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Terrible suffering, strikingly dissimilar. A Tale of Two Plantations.[...]
Jonathan Moreno on “J.L.,” his psychodrama-founding father.[...]
An emeritus professor of sociology recalls his political and intellectual evolution.[...]
Even in the era of Big Science, some of the greatest discoveries start with someone—Penn physics professor and Nobel contender Charles Kane, for instance—just sitting in a room and thinking.[...]
Q&A with Iraq expert Brendan O’Leary.[...]
Bioengineering professor Danielle Bassett wins “genius” grant.[...]
Deirdre Murphy GFA’00’s panoramic Sky Paintings.[...]
The Penn alumna and English professor—survivor of two rapes while an undergraduate—has become a lauded scholar and teacher and a leading activist in the effort to end violence against women and girls. [...]
There’s a rich music in the poetry of Gregory Djanikian C’71, along with hard-won wisdom, a generous spirit, and a “clarity that does not negate complication.” [...]
Strong Penn presence at Whitney Biennial.[...]
Turning on the lights. How Paris Became Paris [...]
Victor Mair on forgetting how to write in Chinese.[...]
CHOP and Penn doctors receive prestigious John Scott Award.[...]