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Monument Lab memorializes sculptor Terry Adkins.[...]
Q&A: Marie Gottschalk on America’s sky-high incarceration rate.[...]
English Professor Suvir Kaul on Kashmir’s rich poetry and tragic politics.[...]
Penn Medicine’s Frances E. Jensen is a leader in studying how the brain develops and what that means for learning, behavior, and the treatment of disease at different ages. For her book on the teenage brain, she drew on the latest neuroscience findings—and the experiment going on in her own home.[...]
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.[...]