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On Borders and Unnatural ‘Natural’ Deaths

On Borders and Unnatural ‘Natural’ Deaths

The City Electric: How Mexico City’s People Shaped Its Electrified Future

The City Electric: How Mexico City’s People Shaped Its Electrified Future

The Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Political Movement Overlooked by 30th Anniversary Celebrations

The Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Political Movement Overlooked by 30th Anniversary Celebrations

On Translating Beckett’s Minimalism

On Translating Beckett’s Minimalism

Ai Weiwei: Displacement and Replacement

Ai Weiwei: Displacement and Replacement

Self-Knowledge as a Tool for Humanities PhDs to Combat Career Bias and Achieve Post-Doctoral Career Fulfillment

Self-Knowledge as a Tool for Humanities PhDs to Combat Career Bias and Achieve Post-Doctoral Career Fulfillment

Ovid’s ‘Ibis’: Out of Exile

Ovid’s ‘Ibis’: Out of Exile

Liquid Borders: Toward a Close Examination of Migratory Issues

Liquid Borders: Toward a Close Examination of Migratory Issues

On George Sanchez

On George Sanchez

One Sweet Dream: ‘Abbey Road’ at Fifty

One Sweet Dream: ‘Abbey Road’ at Fifty

A Literary Anatomy: Student Exhibit Analyzed ‘Frankenstein’ Book by Book

A Literary Anatomy: Student Exhibit Analyzed ‘Frankenstein’ Book by Book

Three Things You Should Know About Islam and Muslims

Three Things You Should Know About Islam and Muslims

The Feuding Physician of Ancient Rome

The Feuding Physician of Ancient Rome

Artists, United: The Radical Origin of a Film Corporation

Artists, United: The Radical Origin of a Film Corporation

200 Years On, ‘The Vampyre’ Still Thrills

200 Years On, ‘The Vampyre’ Still Thrills

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Film Study: Film Exhibition

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Film Study: Film Exhibition

Baby Talk: Listening to the ‘Little Guy’ in Medieval French Literature

Baby Talk: Listening to the ‘Little Guy’ in Medieval French Literature

Tradition and Transformation: Clara Schumann and the Creation of Classical Music

Tradition and Transformation: Clara Schumann and the Creation of Classical Music

Afro-Surrealism: What Black Is and Can Be

Afro-Surrealism: What Black Is and Can Be

Routine Maintenance: Caroline Levine on the Forms That Sustain

Routine Maintenance: Caroline Levine on the Forms That Sustain

Lights, Camera, (Instagram), Action! Immersive Experiences and Digital Space

Lights, Camera, (Instagram), Action! Immersive Experiences and Digital Space

Omitted History

Omitted History

Living With Others

Living With Others

Jonah and the Whale: ‘Mid90s’ Tangents

Jonah and the Whale: ‘Mid90s’ Tangents

Speaker Preview: Marilynne Robinson

Speaker Preview: Marilynne Robinson

Claude Lanzmann’s ‘Shoah’ and Its Archive of Outtakes

Claude Lanzmann’s ‘Shoah’ and Its Archive of Outtakes

Rethinking Monsters

Rethinking Monsters

‘Seeing the Relationship Between Things’: Sir David Adjaye and the Social Ramifications of Architecture

‘Seeing the Relationship Between Things’: Sir David Adjaye and the Social Ramifications of Architecture

Ancient Theater Gets Its Groove Back

Ancient Theater Gets Its Groove Back

A Conversation with Cathy Davidson: On the Digital in the Humanities and Her Journey to Revolutionize Higher Ed

A Conversation with Cathy Davidson: On the Digital in the Humanities and Her Journey to Revolutionize Higher Ed

Antifascist Writers on the Run

Antifascist Writers on the Run

Dancing Between Love and Rage

Dancing Between Love and Rage

Remembering the German ‘Holocaust by Bullets’ in Belarus

Remembering the German ‘Holocaust by Bullets’ in Belarus

Do Microbes Have Politics?

Do Microbes Have Politics?

What Do Latinxs and Asian Americans Have in Common? Look to Their Literature

What Do Latinxs and Asian Americans Have in Common? Look to Their Literature

The Supermarket of Israeli Literature: A Festschrift

The Supermarket of Israeli Literature: A Festschrift

Why Movie History Matters: David Bordwell and Film Studies, Yesterday and Today

Why Movie History Matters: David Bordwell and Film Studies, Yesterday and Today

A New ‘Wrinkle’

A New ‘Wrinkle’

‘How We Listen Shapes How We View the World’: The Radio Drama in Post-WWII Germany

‘How We Listen Shapes How We View the World’: The Radio Drama in Post-WWII Germany

Painting New Pictures

Painting New Pictures

‘And All Our Past Decades Have Seen Revolutions’: The Long Decolonization of Black Panther

‘And All Our Past Decades Have Seen Revolutions’: The Long Decolonization of Black Panther

Katherine Dunham: The Artist as Activist

Katherine Dunham: The Artist as Activist

Talking About Voice and Performance

Talking About Voice and Performance

Keep It Moving: Transience, Debility and the Management of Homelessness

Keep It Moving: Transience, Debility and the Management of Homelessness

Faculty for the Next Generation

Faculty for the Next Generation

Sir David Adjaye to Receive Washington University International Humanities Prize

Sir David Adjaye to Receive Washington University International Humanities Prize

Disobedient Reading: A Long Look Over Black Life

Disobedient Reading: A Long Look Over Black Life

Showing Up for Black Women, Black People and Black Protest: Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis’ ‘Whose Streets’

Showing Up for Black Women, Black People and Black Protest: Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis’ ‘Whose Streets’

‘A Time to Lift One’s Voice’: The East St. Louis Riot in a Migration Perspective

‘A Time to Lift One’s Voice’: The East St. Louis Riot in a Migration Perspective

On “Alternative Academic” Careers in the Humanities

On “Alternative Academic” Careers in the Humanities

Writing a New Kind of Western Music

Writing a New Kind of Western Music

A Seat at the Table: Sara Ahmed and the Politics of Knowledge Production

A Seat at the Table: Sara Ahmed and the Politics of Knowledge Production

The Monster Who Will Not Leave Us

The Monster Who Will Not Leave Us

Technology of Memory: How We Remember and How We Forget

Technology of Memory: How We Remember and How We Forget

No Place Like Home: St. Louis’ Eminent Domain History

No Place Like Home: St. Louis’ Eminent Domain History

Public and Urban Humanities Fellows Join Humanities Center

Public and Urban Humanities Fellows Join Humanities Center

Close Enough? Reasoning Mistakes Great and Small

Close Enough? Reasoning Mistakes Great and Small

Why Academics (Still) Love 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'

Why Academics (Still) Love 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'

An Unknown Architect of the Black Aesthetics Movement

An Unknown Architect of the Black Aesthetics Movement

Washington Park Cemetery: From Hallowed to Hollowed Ground

Washington Park Cemetery: From Hallowed to Hollowed Ground

Revolution in the Reels: Filming Japan’s Interwar Struggle

Revolution in the Reels: Filming Japan’s Interwar Struggle

Reviving James Baldwin and Repeopling the Civil Rights Movement: Raoul Peck’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

Reviving James Baldwin and Repeopling the Civil Rights Movement: Raoul Peck’s ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

The Secret Scribes of Modernist Lives

The Secret Scribes of Modernist Lives

‘A Poetic Processing of New Media Phenomena’: A Look at the 20th-Century German Avant-Gardes

‘A Poetic Processing of New Media Phenomena’: A Look at the 20th-Century German Avant-Gardes

Progress and Pitfalls in Bolivia’s Natural Gas Bonanza

Progress and Pitfalls in Bolivia’s Natural Gas Bonanza

Live from the Pampas! Nationalism and Narrative at the Creole Circus

Live from the Pampas! Nationalism and Narrative at the Creole Circus

Seasons in the City: Tracing the Pace of 19th-Century China

Seasons in the City: Tracing the Pace of 19th-Century China

What Makes a Democrat? Staging Political Transformation in 1950s West German Film

What Makes a Democrat? Staging Political Transformation in 1950s West German Film

Melancholy and the Musician: An Ethnographic Study of Classical Turkish Performers

Melancholy and the Musician: An Ethnographic Study of Classical Turkish Performers

The Cunning of Brahmanism: Invisibility Has Its Privileges

The Cunning of Brahmanism: Invisibility Has Its Privileges

Meet the Nuns of the 17th-Century Spanish New World (Or, Dark Drama in the Nunnery)

Meet the Nuns of the 17th-Century Spanish New World (Or, Dark Drama in the Nunnery)

Organic Origin Story: Tracing the History of “Natural” Eating

Organic Origin Story: Tracing the History of “Natural” Eating

Mexico, Cosmopolitanism and World Literature

Mexico, Cosmopolitanism and World Literature

More than the Monster: Holocaust Perpetrators in Literature and Film

More than the Monster: Holocaust Perpetrators in Literature and Film

Rumormongering and Seditious Talk: “Unofficial Voices” Retell Chinese Cold War History

Rumormongering and Seditious Talk: “Unofficial Voices” Retell Chinese Cold War History

Message Received: Paul Steinbeck on the Art Ensemble of Chicago

Message Received: Paul Steinbeck on the Art Ensemble of Chicago