Megan Macklin, fourth-year Comparative Literature PhD student, talks to students in the program's youth-initiated mentoring initiative
graduate students

What's In a Game?

Graduate students explore games for scholarly interest and social impact
Breahna Wilson, AM’13, found a career path in wealth management
humanities at work

Words for Numbers

Four Humanities alumni explain how they forged careers in finance.
Uruguayan Joaquín Torres-García was one of the first abstract artists in Latin America and is a focus of Sulivan's research. Torres-García created Mondrian-like grids filled with symbols inspired by ancient art, as in this piece: Composition (1931). (C) The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by Scala/Art Resource, NY, (C) Copyright Sucesion Joaquin Torres-Garcia, Montevideo 2015.

Two Perspectives on Modernism

An art historian and a literature scholar discuss modernism in their disciplines.
Augusta Read Thomas, University Professor in the Department of Music


Friendship leads to new venture in composition.