Yoo and his students are working on a virtual reality game to teach the Korean language. Image credit: Image (c) Vrillar

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alumnus profile

(Micro)history in the making


Theodore Jun Yoo, AM’97, PhD’02, looks at Korea up close and personal.
A stereograph card from the early twentieth century shows twin images of a George Washington statue in the United States Capitol.

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Two perspectives on a divided America


Clifford Ando and Chris Kennedy discuss problems of communication, identity, and trust.
Chandani Patel, PhD'15, and Brady Smith, AM'09, PhD'15, with their daughter, Aashna

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Side by side


How a couple approached their dual careers after earning PhDs at UChicago, and what they learned along the way

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Q Station, a historical quarantine site in Sydney, Australia

Into quarantine


Two alumni tackle the history and architecture of locked-down spaces.
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Anne Walters Robertson, Dean of the Division of the Humanities Image credit: Photography by John Zich

From the Dean


During the COVID-19 pandemic, the virtual Humanities Day in the fall of 2020 serves as a prototype of how to conduct an online signature event.
graduate students
Graves visited this shrine in the Indian state of Gujarat in 2016.

Diaspora and descent


Jazmin Graves, AM’15, studies the religious songs of Afrodescendants in India.
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Akira Kurosawa's "The Idiot" (1951) was one of the works Olga Solovieva examined in her study of Russian influences on the Japanese filmmaker.

Outside the boxes


Junior faculty in Comparative Literature cross borders, stand at the vanguard.