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Artists explain their creations selected for exhibition at the BC Arts Festival

 

Political Science Professor Peter Skerry reflects on immigration

 

Catherine Russell ’83 is Obama’s ambassador on women’s issues

Giving Diaspora its due

The security of Israel remains precarious. Might the universalist tradition of Judaism be a viable alternative?, asks Professor of Political Science Alan Wolfe, director of the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, in a piece for the Chronicle of Higher Education Review.

The story of 'Pie'

Set in post World War II America, "Pie" depicts the thrill and danger inherent in the American dream of unrestricted liberty. Written by Professor of English Suzanne Matson, the story has been published as part of the Ploughshares Solos series. BC Bookmarks

Tina Packer joins faculty

Celebrated stage director Tina Packer, one of the country’s foremost experts on Shakespeare, joins the University as the 2014-15 Rev. J. Donald Monan, S.J., Professor in Theatre Arts. BC News Release | Broadway World

Republic of Letters

Recent books by Arts & Sciences faculty members

More Features

Examining the ISIS flag

Calderwood University Professor of Islamic and Asian Art Jonathan Bloom discusses the origins of the black flag with white Arabic writing flown by ISIS. PRI's The World

Looking to Lincoln

Those seeking to rebrand the GOP should look to its history, writes Professor of History Heather Cox Richardson, author of the forthcoming book To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican Party. New York Times

Research Highlight

Thomas Chiles

Thomas Chiles, the Michael E. and Dr. Salvatore A. DeLuca Professor of Biology, has been named vice provost for research and academic planning. BC Chronicle