March/April 2016
The Arts
Self-Directed
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Illustrator Juman Malouf ’97 creates a fantastical world in her first novel, The Trilogy of Two.
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Beyond Space and Time
GeorgeMusser_thb.jpg George Musser ’88 explores nonlocality, a physics mystery that's undercutting our beliefs about the physical world.
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Whats in an Image?
Pieta_thb.jpg David Shields ’78 looks at how New York Times wartime photojournalism lies about the true nature of war.
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The Book Behind the Movie
DanishGirl_thb.jpg There would have been no Academy Award–movie The Danish Girl without the first novel by David Ebershoff ’91.
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Overcome Your Programming
NicKelman_thb.jpg In How to Pass as Human, Nic Kelman ’00 MFA creates androids trying to pass as people.
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Its Always a Fight
SamTrammell_thb.jpg True Blood actor Sam Trammell ’91 turns crack addict in the indie thriller All Mistakes Buried
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Running Down Dinner
FairChase_thb.jpg Journalist Charles Bethea ’05 co-produced the documentary Fair Chase, about the origins of running.
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Fresh Ink
FreshInkcovers.jpg A dystopian first novel, a look at the global politics of climate change, and essays by Marilynne Robinson ’66
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