July/August 2014
The Arts
The Oracle
Aafa_thb.jpg Poet Afaa Michael Weaver ’87 AM has been called a Walt Whitman for the twenty-first century.
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On Screen
Unicorns_thb.jpg Leah Meyerhoff ’01 was on campus to answer questions after a screening of her film I Believe in Unicorns.
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End of the World
Coover_thb.jpg The Brunist Day of Wrath may be the novel that Robert Coover fans have been waiting for. So says our reviewer.
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The Way Out
RaunSamBath_thb.jpg At 18 months, Raun Kaufman ’95 was severly autistic. Twenty years later he graduated from Brown. How could this be?
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Fresh Ink
freshink_thb.jpg New books from alumni, including a look at how culture influences mental illness and photographs of Western landscapes.
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Virtual and Real
Jennifer_Haley_thb.jpg In her new play, The Nether, Jennifer Haley ’05 MFA exposes the morally ambiguous corners of cyberspace.
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Life in Limbo
Shrayer_thb.jpg Maxim Shrayer ’89 writes about what it meant to be a refusenik family in the USSR and the decision to come to America.
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Not a Life Sentence
RaunCups_thb.jpg An interview with author Raun K. Kaufman ’95 on how he overcame autism despite dire predictions about his future.
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