September 9, 2020
An unprecedented and intimate tour de force of original reporting on the Trump presidency from Bob Woodward. Rage goes behind the scenes like never before, with stunning new...
September 4, 2020
Susan Choi’s “Flashlight” is the fiction piece in September 7, 2020’s issue of The New Yorker. One thing I will always be grateful to your mother for—she taught you to...
August 28, 2020
A wide-ranging study of the painted panorama’s influence on art, photography, and film This ambitious volume presents a multifaceted account of the legacy of the circular...
August 20, 2020
In literary ‘experiment,’ Jill Richards finds a new voice. In the summer of 2015, Yale scholar Jill Richards took part in a literary experiment with three other academics and...
August 19, 2020
Alan Trachtenberg, the Neil Gray Jr. Professor of English and professor of American studies emeritus, scholar of the cultural history of the 19th and 20th centuries, and one...
Jonathan Kramnick
July 24, 2020
The Humanities After COVID-19 What happens when hiring dies?
Cathy Nicholson
July 24, 2020
Looking at Epic Poetry Through 21st-Century Eyes New translations of the “Aeneid,” “Beowulf,” and other ancient stories challenge some of our modern-day ideas.