One hundred years ago, a protest in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg) sparked the Russian Revolution, which toppled a monarchy and eventually ushered in Russia's Soviet era. WashU undergraduate <b>Hilah Kohen</b> reports from Moscow on the observance of the centennial.
One hundred years ago, a protest in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg) sparked the Russian Revolution, which toppled a monarchy and eventually ushered in Russia's Soviet era. WashU undergraduate Hilah Kohen reports from Moscow on the observance of the centennial.
What can you do with a PhD and a passion for literature and literacy? This summer, PhD candidate in comparative literature Ena Selimovic will find out at workshop organized by Humanities Without Walls and the Chicago Humanities Festival.
What can you do with a PhD and a passion for literature and literacy? This summer, PhD candidate in comparative literature Ena Selimovic will find out at workshop organized by Humanities Without Walls and the Chicago Humanities Festival.

In his review of the documentary I Am Not Your Negro, scholar of African-American literature William J. Maxwell reflects on the relevance of civil-rights-era writer James Baldwin in the age of Black Lives Matter.

Is Ryan Gosling Hollywood's new Fred Astaire? <b>Todd Decker,</b> a scholar of music and film, is unconvinced that the <i>La La Land</i> star has earned a spot among the greats of the musical genre.
Is Ryan Gosling Hollywood's new Fred Astaire? Todd Decker, a scholar of music and film, is unconvinced that the La La Land star has earned a spot among the greats of the musical genre.


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