Arts & Humanities



September 23, 2020

Titan

A graphic novel by François Vigneault ’13 imagines a future beset with new forms of oppression on the moons of Saturn.

By Josh Cox ’18

September 15, 2020

MAITA’s New Album Rocks the Critics

In her debut album Best Wishes, Maria Maita-Keppeler ’14 is intimate but never fragile.


July 20, 2020

Close Encounters of the Literary Kind

Professor Jiang wins ACLS fellowship to study modern Chinese literature.


July 4, 2020

Miniature in Ivory

An American Studies seminar will explore Jews and race in the early Atlantic world.


June 23, 2020

Messiaen’s Warbles and Woolf’s Waves

Comp-lit major wins prestigious Class of ’21 Award for thesis on “reading for gesture.”

May 4, 2020

Art Fills the Void

Students use 3D-scanning technology to mount senior thesis show.

April 29, 2020

Theatre Students Defy Covid-19

For spring production, students will perform the most notorious radio play of all time.

April 15, 2020

Six Outstanding Professors Earn Tenure

Teacher-scholars represent wide range of disciplines and expertise.

April 9, 2020

Music Prof Wins Award For Opera Based on WWI

Project gives voice to women affected by the Great War.

March 9, 2020

In the Soil of Cyprus, Clues to an Empire

Reed students dig for artifacts that could shed light on the world of Alexander the Great.

March 9, 2020

Teaming Up With June, July, and August

Reed helps students take advantage of a valuable resource—summertime.

March 3, 2020

Never Just Words

Prof. Samiya Bashir opens up about poetry, politics, and writer’s block.

March 2, 2020

Going Stoic

Can an ancient philosophy help you cope with your life right now?

February 19, 2020

Collecting the Untold Stories

Reed professor wins grant to compile the outstanding stories of Charles Chesnutt.