Source: William Harms
August 30, 2010
A PhD defense can be nerve-wracking, even for Yuval Levin, conservative author and former Bush administration staffer.
Source: William E. Barnhart, Gene Schlickman
August 9, 2010
Looking back on his intellectual journey in a 1979 speech, U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, AB’41, made the case that his core legal skills stemmed from his training as an undergraduate English student at the University of Chicago.
Source: Sarah Galer
June 28, 2010
With an actor’s sense of emotion and human flaws, Martha Nussbaum develops creative ideas about social justice and the humanities.
Source: Meg Breslin
June 1, 2010
Eighteen years after winning economics Nobel, this year’s Alumni Medalist still pushes frontiers with research, teaching, and a popular blog.
Source: Lisa Pevtzow
March 22, 2010
Divinity School student examines common themes among Jewish and Islamic scholars from medieval period.