“‘Something Good—Negro Kiss’: Solving Its Historical Mystery and How to Account for ‘Lost’ Black
Allyson Nadia Field (Cinema and Media Studies) is quoted in an article about how lost Black film
pioneers are getting the reevaluation they deserve.
A Discussion with University of Chicago Professor Alain Bresson, PhD
Hellenic Hive (Podcast)
Alain Bresson (Classics) examines the significance of coinage and the economy in ancient Greece.
I’m Proud to Be Trans—but For Now Want to Feel Invisible
The Daily Beast
C. Riley Snorton (English Language and Literature) comments on trans identity and being "stealth."
Library of Congress Appoints 44 Experts to National Film Preservation Board
News from the Library of Congress
Jacqueline Stewart (Cinema and Media Studies) is chairing the National Film Preservation Board, while Allyson Nadia Field (Cinema and Media Studies) also is serving on the Board.