Alumnus Dale Hoiberg, AM'74, PhD'93, Heads Editorial Team at Encyclopaedia Britannica
When Dale Hoiberg, AM’74, PhD’93, started at Encyclopaedia Britannica, he thought it would be a one-year hiatus from his doctoral studies. Thirty years later Hoiberg is Britannica’s editor in chief.
Bridging Historical and Economic Schools of Thought
Neubauer Collegium project Working Group on Comparative Economics hopes to use historical and economic tools to investigate the past.
Campus-Wide Festival Explores Chinese Arts and Culture
Since February, “Envisioning China: A Festival of Arts and Culture” has explored the influence of Chinese arts and culture, particularly opera, in knitting together the vast Chinese empire through a range of cultural events on campus spanning from live opera performances to a contemporary video installatio
Haun Saussy Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
University Professor of Comparative Literature Haun Saussy one of 177 scholars nationwide to receive a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation.