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Making the World at Home

Making the World at Home

Chloe Wigston Smith— Picture this: a young girl sits next to a fireplace, its dim glow brightened by warm candlelight. Her head is bent, and her eyes study the piece… READ MORE

Poetry Month 2023: Mass for Shut-Ins

Poetry Month 2023: Mass for Shut-Ins

Mass for Shut-Ins is the 117th volume of the Yale Series of Younger Poets, in which Mary-Alice Daniel confronts tricontinental culture shock and her curious placement within many worlds. During… READ MORE

Crypto Culture Care

Crypto Culture Care

Makoto Fujimura— As I write from the desk overlooking my Princeton farm, Bluebirds and Tree Swallows have begun to nest. The peeper frogs have serenaded our evening walks. The spring thaw… READ MORE

Art in Nazi Germany

Art in Nazi Germany

Michael Kater— Much has been made in recent weeks in the international press of German chancellor Angela Merkel ordering pictures by Modernist painter Emil Nolde to be removed from her… READ MORE

The What and the Where of Color

The What and the Where of Color

David Scott Kastan & Stephen Farthing— Our lives are saturated by color. The sky above us is blue (or gray or pink or purple or nearly black). The grass we… READ MORE

The Origin of Empathy

The Origin of Empathy

Susan Lanzoni— Is it possible to empathize with lines in an abstract design, with the expansive reach of a tree, the sweep of a bird’s flight, or the imposing rise… READ MORE

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