May 7, 2022: In “The Candy House” Jennifer Egan takes on tech
Jan. 8, 2022: After 50 years, the Residents are still on the Road
Aug. 28, 2021: Judy Chicago: Fireworks and Feminism
May 15, 2021: The Character Arc of Justice: for Stacey Abrams, the business of politics and the craft of storytelling overlap
April 17, 2021: Contemporary Art: Beyond the frame
March 29, 2021: Representation on screen: Indigenous film-makers are gaining prominence
Oct 24, 2020: Ayad Akhtar is a bard of American discontent
April 24, 2019: The rock and a hard place: Art is helping prisoners adapt to life outside
Jan. 26, 2019: The Recovery from Wounded Knee: the heart of Native American culture is beating strongly, says David Treuer
Nov. 24, 2018: How the West was drawn: Mapping the making of America
June 21, 2018: Swamp creatures: Lauren Groff’s short stories pulse with hidden malevolence
April 13, 2015: The Unwavering Günter Grass: Alix Christie remembers Germany’s troublemaker.
April 12, 2014: Carving into Colour: the astounding works of a master’s final years.
Oct. 3, 2013: See Naples and die: The Story of a New Name. By Elena Ferrante.
July 13, 2013: Christa Wolf: a reassessment of East Germany’s most famous writer.
Oct. 22, 2009: Angelika’s Dacha
Feb. 26, 2006: Guarding the Truth: For Margarethe Barthel, the time at Ravensbrück was “the most wonderful time.”
Dec. 16, 2004: A Shift in the Landscape: Germany and the memory of the Holocaust