Architect and poet Paolo Belardi traces the many conditions and situations that have inspired extraordinary ideas across the arts and sciences.
Paolo Belardi | Jan 26
How Lebanon’s brutal civil war aborted a grand vision of social reform and the expansion of mental health care.
Joelle M. Abi-Rached | Jan 19
A poetic history of descents, both real and fictional.
William Firebrace | Jan 16
Gardens have long been a source for care, comfort, creativity, and connection to others.
Robert Gottlieb | Dec 20, 2022
An excerpt from “Born in Cambridge: 400 Years of Ideas and Innovators.”
Karen Weintraub and Michael Kuchta | Dec 14, 2022
Cognitive psychologist and poet Keith Holyoak explores whether artificial intelligence could ever achieve poetic authenticity.
Keith Holyoak | Dec 7, 2022
The practice of drawing is a simple and accessible means to become more mindful and aware of our inner and outer worlds.
Andrea Kantrowitz | Nov 11, 2022
A story from Adrian Hon’s book “A New History of the Future in 100 Objects”
Adrian Hon | Nov 9, 2022
One of Guibert’s most powerful and unforgettable stories, a tender summoning of his close friend Michel Foucault upon his death.
Hervé Guibert | Translated by Jeffrey Zuckerman | Oct 27, 2022
More than 40 years ago, Lyn Lofland, who died last month, published a book that changed how I think about death and dying.
John Troyer | Oct 24, 2022