September 30, 2018

"Renovating the House (and Senate...)" by Bonnie Honig

July 20, 2018

Politics/ Letters Live
"Fortuna in Finland" by Bonnie Honig

July 17, 2018

Boston Review: A Political and Literary Forum
"The Trump Doctrine and the Gender Politics of Power" by Bonie Honig

June 27, 2018

The Contemporary Condition blogspot
"Public Things: Democracy in Disrepair" by Bonnie Honig

May 24, 2018

An article in the New York times about Professor Ariella Azoulay's work. Read the article here: "What Does it Mean to Look at This?

March 27, 2018

""Entirely Consensual"? Stormy Daniels' #MeToo Moment"
An article by Bonnie Honig

October 21, 2017

"(Un) Reality TV: Trump, Kelly, and athe Revolving Door of Whiteness
An article by Bonnie Honig.

October 13, 2017

"An Empire unto Himself"
An article by Bonnie Honig in the Boston Review.

September 25, 2017

Who Cares? The "Members Only" President
An article by Bonnie Honig in the Boston Review. 

August 3, 2017

An amazing piece in the New York times about Professor Ariella Azoulay's work. Read the article here: How We Should Respond to Photographs of Suffering

July 2017

Anne Bergeron and Sophia LaCava-Bohanan of the Brown Arts Initiative sat down with Sophie Schwartz ’17 on a sunny summer morning to talk about her senior thesis exhibition that was on view in the Atrium Gallery of the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts. We Do The Rest is Schwartz's interpretation and reclamation of a project conceived by her recently deceased father when he was in graduate school.  
Read the interview here.

February 21, 2017

Professor Bonnie Honig was quoted in the New York Times.
Read the article here: Have We Lost Sight of the Promise of Public Schools?

December 9, 2016

Nina Jacobson Has Her Revenge on Hollywood’s Old-Boy Network. Read The New York Times article here

November 19, 2016

MCM Graduate Student Diana Kasem Profiled by Brown Daily Herald
Diana Kasem, first year graduate student in MCM, has recently been featured in a Brown Daily Herald profile of two scholars displaced by the conflict in Syria. Kasem, who comes to MCM with a bachelor's degree in English literature and a master's in art history, is a filmmaker and artist who recently was a lecturer at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Damascus.  

April 6, 2016

Two Professors win Guggenheim fellowships to advance research interests.