Katyn: the long cover-up
Are we finally getting the facts straight about the Soviet massacre?
A review of The Tower and the Abyss: An Inquiry into the Transformation of the Individual by Erich Kahler.
On recent hoaxes exposing academic puffery.
On The Weekly Standard, The Catholic Herald, and Spectator USA.
On the Latin poetry of Fr. Rafael Landívar.
On “Edward Burne-Jones” at Tate Britain.
On the life and letters of Lionel Trilling.
On the renovation of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
On the landmark Supreme Court decision about the college’s charter.
On The Ferryman at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, Network at the Belasco Theatre, and Choir Boy at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
On the legendary art critic, scholar, and museum director, who died in 2018.
On Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s Traviata at the Met Opera, J’Nai Bridges with Mark Markham & Joshua Bell with the New York String Orchestra.
On Blue Heron’s recent performance of English polyphony from the Peterhouse Partbooks.
On art patronage in peril, Robert Ryman, Morgan Library renovations & more.
On Rigoletto at the Met
On the “Overton window” of socially respectable opinion.
On recent stagings of Mies Julie and Eddie and Dave.