Suzanna Murawski


The Art of Soumya Netrabile: Lush, Apolitical, Ambiguous

“I like things a little messy,” Netrabile said. “I tend to step back from making things that are overt political statements or overt statements in general. I like vagueness—I like things to float between different meanings and not be easily definabl…


February 8, 2021


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Timothy Harrison: Coming To(gether) at the Seminary Co-Op

Scholars from across the country come together to discuss assistant professor Timothy Harrison’s first book, "Coming To: Consciousness and Natality in Early Modern England," at a Seminary Co-Op event.


December 27, 2020

Jenny Holzer’s "You Be My Ally" Walks a Core Less Common

Jenny Holzer (EX ’74) negotiates the Core in her latest public art installation, which employs Augmented Reality to render campus buildings as larger-than-life.


November 6, 2020