The Apu Trilogy Revisited
The Apu Trilogy of films has been newly restored and re-released
Dashiell Hammett’s Birthday
Celebrating the hard-boiled detective writer Dashiell Hammett's birthday.
Understanding Yoko Ono & the History of Anti-Art
Yoko Ono and the Fluxus Anti-Art Movement
Inside Frida Kahlo’s Garden
What was the inspiration behind Friday Kahlo's iconic garden?
The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism
The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism is published by Wiley on behalf of the American Society for Aesthetics, and it was first issued in 1942.
The Super Secret World of Ludlings – You Know, For Kids!
secret language games or ludlings, have been serious business for young people across the ages.
Bearing Witness to the Art of Chris Burden
Artist Chris Burden died last week. Here, we remember his iconic, sculptural monuments and artistic legacy.
Poltergeist Haunts Scholars in 1935
Read an early scholarly essay of reported Poltergeists.
Bill O’Reilly: The Thug Life
The O’Reilly Factor follows a “set of binary codes of the form sacred vs. polluted,” expressed in a number of ways according to sociologist Matthew Norton.
An American in Paris: Onstage and Onscreen
Whatever your thoughts on the Broadway production, An American in Paris is a big deal in the history of movie musicals.