In this episode of Curriculum Vitae, Peter W. Wood and Johnathan Leaf discuss how art transformed from a pursuit of excellence into a political spectical.
NAS member Michelle Marder Kamhi responds to the Fine Arts: Brief.
Peter Wood reviews an exhibit of art at John Jay College by Guantanamo prisoners.
Peter Wood reviews Ruben Östlund's new movie on modern art.
NAS President Peter Wood's review of Thomas Klingenstein's new play "If Only…A Love Story."
Lionel Shriver spoke out in favor of free speech for writers—and got censored.
NAS Director of Communications David Randall discusses the proper role of comic books in a liberal education.
Daniel Asia gives advice to future arts and humanities scholars.
Will the fine arts ever feel like native inhabitants of the university, or will they always be little guests?
Despite the fact that many art donors forbid the sale of their art, some university officials believe that flailing institutions can only stay afloat if they sell their collections.
Is art worth dying for? The Monuments Men considers the value of good art and its purpose in preserving a cultural heritage.
The National Association of Scholars (NAS) is sometimes confused with the hip hop artist and actor, Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones, widely known as Nas. The mistake is understandable. Here’s how to tell the difference.