Arts & Culture

A television displaying Disney+ shows. A glut of streaming services means that consumers will watch more content with more diverse voices, but probably won’t save any money, according to Tasha Oren, associate professor of media and technology at Tufts University.
December 12, 2019 Large Image
Consumers will watch more content with more diverse voices, but probably won’t save any money by eschewing cable, according to a Tufts media professor

With the frenzy around the recent launch of Disney+, it’s clear that streaming services have forever altered the media landscape. They’ve changed...

A Tufts alum climbs the ridgeline on the Aiguille de l'M above Chamonix. Eliza Earle, A12, travels the globe photographing extreme sports and outdoor athletes.
December 6, 2019 Large Image
The Tufts alum travels the globe photographing extreme sports and outdoor athletes

Congenial and down-to-earth, Eliza Earle, A12, is very easy to talk to—if you can manage to track her down. When I reached her in late January,...

Professor Gregory Crane poses with books for a portrait. Crane, professor of classical studies and computer science at Tufts University, recently won a large grant to further his work of digitizing ancient literature with the Perseus Digital Library.
December 4, 2019 Large Image
Gregory Crane, professor of classical studies and computer science at Tufts, recently won a large grant to further his work digitizing ancient literature in multiple languages

Tucked away in the basement of Eaton Hall at Tufts University is the office for the Perseus Digital Library. As its name suggests, it’s an online...

An open book in front of a fireplace. The Tufts community offers suggestions for books new and old.
December 3, 2019 Large Image
The Tufts community offers suggestions for fiction and nonfiction to keep you reading in the dark days ahead

As we have in years past, we asked Tufts faculty, staff, and alumni for their suggestions for good books to help us make it through the dark...

A woman gesturing as she is talking. A Tufts professor of rhetoric in international literary and cultural studies explains what anime is.
November 18, 2019 Video
The Japanese style of animation is distinguished by jerky motions and big eyes—and complex, sometimes ill-fated characters

Susan Napier is the author of Miyazakiworld: A Life in Art,...

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