Marking the 90th anniversary this month of the first “photograph” of the Loch Ness monster, a CU Boulder scholar muses on what qualifies as truth and fiction, and the overlap of conspiracy theories and myths.
It’s not easy to create a work of literature that truly lasts. In a critically acclaimed new translation of “The Iliad,” CU Boulder classics Professor Laurialan Reitzammer sees the enduring relevance of Homer.
As “Killers of the Flower Moon” shows in theaters, Professor Angelica Lawson explains how Indigenous people and stories are typically represented in film, as well as how this new movie lives up to and falls short of expectations.
Time and the popular imagination have been kind to Don Juan—perhaps too kind. In a newly published paper, CU Boulder’s Emmy Herland explores how the very old story of Don Juan remains relevant through its ghosts.