‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 8 Roundtable Review: ‘No One’

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 8 Roundtable Review: ‘No One’

Each week, twins Adam and David Shimer analyze the latest episode of Game of Thrones from the perspective of a non-book reader. This week they discuss “No One,” but first they would like to assign some weekly awards: Tywin Lannister Memorial Award for Best Political Maneuvering: Without even appearing, the High Sparrow continued to control […]

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 7 Roundtable Review: ‘The Broken Man’

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 7 Roundtable Review: ‘The Broken Man’

Each week, twins Adam and David Shimer analyze the latest episode of Game of Thrones from the perspective of a non-book reader. This week they discuss “The Broken Man,” but first they would like to assign some weekly awards: Tywin Lannister Memorial Award for Best Political Maneuvering: Ten year-old Lyanna Mormont dominating her conversation with […]

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 5 Roundtable Review: ‘The Door’

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 5 Roundtable Review: ‘The Door’

Each week, twins Adam and David Shimer analyze the latest episode of Game of Thrones from the perspective of a non-book reader. This week they discuss “The Door,” but first they would like to assign some weekly awards: Tywin Lannister Memorial Award for Best Political Maneuvering: Euron Greyjoy stealing the stage from Balon’s bumbling children. […]

When music creates political change

When music creates political change

On their first US tour, Pakistani artists Ali and Saad Sultan spent two weeks in-residence at Northwestern. Sponsored by the Global Humanities Initiative, Saeed and Sultan were named Jean Gimbel Lane Distinguished artists.