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March/April 2001

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March/April 2001

The Playwright

Miller inspires his collaborators with his approach to the creative process.

By James Houghton

Volume 22, Issue 2

Arthur Miller.

© Inge Morath/Magnum

  • Features

    The Poet

    The ordinary is lifted to the level of metaphor in Miller's work.

    By Christopher Bigsby

    What’s on Stage?

    A Roundup of NEH-supported Projects on Playwrights

    By Rachel Galvin

    An Eye for the Modern

    Artist, publisher, sponsor, and critis, Alfred Stieglitz played a vital role in promoting innovative art.

    By Bob Bolin

    A Struggle for Identity

    A new traveling exhibition examines how deaf people define themselves, communicate, and use technology.

    By Paulette W. Campbell
  • Departments

    Conversation

    A Conversation with Arthur Miller

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright talks about morality and the public role of the artist with Chairman William R. Ferris.

    In Focus

    An Administrator at Heart: Charles Bickford

    New Hampshire's Charles Bickford retires from a career of cutivating ideas.

    By Amy Lifson