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DECEMBER 2002
Volume 95, Issue 2
 
 
  
 
 

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The Complexity Complex - More and more scientists are studying complex systems. Is a new field of study arising, or is science simply getting more complicated?
 
Three Months Among the Pyramids - When John D. Rockefeller Jr. received an invitation to visit the Oriental Institute’s “dig” in Luxor, Egypt, his youngest son begged to tag along.  
Index to a Canon - From an office in Chicago’s Loop, a group of U of C alumni compiles the world’s largest index of religious journals and book reviews.  
Retrospective - Through Stephen Lewellyn's lens, a bygone U of C campus come to life.  

The Real Life Adventures of Pinnochio - A contemporary archetype, the long-nosed Pinocchio is the stuff of high literary culture—and global popularity. What gives the puppet such staying power? Some very human tensions.

 


 
 
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