Santiago Legarre



Overcoming Shyness (for the sake of Sarah)

February 15, 2019

Professor Legarre describes the fruits of making connections I have been trying to overcome shyness ever since I can remember….

A Person’s a Person, No Matter How Small

March 2, 2018

The need for protection of the natural right to life

Why Do People Kill Themselves?

September 26, 2017

Suicide in Dostoevsky’s The Possessed

La La … No Marriage Land

March 2, 2017

Oscar winner’s striking ending delivers meaningful message

From Rights to Beauty: The Protection of Unborn Children in Contemporary Cinema

January 31, 2016

Professor Santiago Legarre reflects on the film Juno

Why Read Novels: On “Sinning” Without Sinning

February 26, 2015

A reflection on Tolstoy’s “Anna Karenina” and the vicarious experience of reading fiction.

Wicked Awesome

April 6, 2014

Santiago Legarre discusses a surprise during a trip to New York City.

Pacem in Terris after 50 years: a windy city conference

April 25, 2013

Santiago Legarre, Guest Contributor Harvard professor Mary Ann Glendon was a student at the University of Chicago in 1963 when…

An Argentine perspective on the new pope

April 5, 2013

Santiago Legarre, Faculty Contributor I took my nephews to the Miami Seaquarium on Wednesday, March 13. I never would have…