This Summer | Black Feminist Futures workshop series: The Return

Beginning Wednesday, June 17, and continuing through August, Honey Pot Performance reprises their Black Feminist Futures workshop series as a community-driven creative laboratory for the continued development of their 2015 work-in-progress, Ma(s)king Her--an Afro-futurist/Afro-feminist coming-of-age tale.  Join us!


Now Available: 2015-16 APL and CSRPC Crossing Boundaries Prize Application

The Arts + Public Life Initiative and CSRPC invite applications for their joint 2015/16 Artist-in-Residence Program and Crossing Boundaries Prize.  Applications open on Mon, May 18.


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CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Theaster Gates expands practice to the city of Gary, IN

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Professor Theaster Gates to collaborate with City of Gary, Ind. on project that will incorporate mini-restaurants with public art in the city's downtown.  Read more in this Washington Post article

Postdoctoral scholar Sarah Gaither’s work discussed in New York Magazine

Provost's Career Enhancement Postdoctoral Scholar, Sarah Gaither, on the psychological benefits of identifying as multiracial

Chicago Tribune article explores work of CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Melissa Gilliam and Patrick Jagoda

The Game Changer Lab, founded by CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Professor Melissa Gilliam and Assistant Pofessor Patrick Jagoda, helps students understand social and health-related topics.  Their work is explored in a recent Chicago Tribune article.  

CSRPC Faculty Affiliate Virginia Parks on shifting membership numbers in Illinois unions

Associate Professor Virginia Parks shares insight on declining membership in Illinois unions.  In an interview on WBEZ's Morning Shift, Parks says labor movement is still an important organizing force. 

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