Observing Whiteness: A Pop-Up Exhibit by Liliana Angulo Cortés

Liliana Angulo presents a mixed media exhibit that reflects on the constructions of race and the privilege of representation in the urban space and in the subjective realm.


Decades of South Side Home Movies Released in Digital Archive

 Under the South Side Home Movie Project, over 200 home movies, spanning more than half a century of South Side visual history, will be available to view online beginning May 1, 2018.


Welcoming Puerto Rican Scholars

Join us in welcoming Puerto Rican students to campus under the Hurricane Maria and Irma Initiative. We hope the students can acclimate and enjoy the best of the university during their time here.


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Apr 30 | Kathleen Belew Shows that ‘Lone Wolf’ Terrorists Are Really Part of a Pack

In an interview with NPR, Kathleen discusses the importance of connecting events like Charlottesville to longer histories of American wars and white power. 

Apr 27 | Forrest Stuart wins Laing Prize for his book Down, Out & Under Arrest

The University of Chicago Press has awarded the Gordon J. Laing Prize to Asst. Prof. Forrest Stuart for Down, Out & Under Arrest: Policing and Everyday Life in Skid Row, the UChicago sociologist’s close-up look at the relationship between police and the poor living in Los Angeles’ Skid Row.

Apr 18 | Faculty Affiliates Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Congratulations to Cathy J. Cohen, Jacqueline Stewart, and Lauren Berlant!

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