Urban American Forward: Equity Solutions in Place
The Urban America Forward: Equity Solutions in Place website is LIVE! Be sure to check out the engaging and informative line up planned for November 19 and 20th at the University of Chicago Harris Public Policy Keller Cente
Faculty Affiliates Kenneth Warren and Eve Ewing talked 1919 race riots and black literature
This year, a century after the events of the “Red Summer” --- so named in reference to the violent nature of the riots that ensued after Williams’ death --- the Newberry Library has launched a series of public programs, together titled “Chicago 1919: Confronting the Race Riots”, to commemorate and examine the long term impact of the riots, read more.
Two Perspectives on Creativity
What does it mean to make art, and how do we interpret it once it exists? An art historian and one of the artists he studies discuss the nature of creation, read more.
Film scholar Jacqueline Stewart’s Oct. 19 address one of 40 on-campus events
Humanities Day keynote to examine how home movies represent cultural history, read more.