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On Teaching the Anthropocene

May 30, 2017

A Europe Now Q&A with Michael Dango, Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, Benjamin Morgan, and Emily Lynn Osborn, investigators on the Climate Change: Disciplinary Challenges to the Humanities and the Social Sciences research project. 

Exhibition Review: Fantastic Architecture

May 22, 2017

How should we understand Wolf Vostell's "conceptual interventions in urban space"? Art in America critic Kyle MacMillan considers the Neubauer Collegium's recent Fantastic Architecture show. 

Frieze New York Presents Global, Cutting-Edge Art

May 4, 2017

Neubauer Collegium curator Jacob Proctor, who helped select promising artists to showcase at Frieze New York, shares his thoughts on the art fair with the New York Times

Neubauer Collegium Welcomes David Auburn

April 26, 2017

David Auburn, award-winning playwright and Neubauer Collegium Visiting Fellow 2017-2018, recently spoke on the Art of Adaptation. 

Fending Off Math Anxiety

April 24, 2017

Faculty Fellow Sian Beilock (The Body’s Role in Thinking, Performing, and Referencing) speaks to the New York Times on the effects of parents' math anxieties on their children's math learning. 

Huge New Multimedia Installation Heading To Huge Downtown Tower

April 14, 2017

Faculty Fellow Jason Salavan (Critical Computation) will be the first artist exhibiting in a new installation space in downtown Chicago, reports Chicagoist.  

UChicago Charts Future of Ethnographic Research

April 10, 2017

Faculty Fellows Forrest Stuart (The State, Violence, and Social Control in the Contemporary World), Kimberly Hoang (The Economy and its Boundaries), and Kristen Schilt (Gaming Orientation) represent a new generation of sociologists advancing the University’s multidisciplinary tradition. 

Political Echo Chambers and Consumption of Science

April 3, 2017

Faculty Advisory Board member James Evans, Professor of Sociology and Director of Knowledge Lab at the University of Chicago, explains a new study using online book sale data to investigate whether readers of liberal and conservative books also read different science books.

What’s Really Important About the NEA

March 29, 2017

Faculty Fellow Lawrence Rothfield (The Past for Sale) reflects on the importance of the National Endowment for the Arts in this article from the Chicago Reader by Joe Raedle. 


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