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“Foucault, return on admission”

March 29, 2013

Interview with Bernard E. Harcourt

Prof. Tom Ginsburg Teams Up with Undergrad for Groundbreaking Research in Iraq

March 18, 2013

Professor Tom Ginsburg is about to embark on first-of-its-kind research into the effect of 30 years of war and international sanctions on the professors of Iraq. His research partner is an 18-year-old University of Chicago first-year College student majoring in history named Matthew Schweitzer.

Faculty, Library Collaborate on Collegium projects

March 18, 2013

Library contributes expertise, collections, technology, and spaces to support Neubauer Collegium global, humanistic research

Iraq 10 Years On: Ivory Tower Under Siege

March 5, 2013

As sectarian tensions, strong-armed militias and civil war loom, questions of how to put Iraq on a secure footing will dominate the war’s ten-year anniversary. The story of Iraq’s academics — underreported yet central — provides answers.

Neubauer Collegium Selects Inaugural Research Projects

March 4, 2013

In a major milestone, the Neubauer Family Collegium for Culture and Society at the University of Chicago has selected an inaugural cohort of 18 ambitious faculty research projects that tackle these and other complex questions through cross-disciplinary collaboration. 

UChicago professor helps illuminate lost lectures by French philosopher Foucault

February 6, 2013

Recently rediscovered, details of the landmark series of seven lectures at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium have been published in a new book co-edited by Prof. Bernard E. Harcourt.

Landmark initiative reimagines humanistic inquiry

September 25, 2012

Neubauer Collegium, supported by $26.5 million gift, to promote collaboration on big questions.

To Collaborate is Human

September 1, 2012

The Neubauer Family Collegium for Culture and Society will “tackle the biggest questions on their grandest scale.”

Navigating the Minefield

August 6, 2012

The 2003 invasion created a far more dangerous period for Iraqi intellectuals than under Saddam, and fractured Iraq’s political landscape.  

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