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The New Black Internationalism

October 21, 2021

Faculty Fellow Adom Getachew, who is collaborating on the Pan-Africa and the Contours of Black Citizenship in a Global Context projects, explores the ways the Movement for Black Lives has drawn on the legacy of black internationalism to link anti-imperial forces around the world in a shared political struggle.

For a UChicago Designer, Video Games Illuminate Real World Problems

October 5, 2021

UChicago News profiles Ashlyn Sparrow, assistant director of the Weston Game Lab and a collaborator on the Neubauer Collegium Climate Games research project.

In City-Wide Exhibition, MacArthur Fellows Invoke Art as a Tool for Change

September 13, 2021

Abigail Winograd, a member of the research team on the Neubauer Collegium Black Wall Street Journey project and curator of the multi-venue exhibition Toward Common Cause, was featured in this UChicago News article about the expansive project. Focused on art’s potential for social impact, the exhibition will include an installation at the Neubauer Collegium by Ida Applebroog, opening October 14.

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Thu., October 14 - Sun., January 16, 2022

Ida Applebroog: Monalisa

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