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Logistics in the Making of Mobile Worlds

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Rick Lowe

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Pope.L: My Kingdom for a Title

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Engaging with the Spaces We Inhabit

April 20, 2021

A profile of Sabina Shaikh explores her research in the field of environmental economics, including as a member of the multidisciplinary team on the Neubauer Collegium project Becoming Urban, which is looking at how environmental changes affect rural livelihoods, human migration, and urbanization.

The Game of Critique

April 4, 2021

In a review of Patrick Jagoda’s new book, Experimental Games: Critique, Play, and Design in the Age of Gamification, The Los Angeles Review of Books commends the work for its rich exploration of gaming history and theory. The book draws in part on research Jagoda and his colleagues led on the Neubauer Collegium projects Transmedia Story Lab (2016–18) and Gaming Orientation (2016–19).

Dinosaurs in the Sahara

February 15, 2021

A Washington Post feature reports on how the pandemic is complicating research efforts led by UChicago paleontologist Paul Sereno—supported, in part, by the Neubauer Collegium's NigerHeritage project.

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May 7, 2021

Indigenous Politics and the American State

Neubauer Collegium via Zoom

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May 13, 2021

The Formation of Fin de Siècle Vienna

Neubauer Collegium via Zoom

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