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Logistics in the Making of Mobile Worlds

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Rick Lowe


Apsáalooke Women and Warriors

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How Alternate Reality Games Are Changing the Real World

December 10, 2020

On the latest episode of the UChicago Big Brains podcast, Neubauer Collegium Faculty Fellows Kristen Schilt and Patrick Jagoda discuss their pathbreaking research on alternate reality gaming, conducted in part through our Gaming Orientation project.

“Worldmaking After Empire” Listed Among Year’s Best Titles

December 4, 2020

Neubauer Collegium Faculty Fellow Adom Getachew's first book, Worldmaking After Empire, described as "a sweeping account of the post-1945 decolonization movement," has been named one of the best books of the year by Foreign Affairs magazine.

You Know You Want to Look

October 15, 2020

Why are we simultaneously attracted to and repelled by horrific images? In this Chicago Tribune profile, Coltan Scrivner, a member of the research team on our Understanding the Meaning-Making of Violence project, explains the methods he is developing to measure and interpret people's responses to intensely unpleasant sights. “Morbid curiosity means there are two emotion systems going within you," he says. "One is information gathering, one is revulsion, but which one will win out?”

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