January 23, 2019
The Chicago Maroon reviews the Neubauer Collegium's Kleine Welt exhibition, which "implores its visitors to ask themselves what it is about Klee’s particular style that attracts so many authors and publishers."
January 17, 2019
In an essay for Mousse magazine, Neubauer Collegium Curator Dieter Roelstraete reflects on the power a handful of artists exert over the visual imagination of the academic publishing world.
January 8, 2019
December 7, 2018
The celebrated Chilean artist, who showed her Palabrarmas drawings at the Neubauer Collegium's spring 2019 exhibition, has been recognized for her significant contributions to contemporary Latin American art.
December 6, 2018
Ada Palmer, a member of the research team on the Censorship, Information Control, and Information Revolutions from Printing Press to Internet project, explains the goals for her research and why she believes centuries-old copyright laws are still relevant today.
October 30, 2018
“The challenge is to bring out our spectacular collections, but contextualize them in a way that connects the past to the present and the continuity of the Native American experience,” said Neubauer Collegium Visiting Fellow Alaka Wali, curator of North American anthropology at the Field Museum and a collaborator on the Open Fields project.
October 15, 2018
The Chicago Maroon reports on the October 9 Director's Lecture and discusses the main themes of his talk.
October 7, 2018
Cory Doctorow, a member of the research team on the Censorship, Information Control, and Information Revolutions from Printing Press to Internet project, considers the impact of an important European Union vote on copyright issues.
October 5, 2018
This UChicago News article previews the former faculty member’s first return to campus since receiving the Nobel Prize in 2003.
September 26, 2018
This critical essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books considers Objects of War, a new volume on migration and material culture that began as a series of papers presented at workshops for the Neubauer Collegium's People and Things on the Move project.