May 12, 2020
In an article in Public Books, Visiting Fellow Jo Guldi (a member of the Textual Optics research team) examined how data-mining can uncover new insights about eviction, the ways it reinforces structures of poverty, and Britain’s history of debating property rights.
April 15, 2020
Paul Staniland, a Faculty Fellow on The State, Violence, and Social Control in the Contemporary World project, considers how COVID-19 will likely entrench the status quo in Kashmir, as state actors and mass publics focus on getting through the pandemic.
Apsáalooke Women and Warriors Is Field Museum’s First Major Show Curated by a Native American Scholar
March 13, 2020
The Chicago Tribune reviews the new exhibition, jointly organized by the Field Museum and the Neubauer Collegium and curated by Visiting Fellow Nina Sanders.
February 27, 2020
University of Chicago Law School professor Alison LaCroix was quoted in a New York Times Magazine cover story discussing her research with the Historical Semantics and Legal Interpretation project, sponsored by the Neubauer Collegium. The project built and analyzed robust data sets to deepen our understanding of the meaning of the words “bear arms” at the time the Second Amendment was written. The project has practical implications for debates about gun rights and originalist interpretations of the US Constitution.
Neubauer Collegium announces 13 new research projects Center has supported 100 humanistic research collaborations since its 2012 launch.
February 17, 2020
Center has supported 100 humanistic research collaborations since its 2012 launch.
February 9, 2020
Adom Getachew, a member of the research team for the Countours of Black Citizenship research project at the Neubauer Collegium, reflects on the legacy of African decolonization in a special section of the Sunday New York Times.
January 6, 2020
Artist and furniture-maker John Preus, whose replicas of philosopher huts were featured in the Neubauer Collegium’s HUTOPIA exhibit, is unveiling a new conceptual art project for the Keller Center at the University of Chicago. The installation features sculptures fashioned from items reclaimed from shuttered Chicago Public Schools.
December 6, 2019
Dagmar Schäfer, a contributor to the Neubauer Collegium's 2014-16 research project Knowing and Doing: Text and Labor in Asian Handwork, will be awarded the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize in 2020. The most prestigious research prize in Germany, it is awarded by the German Research Foundation to “exceptional scientists and academics for their outstanding achievements in the field of research.”
December 3, 2019
On the occasion of a major retrospective, the New York Times considers the power of the artist’s creative work.
November 19, 2019
Cecilia Vicuña, whose PALABRARmas exhibition was featured at the Neubauer Collegium in 2018, has been shortlisted for the 2020 Hugo Boss Prize. The biennial award recognizes outstanding achievements in contemporary art and provides winners with an opportunity to exhibit their work at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.