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Jason Salavon Generates Art with Algorithms

June 20, 2019

The Houston Chronicle reviews Little Infinities, an exhibition of recent works by Jason Salavon, who conducted research for his artistic practice as a Faculty Fellow on the Critical Computation project.

From a Cabin in the Woods

June 3, 2019

In this thoughtful review of the Neubauer Collegium's HUTOPIA exhibition, art critic Lori Waxman considers the "shelters of thought" that architectural retreats can provide.

Chicago Kid Makes Good

May 21, 2019

Wall Street Journal theater critic Terry Teachout reviews Visiting Fellow David Auburn's adaptation of Augie March at Court Theatre and finds it "totally and triumphantly successful."

A New Adventure for ‘Augie March’: A Chicago Stage

May 8, 2019

The New York Times explores Neubauer Collegium Visiting Fellow David Auburn's adaptation of Saul Bellow's The Adventures of Augie March, premiering at Court Theatre on May 18.

Telling the Apsáalooke Story

May 3, 2019

Visiting Fellow Nina Sanders discusses her work curating a collaborative exhibition, opening next spring, that will showcase Crow history and culture at the Neubauer Collegium and the Field Museum.

Big Ideas, Tiny Houses

April 30, 2019

In this video, Neubauer Collegium Curator Dieter Roelstraete and artist John Preus discuss the themes that animate the Neubauer Collegium's HUTOPIA exhibition.

An Archaeological Riddle in the Sahara

April 23, 2019

Paul Sereno, a member of the research team on the Neubauer Collegium NigerHeritage project, joins the University of Chicago’s Big Brains podcast to discuss his approach to “adventure with a purpose.”

In Conversation: David Auburn and Charles Newell

April 19, 2019

The award-winning playright (a Neubauer Collegium Visiting Fellow) and the Court Theatre Artistic Director discuss the process of adapting Saul Bellow's Augie March for the stage.

New Exhibition Spotlights Ancient Magical Images

April 17, 2019

Tracés temporels et manuscrits magiques, opening May 11 at the Atelier de Mélusine in La Trimouille, France, will draw on insights from the Transmission of Magical Knowledge project at the Neubauer Collegium.

Why Trump’s Decision to Intervene in Campus Speech Policies Is So Dangerous

March 28, 2019

In a Washington Post op-ed, Ada Palmer (a member of the Censorship, Information Control, and Information Revolutions from Printing Press to Internet research team) brings historical context to a call opposing President Trump’s executive order to make federal research funding contingent upon universities’ free speech policies.


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