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Alaka Wali on “Beyond Bollywood”

August 16, 2017

The new "Beyond Bollywood" exhibition at the Field Museum is "the first exhibit of its kind to really concentrate on Indo-Americans, as opposed to Indians in America," Visiting Fellow Alaka Wali tells the Chicago Tribune.

Paul Staniland on Political Violence in Charlottesville

August 16, 2017

In a Q&A with Vox, Political Science Professor Paul Staniland (Faculty Fellow, The State, Violence, and Social Control in the Contemporary World) warns of dangerous escalations in response to President Trump's statements on recent events in Charlottesville.

Heritage in Peril

August 14, 2017

In this Q&A and podcast with The University of Chicago Magazine, the research team on the Neubauer Collegium Past for Sale project discuss how the looting of antiquities puts our cultural heritage in peril—and what to do about it.

Anna Tsouhlarakis on the Solar Eclipse

August 9, 2017

With "Edges of Her," a new piece on display at the Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, artist Anna Tsouhlarakis prompts viewers to question their assumptions about the upcoming solar eclipse. 

Whitney Cox on Chola History

July 30, 2017

In this Q&A with the Times of India, Associate Professor Whitney Cox (South Asian Languages and Civilizations ), a Faculty Fellow on our Imperial Interstices research project, shares his insights on social, economic, and political relations in the Chola kingdom during the reign of Kulottunga Chola (1070-1120 AD).

Paul Staniland on Pakistan’s Democratic Crisis

July 28, 2017

Political Science Professor Paul Staniland, a Faculty Fellow on our State, Violence, and Social Control in the Contemporary World project, talks to the New York Times about the Pakistan Supreme Court's role in ousting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Arthur Solway on Mark Strand’s Collages

June 28, 2017

In an essay for Poetry magazine, the noted gallerist describes his relationship with Mark Strand and the poet's distinct approach to the art of collage. 

Terry Clark on Chicago’s “Scenes”

June 10, 2017

Sociology Professor Terry Clark, principal investigator on the Neubauer Collegium research project ArtScenes, takes a granular look at Chicago's creative economy in a Chicago Sun-Times op-ed.

On Teaching the Anthropocene

May 30, 2017

A Europe Now Q&A with Michael Dango, Fredrik Albritton Jonsson, Benjamin Morgan, and Emily Lynn Osborn, investigators on the Climate Change: Disciplinary Challenges to the Humanities and the Social Sciences research project. 

Exhibition Review: Fantastic Architecture

May 22, 2017

How should we understand Wolf Vostell's "conceptual interventions in urban space"? Art in America critic Kyle MacMillan considers the Neubauer Collegium's recent Fantastic Architecture show. 


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