Doc’s new calendar brings Singapore and cyberpunks, ’70s disaffection, and Gordon Parks.
UChicago artist in residence James T. Green talks about his work, his life, and what it all means.
A momentous summer concert season for Rockefeller’s carillon—and a summer-long farewell to UChicago’s longtime carillonneur.
A Divinity School event commemorates the 50th anniversary of Selma and explores the state of civil rights today.
Excerpt from A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life by Allyson Hobbs, published by Harvard University Press. Copyright © 2014 by Allyson Hobbs. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
In his Nora and Edward Ryerson Lecture, Law School professor Geoffrey Stone, JD’71, explains why he thinks the Supreme Court will rule in favor of same-sex marriage.
Surviving Charlie Hebdo journalist Zineb El Rhazoui says not everyone can be Charlie.
Retiring professor Michael LaBarbera’s Invertebrate Biology class concludes with a view of an “alien landscape.”
Lawrence Lessig inaugurates the Berlin Family Lectures with a study of institutional corruption.