Before the movie and the song, Ellen Cassedy’s (EX’72) organization 9to5 revolutionized the working lives of American women.
Peter Dreier, AM’73, PhD’77, examines how social movements changed baseball history.
John A. Peoples Jr., AM’51, PhD’61, helped Jackson State endure and thrive after tragedy.
Attorney turned comedian Liz Glazer, JD’04, finds laughter in life’s highs and lows.
Lost in the pandemic.
While the mysterious new disease spread, UChicago Medicine researchers brought long-held expertise to a new common cause: helping COVID-19 patients.
The first School of Social Service Administration dissertation presaged a century of scholarship on social work.
UChicago law professors Tom Ginsburg and Aziz Z. Huq explore populism and other threats to our political system.
Soia Mentschikoff (1915–1984) reformed how the United States does business and led the way for later generations of women in law.
At 100, civil rights leader Timuel D. Black Jr., AM’54, has seen change—and made it happen.
The scientists who made CP-1 possible, and the thinkers tending its ambivalent legacy today.
Retired University of Chicago Press editor T. David Brent, AB’70, AM’71, PhD’77, brought imagination and enthusiasm to scholarly publishing.