Course work

Spring/17

Cinema scholar Jacqueline Stewart, AM’93, PhD’99, explores Chicago’s changing filmgoing scene.

Summer/16

Historian Jonathan Levy, AM’03, PhD’08, traces the rise of the modern corporation and the company man.

Spring/16

Classicist Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer and microbiome expert Jack Gilbert question scientific knowledge.

Fall/15

In political scientist Monika Nalepa’s game theory course, students learn how voters play around with political participation.

Mar–Apr/15

A popular Theater and Performance Studies course directs students on how to stage terror.

Jan–Feb/15

In a European Civilization course at the Center in Paris, Philippe Desan deciphers layers of meaning.

Sept–Oct/14

Neurobiologist Peggy Mason gives almost 55,000 students an online introduction to the brain.

July–Aug/14

Philosopher Irad Kimhi teaches unhappiness in his own way.

May–June/14

Law students bear down on constitutional interpretation.

Jan–Feb/14

Slavic studies professor Malynne Sternstein guides students through the deep game that is Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita.

July–Aug/13

A Law School course examines First Amendment issues from former prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald’s first-hand perspective.

Mar–Apr/13

Film scholar Tom Gunning explains how editing conventions create the splice of life.