Lights up on Thomas Christensenʼs Making and Meaning in the American Musical.
Cinema scholar Jacqueline Stewart, AM’93, PhD’99, explores Chicago’s changing filmgoing scene.
Historian Jonathan Levy, AM’03, PhD’08, traces the rise of the modern corporation and the company man.
Classicist Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer and microbiome expert Jack Gilbert question scientific knowledge.
In political scientist Monika Nalepa’s game theory course, students learn how voters play around with political participation.
In a European Civilization course at the Center in Paris, Philippe Desan deciphers layers of meaning.
Neurobiologist Peggy Mason gives almost 55,000 students an online introduction to the brain.
Philosopher Irad Kimhi teaches unhappiness in his own way.
Law students bear down on constitutional interpretation.
Slavic studies professor Malynne Sternstein guides students through the deep game that is Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita.
A Law School course examines First Amendment issues from former prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald’s first-hand perspective.