The University of Chicago Magazine

July–Aug/11

A 90-year project illuminates an ancient culture.

July–Aug/11

A Pritzker School of Medicine course teaches observation skills through the study of art.

July–Aug/11

For the late Mexican history scholar Friedrich Katz, research “was a type of pursuit.”

Sept–Aug/11

Readers sound off on climate change, breast-feeding, and last issue's letters about immigration.

July–Aug/11

A 90-year project chronicling the ancient Akkadian language culminates in the 21st volume of the Chicago Assyrian Dictionary.

July–Aug/11

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July–Aug/11

Both in person and via Twitter, UChicago alumni connected during Alumni Weekend.

July–Aug/11

With Caffe Florian closed, the Magazine provides a guide to current dining on 57th Street.

July–Aug/11

At a time when science was a man’s field, physicist and chemist Conwell conducted research that won her a 2010 National Medal of Science.

July–Aug/11

The art of Soviet-era children’s literature shifted from experimental and avant-garde to a realistic, government-mandated style under Stalin.

Sept–Oct/11

The University makes some departures rooted in its enduring values.

Sept–Oct/11

Before her daughter arrived, a baby photo from the orphanage was the only thing the author had.