Law, Policy & Society

Spring/Summer 2016

A journey from international relations to the shared economy.

Spring/Summer 2016

“An insanely ambitious effort” to study land use and climate change.

Spring/Summer 2016

The clothing and material culture of the Civil War era offer a history student new insights into gender and race.

Spring/Summer 2016

A new center brings together educational researchers and practitioners.

Spring/Summer 2016

Political science meets neuroscience to discover the appeal of terrorist recruitment videos.

04.11.2016

At the Law School, Obama laid out Merrick Garland’s qualifications.

03.15.2016

Logan Center panel asks: Who is classical music for?

02.23.2016

Ethan Michaeli, AB’89, author of The Defender, explains how he came to be working there.
Winter/16

Incubated in a Data Science for Social Good Fellowship, the Legislative Influence Detector aims to increase government transparency. 

Winter/16

Grad student Matthew Barber takes a hiatus from his studies to help a people under threat from the Islamic State.

Winter/16

Fourty-six years after the passage of the Clean Air Act, the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago examines the consequences of coal plants on our health and our planet.

Winter/16

Studying anthropology prepared Ian Urbina, AM’97, for a headline career in investigative journalism.