Jon Catlin


Interdisciplinary Collegium launches with multi-genre performance

The South African artist kicks off the new center for international humanistic research.


October 6, 2013

Harboring the Humanities

We go inside the Humanities Division, the history of the Common Core, the Graduate Aid Initiative, and double majors to understand why the Humanities will always have a strong home at the University of Chicago.


June 4, 2013

Night author advocates a more moral politics

Author and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel spoke to a full house in Rockefeller chapel on Wednesday night.


May 24, 2013

Ebert gives last thumbs up to Malick’s To the Wonder


April 26, 2013

Pro-peace lobbyist talks Israel, Palestine

The founder of J Street says American mediation is necessary for peace.


April 5, 2013

I Was Robbed

Reflections on landing a mugger in prison.


March 12, 2013

From shtetl to stage, Foer adaption illuminates historical void

There is nothing "not so premium" about Next Theatre's staging of Everything is Illuminated


March 1, 2013

Professors on state of political activism

Political theorists, including UChicago professors Bernard Harcourt and John Mearsheimer, discussed social movements in Palestine and the United States at I-House on Tuesday night.


February 22, 2013

Feminist panel weighs selective abortion

The discussion, moderated by law professor Martha Nussbaum, considered the negative social effects of such technologies.


February 8, 2013

Female philosophers find a room of their own

Two female philosophy undergraduates restarted the RSO Undergraduate Women in Philosophy in order to make the field more welcoming to female students.


February 1, 2013