Jon Catlin


At Spertus talk, taking the next step Foer-ward

Author Jonathan Safran Foer was extremely interesting and incredibly knowledgable in his talk at Chicago's Spertus Center on Sunday.


January 14, 2013

Gun control laws face uncertain trajectory


January 11, 2013

Law prof. makes Supreme case against "originalism"

The current Supreme Court is the most polarized in American history, according to law professor Geoffrey Stone.


December 4, 2012

Israeli prof. speaks to importance of literature for cultural empathy


November 30, 2012

Prof presents history of censorship during wartime

Harvard professor warns of state secrecy


November 20, 2012

Conference discusses AIDS in minorities, prison system’s role

A Columbia University professor partially attributes the AIDS epidemic among minority communities to mass incarceration.


November 20, 2012

At 84, Elie Wiesel reflects on his literary legacy

Elie Wiesel speaks at the Symphony Center about a life of tragedy, triumph, and Goethe.


November 12, 2012

Expert debunks myth of post-war closeted gay life

A former University professor talked about life in New York for gay men after World War II during a talk for Chicago Humanities Festival.


November 6, 2012

Humanities Day 2012: Shakespeare prof gives keynote

As the keynote address for Humanities Day, Richard Strier debunks stereotypes in Shakespeare's plays.


October 23, 2012

Nussbaum urges tolerance

Renowned U of C professor of law and ethics issues an impetus against religious discrimination.


October 12, 2012