Announcements

The Crisis of American Democracy

October 15, 2021

How can we safeguard American democracy now and for the future? Join the Graham School and Stanford Continuing Studies for an online event Nov 11
In the Media

https://www.teenvogue.com/story/maroons-caribbean-political-power

October 15, 2021

Maroons in the Caribbean Are Fighting for Political Power (De)colonized is a series on the harms of colonialism, and the fierce resistance to it.
In the Media

New ideas are struggling to emerge from the sea of science

October 15, 2021

A flood of scientific papers may be paradoxically preventing new ideas from advancing — and slowing the progress of science.
In the Media

You Can Buy Spaceflight History Now

October 13, 2021

Jordan Bimm comments on William Shatner, Captain Kirk, first real flight into space
In the Media

SIFK Faculty Tom Ginsburg and Power to the People: Constitutionalism in the Age of Populism

October 08, 2021

Watch Harvard Law You-Tube Video of panel discussion including Tom Ginsburg
Announcements

SIFK Cultures and Knowledge Workshop Series

October 08, 2021

In the Media

Lars Peter Hansen says central banks lack tools fight climate change

October 06, 2021

Nobel Laureate, economist and SIFK Faculty Lars Peter Hansen describes climate-focused stress tests as "a superficial attempt to address a very challenging problem"
Announcements

Haun Saussy in Conversation with Grammy Award Winning Third Coast Director David Skidmore at Chicago Humanities Festival

October 05, 2021

Haun Saussy on Archetypes, a film which captures Third Coast performing the entire album in-studio
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Rochona Majumdar Art Cinema and India’s Forgotten Futures Book Salon

October 04, 2021

Join a 3CT salon Nov 1 to celebrate the publication of SIFK Faculty Rochona Majumdar’s new book, Art Cinema and India’s Forgotten Futures: Film and History in the Postcolony
In the Media

How the Renaissance Challenged the Church and Influenced the Reformation

October 01, 2021

SIFK Faculty Ada Palmer shares how the Humanism movement broadened the palette of ideas people were thinking about during the Renaissance on the History Channel
Announcements

2022-24 Research Theme: Knowledge in Diaspora

October 01, 2021

Announcements

The power and politics of fetal imagery

October 01, 2021

SIFK Faculty Brian Callendar and Former Postdoc Margaret Carlyle explore the history of the image of the fetus and current implications on politics, policy and culture in The Lancet
Announcements

Institute Faculty Arnold Davidson featured in France Chicago Collection

September 28, 2021

France Chicago Collection