A 1990s Mural At The 18th Street Station Will Be Restored By A Pilsen Artist
May 12, 2021SIFK Faculty and Professor of Art History, Dr. Claudia Brittenham, shares her knowledge of Mesoamerican murals in a WBEZ article.
Helping Hands: Uncovering an Eighteenth-century Midwifery Manual
May 28, 2020Margaret Carlyle writes on an 18th Century midwifery manual for McGill University's Osler Library of the History of Medicine
Famine Is a Choice
May 11, 2020SIFK Postdoctoral Fellow Yan Slobodkin writes for Slate: "One billion people are now food-insecure. But starvation is not an inevitability."
SIFK Fellow Wins Modernist Studies Association Prize for an Edition, Anthology, or Essay Collection
October 22, 2019Postdoctoral Fellow Isaiah Lorado Wilner won the Modernist Studies Association Prize with his book "Indigenous Visions" earlier this month.
‘You,’ ‘Us,’ and ‘Them’: Glass and Procedural Knowledge in Cuneiform Cultures
December 14, 2018Eduardo Escobar's latest piece on glass and procedural knowledge in Cuneiform Cultures
What can we learn about the history of alchemy from a Twitter feed?
April 27, 2018SIFK postdoctoral fellow Eduardo A. Escobar shares his experience teaching the history of alchemy for his spring course titled “Secrecy and Science” (KNOW 27005).
Why Are We Surprised When Buddhists Are Violent?
March 05, 2018
New Members Join SIFK Faculty and External Faculty Group
January 10, 2018
Wu Hung honored for helping create field of contemporary Chinese art history
November 09, 2017Congratulations to Professor Wu Hung for being named the College Art Association's 2018 Distinguished Scholar.
In Stevanovich Institute lecture, Jared Diamond examines evolution of religion
June 05, 2017Pulitzer Prize-winning author discusses research, ‘curious beliefs’ of humans
Uncommon Interview: Hugo Award Nominee Ada Palmer
April 17, 2017
James Evans on Political Echo Chambers and Consumption of Science
April 03, 2017
William Howell shares expertise about third and final presidential debate on Facebook Live
October 18, 2016
Macol Cerda appointed as Executive Director of the Stevanovich Institute
July 21, 2015Macol Stewart Cerda, a leader in fostering collaborative research with broad societal impact, has been named executive director of the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge
New institute explores what knowledge is
April 21, 2015