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UChicago History 4h
We are looking forward to tomorrow's panel on the UNESCO 1949 Exhibition featuring faculty members Jane Dailey, Jim Sparrow, Tara Zahra, Emily Osborn, Johanna Ransmeier, and Mark Bradley. It begins at 1 PM in the Regenstein Library. Hope to see you there!
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 15
Join and 's and John Mearsheimer for a discussion of Prof Carson's new book, Secret Wars. on Tuesday, January 29. More info at
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 14
- 's Kathleen Belew traces the history of white supremacy from Vietnam through the Oklahoma City bombing on the latest episode of 's Big Brains podcast. Listen at
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 13
Graduate students in the - Apply by January 15 for 7 new graduate student fellowships . More info at ….
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 13
- 's Bruce Cumings discusses misconceptions and misinformation on North Korea, via
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 13
- 's Charles Lipson analyzes the discourse around the U.S. border wall, via
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 12
., led by 's Michael Greenstone, highlights 10 charts that tell the story of energy in 2018, via
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 11
.'s Kathleen Belew traces the history of white supremacy from Vietnam through the Oklahoma City bombing on the latest episode of 's Big Brains podcast. Listen at
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 11
.'s Bruce Cumings discusses misconceptions and misinformation on North Korea, via
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UChicago CISSR Jan 10
Have you seen this week's edition of the CISSR Digest? Read about the work of Donald Bogue, find out about events on campus and in Chicago, and learn about a variety of funding opportunities here:
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UChicago CIR Jan 9
CIR students! Check out our winter quarter programming calendar here -
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 9
. students finalizing your winter quarter - Discuss evidence for sharp capacity limits in an individual’s ability to actively monitor and maintain information in an "online" mental state with Psychology's Ed Awh and Ed Vogel in PSYC23820 NSCI 21600
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 9
.'s Charles Lipson analyzes the discourse around the U.S. border wall, via
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UChicago Library Jan 9
Apply now for 7 new graduate student fellowships . Interested graduate students are encouraged to apply by January 15. . (Photo by John Zich)
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 9
. students majoring in - Thinking about your summer plans? Don't miss today's professional development event at 5:30 PM in Beecher 101 to learn more about finding the right internship. Learn more at
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 9
. students finalizing your winter quarter - explore contemporary approaches to K-12 teaching and learning in CHDV 27822 with Alexander Seeskin.
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 8
. students! Still finalizing your winter quarter? Discuss constitutional doctrines and political roles of the U.S. Supreme Court with 's Gerald Rosenberg in LLSO 23900 PLSC 28800.
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UChicago History Jan 7
Happy first day of Winter Quarter! While you sort out your schedules, remember to check out all of the great courses available through the History Department:
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 8
. students! Still finalizing your winter quarter? Explore the issues, actions, and arguments that comprise black politics today with 's Cathy Cohen in PLSC22150 CRES 22150.
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UChi Social Sciences Jan 7
. students! Still finalizing your winter quarter? Explore a critical overview of political, economic, social, and cultural developments with 's Tara Zahra in HIST 23306 HIST 33306.
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