Lectures and workshops

Former Chicago city clerk James Laski

Former Chicago city clerk James Laski speaks on “Corruption in Chicago.”

October 24

“Corruption in Chicago” 
James Laski, former Chicago city clerk and alderman. Part of the “Future of Chicago” lecture series. Noon-12:50 p.m. LC C3. 312-413-3780

“Crisis: Oil and Water”
Lecture by Toby Jones, associate professor of history, Rutgers University, and panel discussion. Sponsored by the Institute for the Humanities. 3-7 p.m. Lower level, SH

“Grants! Grants! Grants! How to Fund Your Research on Race/Ethnicity at UIC”
Sponsored by the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy. 1-3 p.m. 330 CUPPA Hall. ddearm2@uic.edu

“Zona Abierta: We Overcame Torture”
Conversation with Italia Mendez of the Campaign Against Political Repression and Sexual Torture. 3-4:30 p.m. Latino Cultural Center, LC B2. Part of National Hispanic Heritage Month. 312-996-3095

 

October 25

“Introduction to Focus Groups”
Survey Research Laboratory workshop. Noon-1 p.m. 136 Nursing

 

October 25-26

“In Sight/On View: The Museum as Site of Inquiry”
Symposium sponsored by the Art History Graduate Student Association, museum and exhibition studies program, College of Architecture and the Arts and Sokol Fund for Art of the Americas

 

October 26

“Reform of Cook County Government” 
Larry Suffredin, Cook County Board commissioner. Part of the “Future of Chicago” lecture series. Noon-12:50 p.m. LC C3. 312-413-3780

Contact


312-996-0662
christyb@uic.edu

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