All arts humanities

drawing of person climbing a ladder

March 27, 2017

17th-century play ponders modern questions of free will, fate

Playwright was Spain’s Shakespeare

Roderick Ferguson

March 21, 2017

UIC race, gender scholar to lead American Studies Association

Author of books on race and queer theory to begin term as president in 2018

MexiRicans in Chicago artwork

March 3, 2017

Mexican-Puerto Rican population in Chicago examined

UIC’s Kim Potowski to explore discuss ethnic identity, role of Spanish features

Mohammed Fairouz; UIC Orchestra concert

March 1, 2017

Panel discussion, concert to focus on Jewish-Muslim issues

Leading young composer to headine

Jess Turner; Wind Ensemble Concert

February 24, 2017

Wind ensemble’s fast-paced concert to present world premieres

“Hit and Run” performance March 2

Rare book donation

February 22, 2017

Professor’s lucky find of 16th-century book becomes UIC’s treasure

Ancient tome includes gossip, intrigue of Renaissance masters

Reginald "Junior" Askew

February 21, 2017

Documentary follows 3 black students coming of age in rural America

What happens when their alternative high school closes?

Christopher Cameron

February 20, 2017

Events to examine the future of African American studies

Roundtable of African American scholars

"The Press, Race, and American Politics" forum

February 8, 2017

Panel to examine media’s role in racial, political discourse

Scholars, journalists to discuss African Americans in the news

Yasen Peyankov

February 7, 2017

CSO presentation of ‘Ivan the Terrible’ to feature UIC faculty

Peyankov and voice faculty join GĂ©rard Depardieu