"Faculty Bookshelf: January - July, 2018"
Division of the Humanities News
For #NationalBookLoversDay on August 9, check out the latest publications by faculty in the Division of the Humanities.
"Martha Nussbaum Explores How Fear Helped Fuel a political crisis"
Martha Nussbaum (Philosophy) explores the roots, structure, and political ramifications of fear in new book.
"Neubauer Family Assistant Professorships"
Edgar Garcia (English Language and Literature) talks about his research and expanded opportunities through the Neubauer Family Assistant Professorship.
"Stony Island Arts Bank Remembers Historic Johnson Publishing Company"
Stony Island Arts Bank and Theaster Gates (Visual Arts) celebrate the Johnson Publishing Company, publishers of Ebony and Jet magazines, in new exhibition.
"Are Women Sharp Enough?"
Review of Tough Enough by Deborah Nelson (English Language and Literature) examines "sharp" women writers.
"More Than a Body: Ivan Albright at the Art Institute of Chicago"
LA Review of Books
PhD student Emilio Comay del Junco (Philosophy) reviews the work of artist Ivan Albright.
"The Intriguing History of the Black Madonna"
Theaster Gates (Visual Arts) explores the concept of the Black Madonna and the “lived experience of those who worship her” in his latest exhibition.
"Our Summer of Fear: A Conversation with Martha Nussbaum"
Q&A with Martha Nussbaum (Philosophy) on the subject of fear and America in 2018.