David Schloen and Virginia Herrmann, PhD’11 , Co-Curate Oriental Institute Exhibit on Death in the Ancient Middle East
A new exhibit at the Oriental Institute curated by two Division of the Humanities scholars explores how the living cared for the dead in ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, and the Levant.
Queen of Spain Honors Frederick de Armas and Julio Velez-Sainz, PhD’01
Frederick de Armas and Julio Velez-Sainz, PhD’01, received a rare invitation to present their research to the Queen of Spain.
UChicago Celebrates Opening of Center in Delhi
Several hundred members of the University community and distinguished guests gathered for a three-day opening celebration of the new Center in Delhi, marking the occasion with academic panels, a gala dinner, and a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, March 29.
Spring Lecture Series to Feature Distinguished Scholars, Writers, Artists
Join the Division of the Humanities for a variety of lectures and events during the 2014 Spring Lecture Series. From indigenous art in sixteenth-century Mexico City to the literature of Haruki Murakami in the post-Fukushima era, these lectures offer the best of contemporary scholarship, artistic practice, and cultural criticism.