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New at the Institute
Patrick JagodaThe Franke Forum presents:
Geoffrey R. Stone on
"Sex and the Constitution: The Road to Roe"

Wednesday, March 1, 2017
5:15 - 7:00 PM
The Gleacher Center
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive, Room 621
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Please RSVP by calling 773/702-8274 or emailing us. Persons with a disability please call in advance for assistance.

Geoffrey R. Stone is Distinguished Service Professor in the Law School and the College, and Editor of the Supreme Court Review.

Roe v. Wade has come to be seen as one of the most controversial and divisive Supreme Court decisions in American history. Professor Stone will explore how this decision came to be and how abortion was understood in the United States in the two hundred years before Roe.

Request for Proposals
"The Work of the Humanities in a Changing Climate" is the topic for proposals to the Humanities Without Walls Consortium, with grants of $100,000 and a deadline of October 31, 2016.

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Request for Proposals
Pre-doctoral students in Humanities, History, and
Anthropology are invited to apply for Fellowships for
the Alternative Academic Career Workshop in
Summer 2017
.

UChicago deadline of Monday, October 17, 2016.

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Franke Fellows for 2016 and 2017
The Franke Fellows for 2016-2017 have been announced.

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Listen
October 5, 2016
Patrick Jagoda
, "Game Experiments (Or: Playful Ways to Design Serious Research Interventions)"
The introduction is given by Bill Brown.
Click here to view this talk.
Click here for the question and answer session following the talk.


March 2, 2016
D. Nicholas Rudall, "What We Call Greek Tragedy"
The introduction is given by David Bevington.
Click here to view this talk.

January 13, 2016
Candace Vogler
, “on the Connections Between Virtue, Happiness, and Meaning”
Click here to listen to this talk.

February 4, 2015
Steven Rings, "'Don't Think Twice, It's All Right': A Genealogy"
The introduction is given by Martha Fedlman.
Click here to view this talk.

Archive of past recordings>>

Coming Up
Regenstein window Proposals for team-taught, graduate level CDI seminars should be submitted by Tuesday, November 15.

Courses for the 2016-2017 roster:

Fall 2016
The Debt Drive: Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, Neoliberalism offered by Eric Santner (Germanic Studies) and Aaron Schuster (Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam)

Winter 2017
A Global Sonic History in 30 Objects offered by Philip Bohlman (Music) and TBA

Reason and Religion offered by Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer (Classics) and Robert Richards (History)

Women's Rights, Cultural Nationalism, Moral Panics: Africa and India offered by Rochona Majumdar (South Asian Languages & Civilizations) and Jennifer Cole (Comparative Human Development)

Spring 2017
The Discovery of Paganism offered by Clifford Ando (Classics) and Claudia Brittenham (Art History)

Ruins offered by Jas’ Elsner (Art History) and Françoise Meltzer (Comparative Literature)

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Also see: Disciplines & Technologies is a Mellon funded project with the Center for Disciplinary Innovation.

New at the Institute
Learn more about the three new exciting initiatives launching this fall at the Franke Institute.

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Franke 25
Franke 25On November 10, the Franke Institute celebrated its 25th anniversary with a symposium.

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