Max Miller


In the Face of Modern Crisis, Medieval Studies Workshop Questions Discipline’s Own Role

Four Academics Recently Led a Workshop Reasserting the Importance of Contemporary Medieval Studies


March 11, 2017

Revisiting the Virus: Poignant Glimpse Into AIDS Epidemic Disturbs and Delights

Doc Films screened the late ’80s low-budget art film "A Virus Knows No Morals" as part of its Film and AIDS: Early Queer Responses to the AIDS Epidemic series


February 13, 2017

Newcity Editor Relays Experience of Palestinian Art Biennial

Newcity art editor Elliot Reichert came to campus to discuss his recent trip to Israel and Palestine, during which he attended the 2016 Qalandiya International Arts Festival.


January 26, 2017

Mozart’s "The Magic Flute" Plays Chicago Both High and Low Notes

Niel Armfield adapts Mozart's "The Magic Flute" for Lyric Opera.


January 23, 2017

Rough ’n’ Roti: Mediterranean on 53rd

I’m not sold on whether the “quick and dirty” format of food prep works in a Mediterranean restaurant.


January 18, 2017

Roti 3

Customizable rice bowl at Roti.


Jan. 19, 2017

University Seeking Deputy Title IX Coordinator

The newly created position will entail assisting the current Title IX coordinator.


May 14, 2016

Stanford Professor Explores South African Wealth Redistribution

Anthropology Professor James Ferguson discusses social welfare in South Africa after apartheid.


May 6, 2016

UChicago Students Win National Consulting Competition

The team created a strategy to assist the World Wildlife Fund in its attempt to cut back on food waste.


May 3, 2016

New Creative Writing Fellowship Honors Blacklisted Hollywood Screenwriter

The Les River Fellowship for Young Novelists will award $5,500 to a graduating student in the Creative Writing program to fund the development of a published work of fiction.


May 3, 2016