As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the University of Chicago Press has curated a list of books that reflect on the tragedy of
The University of Chicago Press is pleased to announce that Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism and School Closings on Chicago’s South Side is the recipient
We often think of the New Year as a time for both reflecting on the past and planning new beginnings. So, as we launch into
At the beginning of each year, many of us make resolutions. But often, it’s hard to know just how to get started or stay committed.
While it may be a while before we learn the final results of Election Day 2020, there is still much that gleaned from the returns
In numerous cultures, it is believed, even celebrated, that with the arrival of autumn, the veil between the living world and what lies beyond grows
With the first presidential debate rapidly approaching, many questions are zipping through voters’ minds. What is the most important topic for them this election? How
As shown every time we read or watch the news, racism is ubiquitous in America. Yet racism is so insidious that it exists on a
In normal times, the American Political Science Association meeting is one of our busiest conferences–our jam-packed booth is full of scholars looking to browse and
We’re excited to share the book trailer for historian Jaipreet Virdi’s new book, ‘Hearing Happiness: Deafness Cures in History’!