Events & News

Tue., Oct. 14, 2014

Global Voices Author Night with Emily Parker

In Now I Know Who My Comrades Are, Emily Parker, a State Department policymaker with years of on-the-ground experience, tells the stories of dissidents from China, Cuba, and Russia.  In all three countries, growing communities expose injustices, threatening governments that use fear as a tool of repression. These regimes now have a choice: become more open and accountable or fall victim to turmoil and instability. Now I Know Who My Comrades Are is a testament to the power of community in uncertain times.

Mon., Oct. 20, 2014

Global Voices Author Night with Clarence Page

Pulitzer Prize-winner Clarence Page showcases his new column collection, CULTURE WORRIER: Selected Columns 1984 – 2014: Reflections on Race, Politics and Social Change, published to coincide with the 30th anniversary of his first Chicago Tribune column. Page is held in high esteem not only for his wealth of knowledge and insight, but also for his incisive criticisms regarding society’s most pressing political and social issues. Join us as Mr. Page discusses his craft and perspective as one of the nation’s preeminent African-American writers and commentators on politics, pop culture, race and family.

Residence Life

Admissions & Fellowships

The mission of International House is to enable students and scholars from around the world to live and learn together in a diverse residential community that builds lifelong qualities of leadership, respect, and friendship.

Living at International House

Living at International House brings students and scholars into a global community. During their time at International House, residents shape the community through their participation in various resident programs and by initiating their own events.

2014-2015 Community and Residential Fellows Announced

The Community and Residential Fellowship Programs help ensure the exceptional geographic, cultural, and economic diversity that is central to the mission of International House and the University of Chicago.  For the 2014-2015 academic year, these Fellowship programs will provide support to 42 students, representing 21 countries, from all areas of the University including the undergraduate College.  Meet the 2014-2015 Residential and Community Fellowship recipients. 

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