Events & News
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the University of Chicago released new guidance on campus health and safety precautions. Per the University’s guidance, we are suspending all University-sponsored events and gatherings effective immediately through April 15. Some additional programs have been suspended beyond this. Please monitor our Global Voices Performing Arts & Lecture Series list of upcoming events for the latest status of our public events. We are working closely with our partners, both on and off campus, to reschedule as many programs as possible.
We will be providing further updates regarding our scheduled programming as more information becomes available. As this fluid situation evolves, more information can be found on the University’s Coronavirus website. For questions on International House programs, please contact email@example.com.
On Wednesday, February 5, International House was pleased to host a special event, in conversation with U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg-a national authority on the Constitution, and host of A More or Less Perfect Union (2020), the groundbreaking new three-part public television (PBS) series. Judge Ginsburg discussed the series in depth with William Baude, Professor of Law and Aaron Director Research Scholar at The University of Chicago Law School. Click here to watch the live recording of the full discussion.
On Wednesday, February 26, the International House Global Voices Lecture Series & UChicago Institute of Politics were pleased to host Nobel-winning economist Paul Krugman to discuss plain language, partisanship and policy. Read the full UChicago News article here.
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