Spring 2004

From the Dean
1 Dear Alumni and Friends Dean, Janel Mueller
On Campus
1 Small Treasures on the Big Screen Special Collections, Library, technology, archives
9 Feminist Leaders Plan for the Future Center for Gender Studies, Aiwha Ong, Judith Halberstam, Nancy Miller, Kate Millett, Sabrina Craig, Lynn Spigel, Sharon Holland, Gayatri Spivak, Dorothy Allison
14 Fog at Doc: Academy Award-Winner Errol Morris Visits Campus Nuveen Visiting Filmmaker, Errol Morris, Documentary, Film
Faculty Focus
6 Making Music on Campus: Interview with Composer Howard Sandroff, Director of the Computer Music Studio Howard Sandroff, Music, Composer, Computer Music Studio
13 Poems Srikanth Reddy, Poetry, Corruption, Loose Strife with Apiary
16 The Humanities and the Problem of Partisanship Humanities, Kenneth Warren, partisanship
19 What Matters to Me and Why W.J.T. Mitchell, Faculty
22 Odyssey on WBEZ: Humanities Faculty Take to the Airwaves
What's New
4 Kanji Alive: A New Computer Learning Tool Enhances Japanese Language Instruction Japanese, Kanji, Computer, Technology, language
10 Fiction: Salao (Excerpt from a New Novel by Achy Obejas Fiction, Cuba, Achy Obeja, Salao
22 A Center is Born: The Nicholson Center for British Studies Opens Nicholson Center for British Studies, Britain
Alumni Notes
15 Chicago Humanities Forum: Downtown Lectures Bring Scholarship to the Public Stage Chicago Humanities Forum, Lecture, Don Michael Randel, Daniel Barenboim, Wendy Doniger, Jonathan Lear, James Chandler
20 Onward and Upward Placements, graduates, job