Horace Newcomb

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Television

Regarding Television


In the 1970s, Horace Newcomb made us look at TV in a new way.
Vivian Meier captured life on the streets.

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Vivian Maier’s Photographs

Sights Now Seen


Vivian Maier’s photographs become a resource for scholars.
An archaelogist examines an ancient sculpture.

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Present Day and Ancient Monuments

Two Perspectives on Monuments


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Young Faculty Focus
Music junior faculty have a wealth of different talents.

Analysis and Synthesis


Music junior faculty span composition, ethnomusicology, and theory.
Graduate Students
Emily Yoon is writing more accessible poetry for a new generation.

Productive Struggle


Reckoning with language fuels Emily Yoon's creative and academic work.
Greenberg Center for Jewish Studies
University of Chicago's Greenberg Center for Jewish Studies named for longtime supporter.

Creating Connections


Newly named Greenberg Center for Jewish Studies honors longtime supporter.
Globalizing Chinese art history
Wu Hung's Cave Project reunites statues with their original locations.

Unification


Wu Hung, who helped to establish contemporary Chinese art history, works toward a global approach.