In the Media

Planetary Urbanization and Operational Landscapes (Podcast with Neil Brenner and Nikos Katsikis)

August 12, 2022

Circular Metabolism Podcast: Planetary Urbanization and Operational Landscapes with IFK Faculty Prof. Neil Brenner and Prof. Nikos Katsikis
Announcements

William Howell, Anthony Fowler & Wioletta Dziuda on Their Podcast “Not Another Politics Podcast”

July 27, 2022

IFK Faculty William Howell along with UChicago professors Anthony Fowler and Wioletta Dziuda discuss their podcast “Not Another Politics Podcast.”
News

How companies can be legal, but unethical

July 01, 2022

Scholars Kimberly Kay Hoang and Hal Weitzman discussed their new books, which both explore how corporations around the world exploit loopholes

Tom Ginsburg discusses the Supreme Court’s power with the New York Times

June 30, 2022

“There is some accountability,” said Tom Ginsburg of the University of Chicago Law School. “If a court is too out of control, there is pressure to rein it back in.”

Michael Greenstone talks about China’s environmental policy with the Times Magazine

June 30, 2022

The amount of harmful particulates in the air in China fell 40% from 2013 to 2020, according to the University of Chicago’s Energy Policy Institute, which would add about two years to average life...
In the Media

Genevieve Lakier on the interpretations of the First Amendment

June 09, 2022

IFK Faculty Genevieve Lakier: "First Amendment politics are more complicated, uncertain, and, well, just plain weird than they have been in a long time”
In the Media

More diversity in space

June 08, 2022

Science Historian Jordan Bimm comments on diversity and access in space travel
Announcements

Nine Questions with Eric Oliver

May 26, 2022

New podcast created by IFK Faculty Eric Oliver on how to your self
In the Media

Adam Cifu: Can we learn how to understand each other while we disagree over pandemic issues?

May 24, 2022

IFK Faculty Adam Cifu for the Chicago Tribune
In the Media

Workshop co-hosted by Claudia Brittenham offers students the opportunity to study rare documents from New Spain

May 24, 2022

Young scholars visited the archives at the Newberry Library in Chicago led by Seonaid Valiant from the ASU Library and IFK Faculty Claudia Brittenham
Features

Big Brains Podcast: Is scientific progress slowing? with James Evans

May 17, 2022

Scholar examines how researchers could generate greater innovation and discovery
News

James Evans’ Research Featured in “The Cost of Zoom”

April 28, 2022

All those Zoom meetings could be stunting innovation at work.
Features

Academic Spotlight: Katherine Buse

April 21, 2022

Learn more about Katherine Buse's work including her book project and classes