This presentation describes the photographs of Abraham Lincoln as they appear in the history of photography. Lincoln was the first extensively photographed President, and the first for whom the media helped sway an election. The sixteenth President once described his most frequent photog
UIC and Chicago area scholars join community activists and artists in analyzing the impact of the immigrant marches, and the social and political significance of the immigrant movement at the local and national levels.
South African-born Gillian Slovo has published a family memoir and ten novels, including Ice Road, which was short-listed for the Orange Prize. Her co-authored play, Guantanamo, has been seen worldwide.