Kristan Cilente, contributing author of “Leadership for a Better World: Understanding the Social Change Model of Leadership Development,” will deliver a lecture titled “Leadership for Social Change” as part of Northeastern Illinois University’s (NEIU) Presidential Lectu
From the time Burr Tillstrom and his Kuklapolitan Players first appeared in 1940 until government restrictions changed the entire landscape of local television, Chicago was at the forefront of Children’s programming.
Martha Nussbaum is one of our foremost authorities on law, freedom, and morality. In her Festival appearance, she aims her considerable intellectual firepower at the bulwark of opposition to gay equality: the politics of disgust.
Acclaimed journalist and best-selling author Jonathan Eig discusses his book about Chicago’s most famous gangster. Get Capone tells the story using never-before-seen government documents and newly discovered letters written by Capone himself.
Beginning in 1955 and ultimately ending in 2011, the Daleys will have governed Chicago for a total of 43 years. They have been an integral part of Chicago’s history, culture, and identity. So where, and how, will the city go from here?