Clio is proud to be the co-sponsor of the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s September conference:
Taking the Field:
The Future of Sports Architecture
Monday, September 29th
375 East Chicago Avenue
In the Thorne Auditorium of the Arthur Rubloff Building on Northwestern University's Chicago campus
[ map ] [ .pdf program ]
In keeping with Clio’s mission, the event is free of charge for students. NU students coming from Evanston can use the Intercampus Shuttle.
May It Please the Court
Northwestern University Professor Jerry Goldman has devoted considerable time to archiving every recorded Supreme Court oral argument since the Court began to tape-record its proceedings in 1955. The result is Oyez (pronounced o-yay), the best archive of Supreme Court audio on the internet. Oyez recently released several of the Court's "landmark" decisions in MP3 format format including Gideon v. Wainwright, Miranda v. Arizona, and Roe v. Wade. More about Oyez from Wired News.
Museum of Contemporary Art
From Mariko Mori to Andreas Gursky and Hiroshi Sugimoto, the Museum of Contemporary Art has become Chicago’s premier photography showcase. This summer brings one more photography exhibit not to be missed:
Thomas Struth [external link]
through September 28
Admission to the museum is free on Tuesdays. Clio's sneak peak…
Public Culture - June:
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection.
Public Culture - May:
David Burnett at NU.
Public Culture - March:
Hiroshi Sugimoto at the MCA.
Our mission is to help connect students of all ages
with some of today's leading thinkers and writers.
Our focus is the arts and humanities. Clio organizes
speakers, presentations, and debates on a range of
timely subjects. Our events seek to provide
manageable introductions to some of today's more
complex topics. Our events are held on Northwestern
University's Evanston campus. All of Clio's events are
open to the public and entirely free of charge. More...