Arts

  • October 12, 2021

    The Water Belt: What Must and Could Happen around the Great Lakes?

    Rachel Haverlock, Ph.D. associate professor of English, at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Founder and Director of UIC Freshwater Lab discusses the Great Lakes as part of the CHESS Distinguished Speaker Series.

  • October 12, 2021

    It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Anti-Racist Educators’ Journey

    Malik S. Henfield, Ph.D, professor and founder of the Institute for Racial Justice and Janice Byrd, Ph.D., associate professor of counselor education talk about an anti-racist educators’ journey of engaging in self-work and connecting theory to practice.

  • October 12, 2021

    Representation of Mexicanness In Animated Films

    As part of the CHESS Distinguished Speakers Series, Manuel Martin-Rodriguez, Ph.D., Professor of Literature give an an in-depth look at how Mexico and Mexicans are represented in children’s films, and why it is important to analyze that field.