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Page: 1968 Academy Awards
1968 Academy Awards ceremony was originally scheduled for April 8, but it was postponed until the 10th in response to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The films nominated for awards were clearly products of the cultural and political mores of the time\ race, color ...
Page: 1968 Chicago timeline
Events in Chicago in the lead up to 1968 MAY 2: Thirty Black Panthers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlackPantherParty, led by chairman Bobby Seale http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BobbySeale, go to Sacramento to contest the Mulford Bill, which wanted to put ...
Page: 1968 in the world timeline
Events in the 60s and leading up to them that "periodize the 60s" \1956: Virtual disappearance of the American Communist Party \Assassination of President Kennedy \General trend towards decolonization: \1957: Independence of Ghana United Nations Commission on Human Rights adopts a resolution ...

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Page: Abra Cadabra, it's a Hyde Park Art Fest - an article by Richard Christiansen
PANORAMA CHICAGO DAILY NEWS, Saturday Sunday, February 78, 1976 Abra Cadabra: It's a Hyde Park art Fest By Richard Christiansen In my attempts to find material related to the Hyde Park Art Center whilst trawling the Regenstein Archives ...
Page: AFRICOBRA - A Descriptive Study of Nationalistic African American Artist Collective
See also AfriCobra () The Origins of OBAC OBAC (Organization of Black American Culturea play on the Yoruba word Oba which means chieftain) was founded by Hoyt W. Fuller (editor of Negro Digest Black World), Conrad Kent Rivers (Chicago ...
Page: AfriCobra - then and now
Alice Thorson's 1990 interview with Jeff Donaldson, founding member of OBAC The Rise, Fall and Legacy of the Wall of Respect Movement#OBAC and AfriCOBRA, covers some of Donaldson's history with both groups and his personal understanding of black art as a historical and cultural ...
Page: AFRICOBRA Universal Aesthetics
energy received from these paintings fulfills the original, purest aim of art'to make live.'" The period marked by the rise of AFRICOBRA saw a decline in momentum of the American Civil Rights Movement after the death of Martin Luther King Jr.. Also, the younger ...
Page: Alfonso Alford
Excerpt from a letter from Alfonso Alford to Mayor Daley: No Response (As reprinted in David Dawley's A Nation of Lords pg. 122124) April 9, 1968 The Honorable Richard J. Daley Mayor City of Chicago Chicago, Illinois Dear Mayor ...
Page: Alinsky
Reveille for Radicals by Saul Alinsky The Introduction and Afterword to the Vintage Edition for our reading this week were published in 1969, whereas the rest of Alinsky's book was published in 1946. In keeping with this timeline, the Introduction and Afterward reexamine the book in light of the period of political and social ...
Page: Alternative screening times for American Revolution 2
you missed tonight's screening of American Revolution 2, let's figure out a convenient time to watch it. Click the link below to choose a few times that would work for you, and we'll go with the one that's best for everyone. Location possibilities include ...
Page: antimodernism
from James C. Hall: "A fundamental disbelief in the inherent goodness of the offerings of modernity." (Mercy, Mercy Me, 4) In the case of AfricanAmerican antimodernism, stems from a lack of trust in the abstract institutions of modern life not just mistrust, but "the antithesis of trust... angst ...
Page: Art from Chicago's Emotional Realists
Karl Wirsum's current work http://www.jeanalbanoartgallery.com/wirsum/ !screaming.jpg thumbnail! Karl Wirsum's Screamin' Jay Hawkins, 1968 !combat.jpg thumbnail! Leon Golub's Combat, 1964 source http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/32594
Page: Art Green
Green's PartyA Conversation with Art Green" Two stories from Art Green's conversation with Robert Enright in 2005 as he was about to open another show particularly struck me. Green talks about the purpose of his art, about why ...
Page: Art in Action
Team members Amy Martin Caroline Ouwerkerk Dana Snitzky Erin Franzinger Eve Ewing Laura Gluckman Samantha Gordon Art in Action Art in Action is a daylong arts and activism festival sponsored by the Southside Solidarity Network (SSN) in collaboration ...
Page: Article about Woodlawn in Maroon, 9-27-1968
I've attached the article to the Summaries page in three files the first file should be read first, followed by the first column of the second file, followed by the third file (two lines were skipped in the scanning process), followed by the remaining columns in the second ...

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Page: Black Colony RSO, 1969
Black Colony, which later changed its name to Truth and Soul was a student run organization. The goal of this organization was to highlight the 'real' black American experience through the screening of select films. The films were viewed in Social Science 122 with a $1 ...
Page: Black Power Movement
History/background resources
Page: Black Power Salute at Mexico City Olympic Games
summer of 1968, Mexico became the first Latin American Country ever to host the Olympic Games. One of the principle events for which it stands out in history is the controversy surrounding a Black Power Salute carried out by two African American athletes ...
Page: Black Self-Determination - Arthur M. Brazier
book really hammers home a couple themes through the use of the various examples/projects that make up the chapters of the book.   One main theme of this book is that black people have to demand their share of power in order to find their rightful place ...
Page: blight
Oxford English Dictionary defines blight when applied to cities as spec. An unsightly urban area (cf. BLIGHTED ppl. a. 1b). 1938 L. MUMFORD Culture of Cities 8 We..face the accumulated physical and social results of that disruption ...
Page: Bowman
An Interview with Jim Nutt, by Russell Bowman The main part of the interview with Jim Nutt that was striking to me was the interviewer's repeated attempts to define influences, to define something concrete about Nutt's style. By the end, I think the reader is satisfied with the idea ...
Page: broken obelisks
Barnett Newman Broken Obelisk 19631967 CorTen steel, bronze plate base NYC !Broken Obelisk.jpg align=left

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Page: Chicago 1968
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Page: Chicago Artist Strike & the "Richard J. Daley" Exhibition
1967 Chicago received what have since become two of its most wellknown monuments to culture. In August "The Picasso," http://www.encyclopedia.chicagohistory.org/pages/3873.html a 50 foot CorTen steel sculpture by Pablo Picasso, was erected in the Daley Plaza in Downtown Chicago ...
Page: Conference on the City and the University
Conference on the City and the University: 19661969 From 1966 to 1969, a number of University of Chicago students came together to form the Conference on the City and the University, in order to involve University of Chicago students in the urban community and to bring the issues of the urban community to students at the University ...
Page: conscription
Conscription is, generally, the compulsory enlistment for state service, usually in the armed forces. Modern conscription has its origins in the French Revolution and was introduced in the United States during the Civil War. For Chicago 1968, it was used by the Selective Service System to draft eligible ...
Page: Creative Move at Hyde Park Art Center
68 in '08 at the Hyde Park Art Center part of HPAC's Annual {}Creative Move{} Event Andrea Baer \ Tim Hotze \ Jenn Macdonald \ Chloe Ottenhoff We are proposing that our event would form part of HPAC's 2008 {}Creative ...
Page: Creative Move at the Hyde Park Art Center
Page: culture industry
1968 marked the entrance of the media age. The widespread dissemination of images, spectacle and sound forever altered the aesthetic landscape of America and served as a permanent alteration to the ways in which the world was represented and subsequently seen. Culture industry, therefore, can be defined as the subsequent ...

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Page: Daley on a platter
Claes Oldenburg Study for a Colossal Monument to Mayor Daley # 1 1968 11" by 13.75" !daley head.jpg
Page: Day Care Center at the University of Chicago from the perspective of the Administration's Committee on Day Care
Presidents' Papers. University of Chicago. Office of the President. Levi Administration. Box 118: Day Care Center. Folders 2 and 4: the Walker Committee. Folder 2 Committee Report: April 13, 1970 The Day Care Committee was formed by the president's ...
Page: discussion series on social organizations
We would like to suggest a two part seminar series on Social Organization, titled "Revolution to Institution: What's Lost in Translation?" to help figure out a question brought up earlier in class: what is lost and what is gained when the shift ...
Page: Dr. Anthony King
I had initially wanted to interview Bill Ayers, a former member of the WeatherUnderground, who is now a distinguished professor of education, because I wanted to gain some insight into the links between protest, political activism, community activism, and philosophy of education ...
Page: Dr. King
I had initially wanted to interview Bill Ayers, a former member of the WeatherUnderground, who is now a distinguished professor of education, because I wanted to gain some insight into the links between protest, political activism, community activism, and philosophy of education ...
Page: drawing of a limp punching bag
Claes Oldenburg Proposal for a Tomb in the Form of a Giant Punching Bagwith Obelisk, 1968 !proposal for a tomb in the form of a giant punching bagwith obelisk, 1968.jpg align=left
Page: Dérive
From Guy Debord's "Theory of the Derive" Situationist International Anthology, edited and translated by Ken Knabb. 1981, the Bureau of Public Secrets. ""The derive entails playfulconstructive behavior and awareness of psychogeographical effects; which completely distinguishes it from the classical notions of the journey ...

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Page: Event Proposals
Creative Move at Hyde Park Art Center Podcast Art in Action discussion series on social organizations

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Page: Final Catalogue Essays
Chicago Artist Strike & the "Richard J. Daley" Exhibition \ Maggie Taft Heritage Press \ Eve Ewing Negro DigestBlack World \Chris Brancaccio Founding of African and American Universities Program Alexis Williams The Conservative Vice Lords \ Laura Gluckman ...
Page: fireplug pieces
left is Claes Oldenburg's Giant Fireplug Sited in the Civic Center, Chicago, 1968. On the right is his Proposal for a Skyscraper in the Form of a Chicago Fireplug, 1968. !Giant Fireplug Sited in the Civic Center, Chicago, 1968.jpg align=left! !Proposal for a Skyscraper in the Form ...
Page: Founding of African and American Universities Program
post Civil Rights America, flaws in the education system both nationally and internationally came into focus. Nationally, the necessity for Africa and African American studies had never been greater. Images of Africa, prior to this period had been controlled and disseminated ...
Page: free space
Types of free spaces in Polletta's article How is free space different from (or similar to?) heterotopia https://coral.uchicago.edu:8443/display/chicago68/ConsideringFreeSpaceinTermsoftheHeterotopia
Page: free speech zones
1969 Tinker vs. Des Moines Independent Community School District decided that "nondisruptive" speech is allowed in public schools, but this does not apply to private universities. Many private universities designated free speech zones during student protests of the late ...
Page: Free University of 1972
idea of a "Free University" has meant many different things to different times and places. During university strikes in the late sixties and early seventies, the free universities were the discussion groups and lectures set up by striking students, on a whole range ...

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Page: generation
OED http://dictionary.oed.com has a whole slew of definitions of generation: There are the more technical terms of generation, such as "The act or process of generating or begetting physically; procreation; propagation of species," and "Production by natural or artificial processes (as of plants, animals, substances, etc.). Also, mode ...

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Page: happenings
happening https://coral.uchicago.edu:8443/display/chicago68/SomeAfterthoughtsontheHappening is a participatory art form in which planned and unplanned "theatrical" events take place in environments formed of traditional artistic materials as well as unconventional materials drawn from other aspects of culture. Both planned and random ...
Page: Harper Court
Hyde Park's Harper Court in the 1960s: The Cure for the Ills of Urban Renewal? Just off of Harper Avenue, half a block behind a thoroughfare (major on the scale of its environs), on the eastern edge of the center of Hyde Park lounges Harper Court. An ...
Page: Herbert Kessler
Herbert Kessler is a professor of early Christian and Medieval art. He received his B.A. from the University of Chicago in 1961 and did his doctoral work at Princeton (M.A. 1963, PhD 1965). He served on the University of Chicago's Art History ...
Page: Herbert Kessler, Report on Newly Built University and College Art Centers
Collection: "Presidents' Papers." University of Chicago. Office of the President. Levi Administration Box 65: CochraneWoods Art Center Buildings, Campus, CochraneWoods Arts Center, 19681975, Box 65, Folder 1 Herbert Kessler was appointed to research and write the following ...
Page: Heritage Press
Heritage Press: Conrad Kent Rivers and Conflicting Interests in the Black Arts Movement The Heritage Press archives at the Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection of AfroAmerican History and Literature contain materials related to the enterprises of this small, Londonbased publisher. The press was the brainchild ...
Page: heterotopia
Concept put forward in Michel Foucault's "Of Other Spaces" http://foucault.info/documents/heteroTopia/foucault.heteroTopia.en.html How did I make this link? Click the Edit tab, then look under Linking at right. I used the Custom link title function ...
Page: His Name Was Du Sable
His Name Was Du Sable," Margaret Burroughs lists the many accomplishments and lasting influences of Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable, making an argument for his right to the title of the first Chicagoan.  She describes, at length, the architectural significance ...
Home page: Home
home page for the Chicago68 wiki space... Chicago 1968 Exhibition PostCourse Points of Interest PostCourse Points of Interest Individual pages Groups Collective content Final Catalogue Essays \ please note that only this page is publicly accessible. Final Project ...
Page: Howard Seals
Role of the Art Center: "The art center served the general public. All aspects of art were supported at the center" Discussion of the Black Aesthetic: "Ebonics is an affirmation of human life" "The aesthetic difference between black and white culture is white culture ...
Page: HPADU
Hyde Park AntiDraft Union Office of Student Activities Records, Box 20, Folders 67 I examined a couple of folders containing documents from the Hyde Park AntiDraft Union (HPADU, pronounced hip'adoo) student organization. The organization seemed ...
Page: Hull House Theater
nbsp;Hull House: Birth and Transition to Service Work !hulltenaments.jpg thumbnail,align=center!                           &nbsp ...
Page: Hyde Park Art Center
Early Years The Hyde Park Art Center was started in June of 1939 by a group of Hyde Park artists, University of Chicago faculty, and committed residents. At first called the Fifth Ward Art Guild, members organized quickly, setting up an ...

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Page: I am Somebody
I am Somebody! I am Somebody! I may be poor, But I am Somebody. I may be young, But I am Somebody. I may be on welfare, But I am Somebody. I may be small, But I am Somebody ...
Page: Images from AfriCobra
African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists !africobra.jpg! !Wall of Respect.jpg!!Jeff1.jpg!!Nelson1.jpg
Page: Interview Summaries
Mwata Bowden Thom Clark Sam Clark Interview with Sam Clark Professor Neil Harris Jo Hays Judy Hoffman Jim Jacobs https://coral.uchicago.edu:8443/display/chicago68/AnInterviewwithJimJacobs Dr. Anthony King Mike Klonsky chicago68:Mike Klonsky Interview ...

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Page: Jo Desha Lucas
Jo Desha Lucas is the Professor at the University of Chicago Law School was has been there the longest.  He began teaching in 1953 as an assistant profesor and dean of students and became a full professor in 1961.  He is the only professor left ...
Page: Jo Hays
Profile Jo Hays is a Professor Emeritus in the History department at Loyola University of Chicago. He got his BA in history from Leheigh University before going on to the University of Chicago in 1960 to do his PhD work on English scientific societies ...
Page: Joseph Stalin
Biography Political Career Legacy
Page: Judith Cosin Roothaan
Speaking with Mrs. Roothaan was incredibly informative and really fun (too much fun?). While I obviously had an agenda of things I wanted to talk about, as many of us have learned, the interview began to lead its own ...
Page: Judy Hoffman
Interview Report: Oral History Report : Judy Hoffman Judy Hoffman has been been working with video, film, and television for over thirty years. From her time at the University of Illinois at Chicago where she held a work study ...

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Page: Kenwood High School's Black Student Boycott - Meetings with HPKCC and Kenwood High School PTA
October 2223, 1968 The documents that I chose are memos from Jim Lewis to Charles Daly, Vice President for Development and Public Affairs at the University of Chicago, and former aide to President John F. Kennedy. The memos summarize the student meetings with PTA ...
Page: Kenwood High School's Student Black Boycott - Meetings with HPKCC and Kenwood High School PTA
October 2223, 1968 The documents that I chose are memos from Jim Lewis to Charles Daly, Vice President for Development and Public Affairs at the University of Chicago, and former aide to President John F. Kennedy. The memos summarize the student meetings with PTA ...

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Page: Letter from City Regarding Hyde Park Urban Renewal
City of Chicago Treasurer Marshall Korshak forwards a letter addressed to the City Planning Commissioner regarding a building in Hyde Park to University of Chicago Vice President of Development and Public Affairs Charles Daly (misspelled on the document as Daley). The cover letter from ...
Page: License Page
workis licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNoncommercialShare Alike 3.0 United States License

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Page: Malcolm X
Biography Career Contributions Legacy Other Resources
Page: Maoism
Maoism is a variant of MarxistLeninism. The main difference is that Maoists concerned themselves with the revolutionary potential of the peasantry, unlike MarxistLeninsim, which regards the urban proletariat as the engine for revolution. Accordingly, Maosim places a greater emphasis on going to 'the people' and learning from them rather ...
Page: Marcuse
Eros and Civilization, 'Political Preface' 1966 In the political preface to Eros and Civilization, Marcuse claims that the form of sixties society is organized around the maintenance of one elite strata of the population. This collection of affluent individuals dominates the rest of society, but is able to disguise the control ...
Page: Margaret Burroughs Interview
Margaret Burroughs has been challenging the issues and boundaries imposed by racial prejudice ever since elementary school, and in John Fleming's interview with Burroughs, it is clear that her strong sense of integrity and conviction has not faltered in the years since. Fleming questions ...
Page: Marshall McLuhan
Marshall McLuhan was an early media theorist whose 1964 text Understanding Media formed the basis of the discipline. His work stresses the roles of definition and user interactions with media. He envisaged media as any sort of extensions of man, and saw ...
Page: Martin Luther King Jr.
Information about Martin Luther King Jr. The amount of information on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is immense, and there are many extraordinarily detailed resources available online, some of which are linked here. No other man has had as much of an ...
Page: May '68 and It's Afterlives
May '68 and Its Afterlives By: Kristin Ross Published by: University of Chicago Press 2002 Introduction o Ross establishes the terminology and intentions for this project. She refers to the event as May and not as an event or a moment in order to let is stand on its own ...
Page: McCarthyism and Academic Freedom on the University of Chicago Campus
Academic Freedom, Loyalty Oaths and Affidavits (19601967) files in Office of the President Beadle Administration provide an interesting record of the repercussions of McCarthyism in the academic community. By the 1950s, universities had displaced all other institutions as the heart of the United States' intellectual ...
Page: Mike Klonsky Interview (Samantha Gordon)
Mike Klonsky was living in Chicago in 1968 as one of the National Secretaries for SDS (Students for a Democratic Society.) Summary Mike Klonsky interview report.doc of my interview with Mr. Klonsky A full transcript Interview Mike Klonsky edits.docis also available on my ...
Page: Milwaukee 14
Milwaukee 14 was a group that, using homemade napalm, set fire to over 10,000 draft files from the Selective Service System office on September 24, 1968 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Many of the participants were Catholic pacifists, including five priests ...
Page: Mwata Bowden
Mwata Bowden and the AACM !Mwata.gif align=right! Chloe Ottenhoff When I got a chance to talk to Mwata Bowden http://aacmchicago.org/mwatabowden, currently the conductor of the AACM http://aacmchicago.org Great Black Music Ensemble and former chairman, he ...

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Page: Negro Digest-Black World
Negro Digest/Black World: Exploring the Archive 19611975 !nd03thumb.JPG! Publisher John H. Johnson http://www.johnsonpublishing.com/assembled/aboutjohnsonbiography.html introduced Negro Digest in Chicago in 1942 as a new Reader's Digest type magazine for the African American community. In its ...

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Page: Pedagogical Factory
Making a People's Atlas of Chicago http://www.hydeparkart.org/calendar/2007/08/howwepeoplesatlashowwema.php
Page: Podcast
Podcast by Chris Brancaccio, Marylynne HuntDorta, Ted Pennings, Maximilian Smith, Maggie Taft For our 'event', we are proposing a series of podcasts, each thirty minutes in length. These would be posted on the Internet, most conveniently, perhaps, on the wiki. In this way, we ...
Page: Prof. Joel Snyder
An interview with Prof. Joel Snyder Joel Snyder is a photographer and a member of the Art History faculty at the University of Chicago. He is an expert in the history of photography, and the theory of photography and film. Previous to meeting with Prof. Snyder, we had agreed that I ...
Page: Professor Neil Harris
Professor Neil Harris has just this last December 2007 completed 38 years as a professor of Art History and History here at the University of Chicago. He is now Professor Emeritus and hopes to continue to teach under that status in the near future. I ...
Page: Protest Music
Protest Music of the Sixties: an Emphasis on Soul Note: I have provided links to videos of performances on YouTube, since embedding sound and video on this wiki is not permitted, or at least I can't figure out a way to do it. When possible, I ...
Page: pseudo-event
According to the UofC's very own American historian Daniel Boorstin (19142004), a pseudoevent "is planted primarily...for the immediate purpose of being reported or reproduced. Therefore, its occurrence is arranged for the convenience of the reporting or reproducing media. Its success is measured by how widely ...
Page: psychogeographical
Psychogeographical Chicago http://psychogeography.tribe.net/thread/745e520200cc426e8c8e52b6a2d81b76 Festival of Maps http://www.festivalofmaps.com/index.aspx

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Page: Rabbi Arnold J Wolf
Rabbi Arnold Jacob Wolf, Rabbi Emeritus KAM Isaiah Israel, Chicago, founder of Congregation Solel, Highland Park, Illinois. Former Professor, University of Chicago, Yale, Loyola Marymont University, and HUCJIR. He currently has one book ...
Page: Reading Notes
May '68 and Its Afterlives Marcuse: "Political Preface" to Eros and Civilization Marcuse Jameson: "Periodizing the 60's" Jameson Abbie Hoffman and Revolution for the Hell of It Abbie Hoffman and Revolution for the Hell of It The Surrealist Group in Chicago The Politicalization of the AvantGarde, II The Conspiracy Trial ...
Page: Readings on Universities from Radical Reader
revolution of the '60's could be characterized by the new way of thinking about education. In these readings on the state of universities and the ideals of higher education, we can see a shift in thinking about what education is for, what students can really do, and what power ...
Page: Report on the University Disciplinary Committee Appointed January 30, 1969
Report on the University Disciplinary Committee: Appointed January 30, 1969 William Kruskal Papers, Box 1, Folder 10 I looked at the collection of papers from Professor William Kruskal, who was a statistics professor at the U of C from 19501990 ...
Page: repression
Introduction to his text, Eros and Civilization https://coral.uchicago.edu:8443/display/chicago68/Marcuse, Herbert Marcuse defines 'Repression' and 'repressive' "in the nontechnical sense to designate both conscious and unconscious, external and internal processes of restraint, constraint, and suppression."(Marcuse, 8) It seems pertinent that Marcuse's ...

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Page: Say it Loud
Lyrics to James Brown's "Say it Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud)", 1968 Uh, with your bad self Say it louder (I got a mouth) Say it louder (I got a mouth) Look a'here, some people say we ...
Page: Schulze
Franz Schulze "The Expressionist Strain" In the "revisionist spirit of the 1980s," author Franz Schulze seeks to examine postwar Chicago art and artists in order to rebuild some lost credibility, correct certain misconceptions, and offer a better version of who/what/how ...
Page: Selections from Carline Strong
Selections from Carline Strong, Margaret Taylor Goss Burroughs: Educator, Artist, Author, Founder, and Civic Leader (Ph.D. diss., Loyola, 1994). Reflections on Black Art During the Sixties The Article begins with a profile of Black Art in the Sixties, particularly ...
Page: Shaw
Goldene Shaw: "Exhibitions" in History of the Hyde Park Art Center, 19391976 The "Exhibitions" section lists notable exhibitions and relevant and/or interesting press and comments. The author stresses the local relevance and the fact that the center sent out press for every HPAC exhibition ...
Page: Signups for meetings week 9
Monday, March 3 1:30 1:45 2 2:15 2:30 2:45 3:00 Amanda Miller 3:15 Laura Gluckman 3:30 Samantha Gordon 3:45
Page: Signups for Voice Recorders
1.30: MT (telephone capable recorder, 68pm) 1:30 3pm on Wednesday Feb 6th JM voice recorder Friday 2/7 SG voice recorder
Page: Situationism
construction of situations begins on the ruins of the modern spectacle. It is easy to see the extent to which the very principle of the spectacle nonintervention is linked to the alienation of the old world. Conversely, the most pertinent revolutionary experiments in culture have sought to break the spectator's psychological identification ...
Page: slum
Encyclopedia Britannica defines slum as Densely populated area of substandard housing, usually in a city, characterized by unsanitary conditions and social disorganization. Rapid industrialization in 19thcentury Europe was accompanied by rapid population growth and the concentration of workingclass people in overcrowded, poorly built ...
Page: Spartacus Report (1969)
Spartacus: Discipline and Political Suppression: An Empirical Analysis.  Number 2.  The University of Chicago, May 1, 1969. William Kruskal Papers, Box 1, Folder 10 The twoissue Spartacus reports present the results of a study carried ...
Page: Special Collections Document Summaries
Black Colony RSO, 1969 Herbert Kessler, Report on Newly Built University and College Art Centers Letter from City Regarding Hyde Park Urban Renewal AB Andrea Baer Students for a Democratic Society, 1965 through 1974 ...
Page: Special Collections Signups
You should plan about an hour and a half minimum for your visit. Already done Andrea Baer Maggie Taft Laura Gluckman Chris Brancaccio Erin Franzinger Monday morning 1. 2. Amanda Miller 3. Monday ...
Page: spectacle
Mitchell's Theories of Media class provides a couple of interesting thoughts on spectacle here http://csmt.uchicago.edu/glossary2004/spectacle.htm and here http://csmt.uchicago.edu/glossary2004/spectacle2.htm
Page: Statement
HPADU Statement of Program Concerns: Members of the HPADU are motivated by two main concerns: # Opposition to the U.S. war in Vietnam, on pacifist grounds for some, on political grounds for others; # Opposition to the draft system, because it supplies men for the U.S. Army, it intimidates men ...
Page: Story of Jane 19 through Epilogue
Welcome to the End Chapters\! Isn't it wonderful to be here. For me, at least, the ending wasn't a shock. Of course there was going to be a raid. It wouldn't be such a tense book if the police never got involved. Some of the more interesting questions that developed for me were the following: I ...
Page: Student Unrest at the University of Chicago from the Perspective of the Administration
Student Unrest at the University of Chicago from the Perspective of the Administration Caroline Ouwerkerk The Kruskal Papers at the Special Collections Research Center of the University of Chicago were donated by former University of Chicago professor William Kruskal, a statistics professor who was very active ...
Page: Students Against the Rank University of Chicago
Students Against the Rank University of Chicago Caroline Ouwerkerk I examined two documents in the Students Against the Rank University of Chicago box in the archives. Students Against the Rank was a student group founded by U of C student in response to a policy enacted ...
Page: Students for a Democratic Society, 1965 through 1974
Topic: Students for a Democratic Society Collection: University of Chicago Office of Student Activities Records BOX 32 Folders 10 and 11 (19651968)/ BOX 32 folders 1 and 2 (19681974) I think the most effective and informative way to present ...
Page: Students for an Open Chicago
Students for an Open Chicago was a student group founded in 1969, immediately after the DNC. The group's original purpose was to undermine the power of the Daley machine, which it considered a major (if not the biggest) source of economic, social, and political oppression in Chicago and on state and federal ...

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Page: Tet Offensive
What was the Tet Offensive
Page: The Chicago Seed
Amy Martin ARTH 28807 Zorach March 19, 2008 The Chicago Seed: An Alternative Voice From An Underground Source "Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one." A. J. Liebling \\ !Seedv4n4jpg.jpg!   &nbsp ...
Page: The Conservative Vice Lords
Youth Gangs: The Conservative Vice Lords and the Power in SelfDetermined Change Livin' in this shit, ain't nothing for 'em to do but drink and start fighting each other. They don't have no reason except that they live in the ghetto and don't have nothin' to do. And if you ...
Page: The Daley Machine
Under Mayor Daley's rule (from 1953 to 1976), the cook county regular democratic organization (better known as "The Chicago Machine) grew to world reknowned. IN large part due to the famous actions around the 1960 presidential race, where election ...
Page: The Industrial Areas Foundation and the Woodlawn Organization. Perspectives on Citizen Participation and Community Organization.
note: BEFORE you open this page for editing, go to some other page and go to wiki markup and next to the wiki markup tab select the option that makes wiki markup the default window. because if you open this page for editing and it goes ...
Page: The New University Conference
national organization of radicals who work in, around, and in spite of institutions of higher education The New University Conference was a national organization of radical graduate students, staff, and faculty that opened a chapter on the University of Chicago campus in the spring of 1968. The group was intended to serve ...
Page: The Rise, Fall and Legacy of the Wall of Respect Movement
article by Jeff Donaldson, one of the artists involved in the creation of the Wall of Respect, details the process behind the wall's development, its interaction with the surrounding community, and its aftermath for Chicago and the art world. The Organization of Black American Culture (OBAC) The Organization of Black ...
Page: The Story of Jane - Chapters 10-18
Something that has really stood out for me about the various political groups we studied this quarter is how differently each pursues the idea of revolution. In the Videofreex clip that we saw of Fred Hampton and other Black Panther Party members ...
Page: The Story of Jane - Introduction - Chapter 9
Page: Thom Clark
We were dreamers and schemers and planners and plotters, trying to build a different way to get through life." Thom Clark is the president of the Community Media Workshop http://newstips.org, an organization that trains nonprofits to be mediasavvy and attract attention for their work, and encourages ...
Page: Tlatelolco Massacre
Content collected from online articles in The New York Times (Tim Weiner, February 7, 2003), CNN (Reuters, April 24, 2002) and the Washington Post (Molly Moore, Friday, October 2, 1998; Page A29) "Bullets were ...
Page: Tribune news coverage of the draft board incident
Here are some articles covering the arrest and trial of Thom Clark and his three friends, who were arrested in 1971 for protesting the Vietnam War by going into a Selective Service office and pouring blood on draft cards. These links work using the University's ...

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Oxford English Dictionary defines "urban renewal" as: b. A planned urban redevelopment. Also in phr. urban renewal s.v. URBAN a & urban renewal (orig. U.S.), the clearance and redevelopment of slum areas, waste land, ghettos, etc., within a city ...
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Located at 43rd & Langley http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=43rdst%26langleyavechicago&sll=37.0625,95.677068&sspn=48.106236,71.015625&ie=UTF8&ll=41.816169,87.606611&spn=0.010699,0.017338&t=h&z=16&iwloc=addr&om=0, the Wall of Respect was a largerthanlife ...
Page: What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black?
Margaret Burroughs, What Shall I Tell My Children Who Are Black?  Introduction  Alright, I have to say while it seemed very straight forward the introduction has left me quite vexed. Is the author of the introduction, Don L ...
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Youth is traditionally defined as 1. the condition of being young. 2. the appearance, freshness, vigor, spirit, etc., characteristic of one who is young. But, when defined through the lens of a 1968 revolution, youth was synonymous with revolution. It was at this point generations were clashing ...

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