Colloquium Launch Party – November 15 – Sign up now!

November 8th, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

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The editors of Colloquium invite you to the Third Issue Launch Party/First Birthday Party!

  REGISTER HERE to save yourself a spot.

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Colloquium Buzz

August 8th, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

Issue 2 of Colloquium was featured on Bookforum’s Omnivore blog yesterday!

Also! “The Serpent, Subtle and Brazen: Idolatory, Imagemaking, and the Hebrew Bible,” an essay from Issue 2 by Carina Del Valle Schorske (MAPH ’13) was one of today’s Editor’s Picks over at Mosaic Magazine. She’s in great company with writers from The Times Literary Supplement, Commentary, Middle East Quarterly, and Moment.

Exciting stuff!

 

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Video: Colloquium Panel at Alumni Weekend

June 24th, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

If you didn’t get a chance to attend Alumni Weekend 2013, you’re in luck! Here is a video of the panel in its entirety. Time stamps after the jump:

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A Message from the Editors of Colloquium

May 31st, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

q largeDear MAPHers, past and present –

Today is your last chance to register for Alumni Weekend and see what’s going on inside MAPH’s new journal, Colloquium. Colloquium is an online journal run entirely and independently by MAPH alumni and current students.

We’ll be launching our second issue at MAPH’s Alumni Weekend event, and it’s going to be fantastic. Issue 2.1 has Bauhaus, the Italian avant-garde, rebels and militants, sitars and soundscapes, three poets, short fiction, a cat called Mouloud, and a not-inconsiderable amount of spectroscopy.

At the University of Chicago and in MAPH in particular, we joined – for a lifetime – a community of humanists, world-changers, and fierce question-askers. We chase the ineffable and, in one form or another, we chronicle that pursuit. Those chronicles are how we talk together when we can’t talk together. When we founded Colloquium last year, it was to give a home to these chronicles-as-conversations.

The only thing better than having all these conversations happening in one online journal is having them face-to-face. Come and experience Colloquium at Alumni Weekend – or better yet, become a part of it.

 

Bill Hutchison

Founding Editor of Colloquium

 

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Alumni Weekend 2013

May 24th, 2013 § 0 comments § permalink

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Alumni Weekend 2013 is approaching! June 6-9, 2013, the University of Chicago will be holding a series of panels, lectures, and social events geared toward alumni. There are a plethora of events being put on by each division so there will be PLENTY to see and do, but we wanted to draw your attention specifically to the event where MAPHers will be making a big showing.

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Saturday, June 8th
4:00-5:00pm
Harper Memorial Rm. 130
116 E. 59th St.

Our main event! Deputy Director Hilary Strang will be moderating a panel on ColloquiumMAPH’s interdisciplinary online journal. Colloquium‘s editing staff and contributors to the latest issue will be in attendance, and the event will include readings from the latest issue by MAPH students, alumni and friends.

beersAlumni Beer Garden

Saturday, June 8th
2:00-7:00pm
Harper Quad
116 E. 59th St.

What would MAPH be without free food and beer? MAPHers will be making a showing here throughout the duration of the afternoon. Come by and socialize before and after the Colloquium panel.

The deadline to register is next Friday, May 31st—but space is already filling up, so the sooner you can register, the better! When you register, make sure you specifically check the box for the Colloquium event and the Beer Garden to reserve your space!

MAPH’s Colloquium Magazine Launch Party–YOU’RE INVITED!

October 11th, 2012 § 0 comments § permalink

Please RSVP here.

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