An interfaith demand for justice in Palestine and Israel
The music that Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi wrote during the middle of the 20th century predicted minimalism and spectralism, but its forms and sounds remain distinct from those later developments—and from most other European classical music. Born in 1905, he started composing music in the late 1920s and arrived at his mature style after experiencing […]
To censure or not to censure? The university community is divided.
Instead this Greenhouse production invents its central dramatic incident to make its point.
The alternative to the Chicago Pride Parade announces its solidarity with Palestine after a controversy broke out involving pro-Israel marchers in 2017.
A dispute over Carlos Ramirez-Rosa’s views on Israel gets him kicked off of Democrat Daniel Biss’s ticket for governor.
Also, Rahm shuts down rumors that he will be the next ambassador to Israel.
On some of the world religion’s beliefs
After revoking a job offer over controversial tweets, UI defends its decision with an appeal to the need for civility on campus.
Author Ali Abunimah visits Evanston to discuss the conflict in Gaza and read from his book, The Battle for Justice in Palestine.
Evanston Public Library pulls the plug on a talk by pro-Palestine author Ali Abunimah.
The Goodman Theatre’s 21st-century revival retrieves Brigadoon from the misty past.
A dispute over academic freedom erupts over a Columbia College course on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The acclaimed Iranian filmmaker’s latest documentary opens in Chicago this Friday.
A panel about an academic boycott of Israel turns controversial.