The faculty of the Division of the Humanities at the University of Chicago is world renowned for researching and teaching literature, language, religion, philosophy, history, music, and art. On Humanities Day, we open our classrooms to the public. Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to engage with some of the foremost humanist scholars with their most current research. All events are free.
“Robie House — 100 Years New” is a lecture given by Katherine Fischer Taylor
. Other programs held on the 23rd include lectures on the Classics, Linguistics and music.
The full schedule is here , and the registration page is here (all events are free)