His research focuses on building bridges between what are today loosely called “old materialisms”and the “new materialisms.” Old materialisms—associated with engineering, feasibility studies, communications and technology studies, and Marxism—entailed empirical studies of infrastructures, communication networks, and technologies. Her scholarship draws from literature, visual culture, fine art, theater, and movement. Tina Post is an assistant professor in English Language and Literature, a faculty member of the Committee on Theater and Performance Studies, and an affiliate of the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture. Sharese King, Neubauer Family Assistant Professor in Linguistics, is a sociolinguist investigating language variation and change. Julia has considerable experience in the application of operations research methods in a number of different disciplines to include decision analysis, modelling and simulation and statistical analysis. His major publications include Uncovering Heian Japan: An Archaeology of Sensation and Inscription (Duke University Press, 2000), a study of the formation of media networks that connected the Heian court of Japan (AD 794–1183) to other quasi-dynastic political communities across Korea and China, and Shadows on the Screen: Tanizaki Jun’ichirō on Cinema and “Oriental” Aesthetics (University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies, 2005), which explores the relation between the emergence of global cinema and the “racial solution” of imperial nationalism. She co-produced with her husband, Michael (and others), three prominent films of the 1970s — The Sting, Taxi Driver, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind — and was the first female producer to win an Academy Award for Best Picture, for The Sting. Julia Phillips (Visual Arts) explores fragmentation and perspective through sound in new solo exhibition,“Fake Truth.” "Martha Nussbaum Respects The Cynic … Ryan A. Davis, The Spanish Flu: Narrative and Cultural Identity in Spain, 1918 Mark Honigsbaum, A History of the Great Influenza Pandemics: Death, Panic, and Hysteria, 1830–1920 Julia Stasch is the immediate past president of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, one of the nation’s largest philanthropies. A visiting artist lecture with Julia Phillips as part of DoVA's Open Practice Committee. Julia Christensen 154. "Without Exception: On the Ordinariness of Violence" Los Angeles Review of Books Lauren Berlant (English Language and Literature) discusses the pervasive nature of violence. Stephen M. Baum, AB'75, works on high-end electronic publishing systems at Interleaf. She is examining how Indigenous people resist depictions of themselves and practice self-determination using verbal art. His current research explores questions of identity and alterity in post-2011 fiction from Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia. Thomas Lamarre, AM’87, PhD’92, professor of Cinema and Media Studies and East Asian Languages and Civilizations, earned his UChicago degrees in East Asian Languages and Civilizations after receiving a doctorate in oceanology from Université d’Aix Marseille II. She examines how these events shape Caribbean literary and visual works, with an emphasis on how gender and sexuality structure race, labor, and capital. Sarah Johnson, assistant professor in English Language and Literature, studies seventeenth-through nineteenth-century archives of slavery and marronage in the United States and Caribbean. Her work has been published in the field’s flagship journal Language, as well as, most recently, in the Annual Review of Linguistics. He also holds a master’s degree in engineering from the École des Mines d’Alès and has previously worked as a consultant and project manager in Paris and London. She studied Visual Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Hamburg before attending Columbia's MFA Program. Zyman earned his PhD in linguistics at the University of California, Santa Cruz; his undergraduate degree, also in linguistics, is from Princeton University. 915 E 60th St. Read Bio A visiting artist lecture with Julia Phillips as part of DoVA's Open Practice Committee. 773.702.2787, CalendarTicketsGrantsE-news Sign-upMake a GiftContactApply, Arts + Public LifeArts, Science & Culture InitiativeGray Center for Arts and InquiryHack Arts Lab (HAL)Logan Center for the ArtsPublic Art on Campus, ContempoCourt TheatreThe Renaissance SocietyRockefeller Memorial ChapelSmart Museum of ArtUniversity of Chicago Presents, Cinema and Media StudiesCommittee on Creative WritingCommittee on Theater and Performance StudiesDepartment of Art HistoryDepartment of MusicDepartment of Visual ArtsMaster of Arts Program in the HumanitiesProgram in Poetry and PoeticsGrants & Funding Opportunities, Arts PassChicago ReviewDepartment of Music Performance ProgramsInternational HouseStudent Arts Groups (CLI)Student Community Groups (UCSC)TAPS Student Performing GroupsUChicago Careers in Journalism, Arts, and Media (UCIJAM), Chicago Center for Contemporary CompositionCourt Theatre's Center for Classic TheatreDOVA-OPCFilm Studies CenterFranke Institute for the HumanitiesNeubauer Collegium for Culture and SocietyThe Oriental InstitutePlace LabSTAGE (Scientists, Technologists, and Artists Generating Exploration)The Writer's Studio (Graham School)The University of Chicago Library, Take Care with Art After Dark: Making a Scroll, Sound Samplers: Sound Fantastic – Workshop 1 Part 1, Committee on Theater and Performance Studies, UChicago Careers in Journalism, Arts, and Media (UCIJAM), Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition, Court Theatre's Center for Classic Theatre, Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, STAGE (Scientists, Technologists, and Artists Generating Exploration). Having more than 10 years of diverse experiences, especially in NURSE PRACTITIONER, Julie Phillips affiliates with Swedish Covenant Hospital, cooperates with many other doctors and specialists in medical group Swedish Covenant Management Services Inc. Her dissertation focused on verbal art among the Naso (Teribe) people, an Indigenous people of Panamá and Costa Rica. For his next research project, Zyman will be developing a novel definition of the fundamental syntactic operation Merge (which takes two words or phrases and combines them to form a larger phrase)—one that preserves the theoretical and empirical successes of previous definitions of Merge while overcoming some of their drawbacks. Bromer, Juliet, and Julia R. Henly. Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts 915 East 60th Street, Suite 236, Chicago, IL 60637 Her work on marronage includes Anglophone and Francophone texts concerning resistance and revolution, archives of slavery, transatlantic flight and fugitivity, and translation. Geof Oppenheimer Associate Professor of Practice in the Arts, Department of Visual Arts & the College. She also recently coauthored a piece with UChicago deputy dean and psychology professor Katherine D. Kinzler in the Los Angeles Times. Early Childhood Research Quarterly 24(3): 271-88. Description. tableau@uchicago.edu She is also interested in the multilingual expressions and experiences of Latinx and queer identities. Her recent paper in the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, “Ideophone Humor: The Enregisterment of a Stereotype and Its Inversion” (2020), discusses how Naso women mock the stereotype of the Naso rube character for social and political commentary. Mariana Castillo Deball, Daniel Ricardo Quiles & Yesomi Umolu 149. Cai Guo Qiang 142. The Division of the Humanities welcomes ten new faculty members, including nine former Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellows. Her current research focuses on verbal art (linguistic forms that are interpreted as salient, e.g., ideophones, puns, poetic couplets) through humanistic, grammatical, and social perspectives. Julia Phillips Assistant Professor, Department of Visual Arts juliaphillips@uchicago.edu. Mark Salber She is a regular contributor to the Funambulist magazine. Her book examines the reverse of this fantasy. In addition to monographs focused on specific sociohistorical contexts, he has sustained a strong profile in media theory and philosophy, publishing substantial theoretical essays and introducing the work of important philosophers and media theorists, both French and Japanese. Privacy Notice. She graduated with honors in 2010. Drawing from canonical literary and narrative writings and adjacent forms of cultural expression by figures including Claude McKay, James Baldwin, Frantz Fanon, and Ali Hassan Kuban, “Another Country” traces the North African presence in Black transnational political and cultural work informed by Non-Alignment, pan-Africanism, pan-Arabism, and Third Worldism. Julia Phillips, Producer: The Sting. Her most recent exhibitions were a group show at The Kitchen, 'Dreamers Awake' at White Cube, and the A.I.R. Lamarre studies the history of media, an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary pursuit overlapping with art history, communications, the history of science and technology, and the study of culture. More recently, he has published two books on anime: The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation (University of Minnesota Press, 2009), which shows how technologies of anime production spurred the formation of distinctive lineages of technological thought in Japan of the 1980s and ’90s, and The Anime Ecology: A Genealogy of Television, Animation, and Game Media (University of Minnesota Press, 2018), which builds across domains of inquiry that have been held apart—infrastructures and platforms, social practices, psychological complexes—to offer a new set of conceptual terms for the study of new media and social media. Julia Phillips made history in Hollywood by becoming the first woman to win the Best Picture Oscar for producing the classic The Sting (1973), along with husband and producing partner Michael Phillips and Tony Bill. Julia Phillips was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany. She looks to indentured women who stored their wages in gold and silver bangles and to kept women who exchanged sex and companionship for resources. He is currently developing a new argument that failing to obey a grammatical requirement imposed by a particular word—which would normally result in an ungrammatical sentence—can actually yield a well-formed output if a larger phrase containing that word subsequently undergoes a syntactically triggered process of ellipsis (deletion). Julia Gibbs 773.702.1118 jgibbs@uchicago.edu. Parsard’s book project, “An Illicit Wage: Economies of Sex and the Family after West Indian Emancipation,” explores informal economies in the century after British West Indian emancipation and the start of West Indian indenture. Her exhibitions include Fake Truth at Kunstverein Braunschweig, Germany (2019); the group exhibition Performing Society: The Violence of Gender at Tai Kwun, Hong Kong; Feminist Histories: Artists after 2000 at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brazil; Duro Olowu: Seeing Chicago at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2020); and Failure Detection at MoMA PS1 (2018). Michael Jones, Julia Barrow, David Crook, and Trevor Foulds, eds., The White Book (“Liber Albus”) of Southwell, with contributions from Neil Bettridge, Jean Cameron, Paul Cavill, and Teresa Webber Born 1985 in Hamburg, lives and works in Chicago and Berlin. Julia Phillips was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany. A Fulbright fellow, Julia has written for The New York Times, The Atlantic, and The Paris Review.She lives in Brooklyn. Julia Phillips and Mariana Castillo-Deball (Visual Arts) listed among top artists "helping to define, question, and evolve" the future of sculpture. for art related inquiries please contact: info(at)matthewmarks.com - - - for academic inquiries please contact: juliaphillips(at)uchicago.edu Johnson’s current project is provisionally titled “Forms of Escape: Eighteenth-Century Narratives of Maroons and Marronage.” She has published a translation of “Bras Coupé,” a Francophone short story from Louisiana; a chapter on translation in Caribbean Literature in Transition, volume 1, 1800–1920 (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming); and recent articles in the interdisciplinary journals Portable Gray and Call + Response. Bermúdez received her PhD and MA in linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin. Through the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Parsard traces informal relations of wage earning and the concomitant development of a literary and visual repertoire of figures by which West Indians and Britons registered and thought about these relations. She has researched African Americans’ speech in Bakersfield, California, and Rochester, New York, and she plans to expand this work to Chicago through the Chicagoland Language Project. His work focuses on North African Francophone literature in relation to political, social, and cultural debates in the region and beyond. Julia Phillips was born and raised in Hamburg and is the citizen of Germany and the United States. Johnson holds a PhD in English from the University of California, Berkeley. She relocated to New York in 2013 for graduate school, and has been based there since, while attending several international residency programs, and joining faculty at DoVA in the fall of 2018. Covering a wide range of disciplines and intellectual interests reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of our program, the faculty at the University of Chicago are internationally celebrated artists working at one of the premier research universities in the United States. 155. Her scholarship appears in American Quarterly, Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought, and Small Axe. He was previously a professor at McGill University. Skip to internal navigation, Department of Visual Arts (DOVA) Her latest publication is “Crossing the Saharan Boundary: Lotus and the Legibility of Africanness” (Research in African Literatures, Fall 2019). Julia Phillips (April 7, 1944 – January 1, 2002) was an American film producer and author. Bharti Kher 145. Skip to main content She joined UChicago in 2018 as a Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow after completing a joint PhD in African American studies and American studies at Yale University. Associate Provost and Executive Director of UChicago Arts and the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts. She holds a PhD in American studies and African American studies, with a certificate in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies, from Yale University. She also holds an MFA in creative writing and literary arts from the University of Alaska Anchorage and a BA in English literature from Wells College. Division of the Humanities | The University of Chicago Her sculptures often incorporate body casts alongside mechanical accoutrements, interrogating physical relations as metaphors for social dynamics. Linda Goluch Phillips, AB'74, MD'78, is chief of the division of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. “Mediator” by Julia Phillips. Julia Phillips is the debut author of the nationally bestselling novel Disappearing Earth, which is being published in twenty-three languages and was a finalist for the National Book Award. Julia Phillips, assistant professor in Visual Arts, primarily works with ceramics and metal, creating pieces reminiscent of functional objects. Manager, Film and Technical Operations Lyamlahy’s research interests include contemporary fiction and poetry in French, literary theory, and translation. Laura Steward Curator, Campus and Public Art. Julia Phillips's debut novel, Disappearing Earth, is on sale now. She is particularly interested in nonfiction writers’ experimentation with nontraditional essay structure. Jessica Stockholder 75 Reunion June 2,3,4 1995. Her current book project, “Another Country: Constellations of Blackness in Afro-Arab Cultural Expression,”examines transnational and translational Black literature, narrative, festival, and music to reveal how varying conceptions of Blackness and Black racial, cultural, and political identity are imagined, articulated, and mobilized from their origins in the often tense encounters between Black writers, musicians, activists, and intellectuals from the Americas, Africa, and Europe, and Arabic- or French-speaking North Africans in Egypt, Algeria, and France. Post’s current book project, “Deadpan,” examines performances of inexpression and affective withholding in Black arts and culture, arguing that purposeful withholding is an underappreciated critical tool in Black cultural production. Director. Emilia Justyna Powell, Steven Christian McDowell, Robert O’Brien, Julia Oksasoglu Islam-based legal language and state governance: democracy, strength of the judiciary and human rights, Constitutional Political Economy 54 (Jan 2020). Julia Phillips Provost’s Postgraduate Fellow, Visual Arts. Colonial administrators and observers hoped that wage relations would train Black West Indians not only to be responsible for their affairs but also to form nuclear families. In addition to video and works on paper, Phillips works primarily with ceramics and metal, creating sculptures reminiscent of functional objects that relate to the human body. dova@uchicago.edu. 2009. These exceptional scholars bring fresh perspectives and excellent scholarship to the University. Julia Phillips , Assistant Professor, Department of Visual Arts . King’s research examines the relationship between race, place, and language, studying cross-regional variation in African Americans’ identity and speech. She also collaborated on the project Room with artist Marisa Williamson at Cleveland’s SPACES gallery (May–July 2019). She was also the principal investigator for, and editor of, the Naso Cultural Encyclopedia, a multivolume study undertaken as a collaboration between scholars and the Naso people. He elucidates the rules and principles governing how words (and smaller linguistic units) can and cannot be combined to form larger syntactic units, how these rules and principles do and do not vary across languages, and what their cognitive (and other) underpinnings are. Journal of Urban Affairs 31(4): 461-90. Julia Phillips . Department of Visual Arts Division of the Humanities. Senam Okudzeto 148. Sub­jective constructions of neighborhood boundaries. The University of Chicago ... 5733 S. University Ave. Chicago, IL 60637 (p) 773-702-8063 (e) csrpc@uchicago.edu. Lyamlahy wrote the preface to Abdellatif Laâbi’s complete poetic work and recently coedited a collective volume on Moroccan thinker and writer Abdelkebir Khatibi (Liverpool University Press, 2020). Azeb’s theorization of these cultural and political histories aims to develop an expansive genealogy of North Africa’s contentious mode of belonging to the African diaspora. Miye Nadya Tom, Julia Suárez-Krabbe, and Trinidad Caballero Castro Pedagogy of Absence, Conflict, and Emergence: Contributions to the Decolonization of Education from the Native American, Afro-Portuguese, and Romani Experiences, Comparative Education Review 61, no.S1 S1 (Mar 2017): S121-S145. … Julie Phillips is a Nurse Practitioner Specialist in Chicago, Illinois. In contrast, new materialisms mobilize ontological approaches that stress the experience and use of media. Glazed ceramics, metal structure, granite tiles, slip cast ceramic microphone mesh, Crossing the Saharan Boundary: Lotus and the Legibility of Africanness, Uncovering Heian Japan: An Archaeology of Sensation and Inscription, Tanizaki Jun’ichirō on Cinema and “Oriental” Aesthetics, The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation. Campbell, Elizabeth, Julia R. Henly, Delbert S. Elliott, and Katherine Irwin. Daniel Morgan 773.702.3317 drmorgan@uchicago.edu. Alberto Aguilar 152. Please contact Bonnie Kanter, Student Affairs Administrator at the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality (773-702-2365; bonniek@uchicago.edu) for specific … Alan E. Steinweis and Robert D. Rachlin, eds., The Law in Nazi Germany: Ideology, Opportunism, and the Perversion of Justice; Kim C. Priemel and Alexa Stiller, Reassessing the Nuremberg Military Tribunals: Transitional Justice, Trial Narratives, and Historiography Modern history teaches otherwise. She researches how resistance practices and flight from enslavement by Black and Native individuals in the Caribbean and North America shaped textual and visual production in the colonial period. Before coming to UChicago, Parsard was the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Critical Race Studies at Northwestern University’s Kaplan Institute for the Humanities. Helen Molesworth 150. She asks, “How are African Americans using linguistic resources to construct multidimensional identities, and how do linguistic styles come to be racialized as Black?” In exploring racialized language, her research also aims to address the social and political consequences of this racialization in the courtroom and beyond. Prior to attending Stanford, she received her BA from the University of Rochester, where she majored in linguistics and minored in American Sign Language. After graduating in 2015, she attended the Whitney Program, followed by a residency at Skowhegan, a year-long residency at The Studio Museum in Harlem, and two short residencies at Denniston Hill, upstate New York, and at the Goethe Institut in Salvador, Brazil. Julia Phillips 144. Tony Cokes 153. “Fashion, Microcosm, and Romantic Historical Distance,” in Rethinking Historical Distance: Varieties of Historical Engagement, ed. He received a master’s degree in comparative literature from l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3. She joined UChicago in 2018 as a Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow after completing a joint PhD in African American studies and American studies at Yale University. 1115 East 58th Street | Chicago, IL 60637 UChicago's Division of the Humanities welcomes six new faculty members and nine new Provost's Postdoctoral Fellows this fall. Khalid Lyamlahy, assistant professor in Romance Languages and Literatures, holds a PhD in French and Francophone studies from the University of Oxford (St Anne’s College). Sophia Azeb, assistant professor in English Language and Literature, works at the intersection of Black studies, American studies, and Middle East studies. Pope.L & Dieter Roelstraete 143. In addition to a semester at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, she has attended international residency programs, such as Vila Sul in Salvador, Brazil. 2009. Besides his academic work, Lyamlahy has published a novel, Un Roman Étranger  (Présence Africaine, 2017), and is a regular contributor to literary magazines in France and the United States. Amanda Ross-Ho 146. Instructor(s): J. Phillips Terms Offered: Autumn Prerequisite(s): ARTV 10100, 10200 or 10300 Note(s): Please email Julia Phillips juliaphillips@uchicago.edu with a brief description of how your work relates to a diasporic experience and/or your personal investment in the subject (150-300 words). She has been featured on outlets including The Vocal Fries podcast and Outside the Lines with Rap Genius, discussing topics such as linguistic discrimination, rappers’ linguistic styles, and the history of the word lit. Solo Exhibitions 2020: 'New Album' at Matthew Marks Gallery, NYC 2019: 'Fake Truth' at Kunstverein Braunschweig, Germany She was awarded the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship and obtained her MA and PhD in linguistics from Stanford University. Her creative writing is similarly preoccupied with the effects of formal/performative decisions in communicating—or in failing to communicate—one’s position, identity, or view. Azeb’s writing on sport and politics, and African, African diasporic, and Afro-Arab arts, politics, and cultures, has appeared in the Chimurenga Chronic and on the media blog Africa Is a Country. Leslie Hewitt 151. She also holds an MFA in creative writing and literary arts from the University of Alaska Anchorage and a BA in English literature from Wells College. dova@uchicago.edu. She teaches transnational literary histories of slave and maroon narratives, courses on archival theory and method, as well as the constructions of gender, race, and forms of bondage before 1850, and courses on archival theory and method. Personal homepage . Julia Phillips is the Deputy Director of Methodology for RISC at Argonne National Laboratory. show ‘We Go As They’ at the Studio Museum in Harlem, which now holds her work in its permanent collection. Most recently, Parsard contributed an essay to the Small Axe exhibition catalog, The Visual Life of Social Affliction, about which she spoke at its opening at Art Basel Miami Beach in 2019. We tend to think of citizenship as something that is either offered or denied by a state. Assistant Director. She received her PhD in American Studies and Ethnicity from the University of Southern California and was previously a Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow at New York University. She studied Visual Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Hamburg before attending Columbia's MFA Program. He is now working on a new book project on Moroccan poet Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine. Kaneesha Cherelle Parsard, assistant professor in English Language and Literature, is a cultural critic whose research concerns the legacies of slavery and emancipation in the Caribbean and broader Americas. Zyman’s work has been published in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, in Glossa, and elsewhere. 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