Apr 4, 2013
What's on the
Reader's Agenda for Thursday, April 3, 2013
by Drew Hunt
Do This, Arts, Fete Chicago, Dose Market, Fete Night Market, Uncanned Music, Be Blocks, Ruxbin, Panozzo’s Italian Market, Columbia College, Citywide Undergraduate Poetry Festival, St. Luke's Lutheran Church of Logan Square, Queer Contra Dance Chicago, New England
Lit & Lectures,
Feb 26, 2013
Christine Walley's memoir and academic treatise examines the first of the southeast Chicago steel mills to shut down—and its effect on the life of her father.
by Sam Worley
Book Review, Exit Zero: Family and Class in Postindustrial Chicago, Christine Walley, Wisconsin Steel, Lake Calumet, Superfund, Lake Michigan, Indiana, Charles Walley, Appalachia, New England, MIT, Beryl Satter, Family Properties, Cheryl Johnson, Altgeld Gardens, Hegewisch, autoethnography, East Chicago, Indiana, Lakshmi Mittal, Chris Boebel
Nov 10, 2010
Katrina Browne uncovers the roots and the psychic consequences of her ancestors' enormous slave trading empire in the documentary "Traces of the Trade: A Story of the Deep North," in four free screenings in Chicago and the west suburbs starting Thursday.
by Ed M. Koziarski
Film, Free Shit, Swag, slavery, Ghana, Rhode Island, New England, Cuba, Havana, James DeWolf, senator, sugar, rum, Traces of the Trade, Story of the Deep North, Katrina Browne, John Marshall Law School, Trinity Episcopal Church, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Lutheran School of Theology, Video