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November 07, 2010


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Eric Fink

Among the best classes I ever took as a grad student at U Chicago was a seminar about the 1893 Fair (the 100th anniversary of which was then approaching). The professor took us on a tour of Fair remains in Jackson Park. While there is a good body of scholarship on the fair, I've never seen any from a legal perspective. One possible subject, for legal scholars interested in race & ethnicity, might be the ethnographic "villages" that were part of the Midway attractions.

Tanya Marsh

Devil in the White City is a great book. After reading it, I took an architectural boat tour in Chicago -- it totally changed the way I experience Chicago!

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