61 PR4624 In the 33 essays collected here, academics in film studies, philosophy, and media studies, many from Columbia College Chicago, connect Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's beloved character to the ideas of various Western philosophers such as Spinoza, Kierkegaard, and Kant, and also touch on Eastern philosophy.
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15 /PRNewswire/ -- FUJITSU TEN LIMITED and Columbia College Chicago are co-hosting the "ECLIPSE Master Class" at the College's Conaway Center on Friday, October 29, 2010.
From July 28-31, catch 12 of the Chicago area's most promising artists and their companies at the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago.
Pivotal Learning Events Applying for a Fulbright scholarship and coming to Columbia College Chicago to study youth arts development was another step toward my goal of entering the camp profession.
Mick Dumke, a freelance writer and editor, teaches at Columbia College Chicago.
Abstract This paper is derived from my experience in teaching "Urban Images in Media and Film" at Columbia College Chicago.
COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO CENTER FOR BOOK & PAPER ARTS One of the founders of Fluxus in the early '60, Dick Higgins (1938-98) lived long enough to witness the '90s revival of interest in the movement.
Jones Columbia College Chicago, IL AFTER-TASTE While I generally enjoy your magazine, I found the coverage of the new trend in vegetarian meats ("Where's the Beef?