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April 23, 2014Hull-House Museum explores the right to play
Exhibit shows the role of recreation in social change
March 2, 2014Oscar-nominated film focuses attention on serious topic
No gold statuette, but much praise for “Prison Terminal”
October 22, 2013Promoting a more leisurely museum experience
Jane Addams Hull-House hits ‘pause’ with Slow Museum project
September 17, 2013Hull-House turns to ‘Slow Museum’ programs
Grant offers respite from fast entertainment
March 19, 2013Hull-House Museum honored for creativity
“Unfinished Business” links current and past activism in domestic labor.
December 6, 2012Spotlight on early home economics
An interactive exhibition that demonstrates Jane Addams’ legacy for domestic life and public health will mark Jane Addams Day Dec. 10 at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum.
December 6, 2012Hull-House Museum opens exhibition on Jane Addams Day, Dec. 10
An interactive exhibition that demonstrates Jane Addams’ legacy for domestic life and public health will mark Jane Addams Day Dec. 10 at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
October 24, 2012James Cracraft details encounter between ‘two shining souls’
Jane Addams thought so highly of Leo Tolstoy that she traveled all the way to Russia just to spend a few hours with him. Historian James Cracraft documents the story of their mutual admiration in his new book.
March 23, 2012Hull-House Museum Opens Free Art Lending Library
The Jane Addams Hull-House Museum at the University of Illinois at Chicago has revived and elaborated on a service once offered by Addams herself — an art lending library.