The logo of MLA ’14, featured iconic skyscrapers and Anish Kapoor’s Cloud Gate sculpture. Here is a sampling of what is new in Chicago for MLA ’19.
- . The center is a destination in itself and the information point for docent-led tours.
- andscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh and named after Maggie Daley, a former first lady of Chicago, who died of cancer in 2011. It is east of Millennium Park and connected by the BP Pedestrian Bridge. was designed by l
- , formerly the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, is the first-ever “translational” research hospital. Visitors can see the 1st and 10th floor main lobby areas without prior arrangement.
During the meeting, the “” exhibit (April 8–Aug. 10, 2019) will be at the Chicago History Museum in advance of next year’s opening of Chicago Blues Experience Museum. The renovated old , on Michigan Avenue, and in Jackson Park near University of Chicago’s campus are all underway. We hope you see them during the next MLA in Chicago.