Chicago reviewed: DePaul professor’s New York Times article gets national spotlight

Rachel Shteir is not apologizing for calling out Chicago in a review of three Chicago-focused books published by The New York Times. While critiquing the books, the head of dramaturgy at The Theatre School insisted Chicago has “fallen short” of becoming the world-class city of its dreams. Pride, corruption, location and the city’s strong reluctance to accept criticism hamper possible growth, Shteir argued.

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