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By UWM News on September 6, 2013
AUP 170, 4:30 pm.
This lecture is cosponsored by the Inner Harbor Initiative.
By UWM News on September 6, 2013
Dr. Manuel Fernández-Götz presents on the construction of collective identities through sanctuaries in Iron Age societies.
State of the Marital Union
Josef Rauschecker, Georgetown University, presents in Lubar Hall, Room S185.
Colloquium with Virginia Nazarea, Professor of Anthropology, University of Georgia
“Robustness of Poisson-Boltzmann Binding Free Energies” presented by Dr. Marcia Fenley from Florida State University
C21’s conference will pursue the question of what it means to come “after” extinction in three different but related senses.
Kenneth Bendiner, Professor Emeritus, UWM Department of Art History will present his views on the iconography in Rauschenberg.
presented by //cream city review// featuring poetry, fiction, and non-fiction readings by Jeffrey Allen, Roberto Harrison, and Duriel E. Harris.
SARUP’s Urban Edge Prize 2015 Seminar ‘Resilience & Change’ features presentations by 7 speakers and a discussion on globalizing cities
Tell your Students to Attend!
UWM Associate Lecturer in Printmaking, Gregory Martens, will speak about Rauschenberg’s printing process.
Dr. Kurt Svoboda presents “Nicotine: The bad, the good and the Zebrafish”
A screening of “It was Rape” takes place at 5:00 pm followed by a discussion in NWQ B7578.
Come and watch UWM students compete in the 2nd Annual International Dessert Competition. Individuals and teams will be judged by local professionals.
Lisa Mahoney, DePaul University, discusses material culture that played the most important role in the invention of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Begins on Sunday, Apr. 26, 2-4 pm Friends only, 4-6 pm open to the public.
Enjoy the local premieres of recent, critically-acclaimed Italian films at the 2015 Italian Film Festival USA of Milwaukee.
Interdisciplinary research conference on translation studies; translation as exchange, migration, and mobility, including media circulation and cross-cultural communication.
Colloquium featuring Dr. Justine Shults from the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Come help us celebrate the launch of UWM Professor Jennifer Jordan’s book “Edible Memory: The Lure of Heirloom Tomatoes and Other Forgotten Foods”
Ben Campbell from the Department of Anthropology presents an interactive show for all ages.
The theme is “Drunk Shakespeare” with panel discussion, rare Shakespeare materials, and more.
Jordan Camp, University of Massachusetts-Lowell and Princeton University’s Center for African American Studies.
“Seeing with the Mind as Well as the Eye,” Professor Emeritus Robert Greenler.
“Picturing the World: American Pictorial Maps, 1920-1970,″ Stephen Hornsby, Professor of Geography and Canadian Studies, University of Maine.
“Who Owns Great Ideas? The Untold Story of Human Rights After WWII
A talk and panel discussion on Gamergate by Alexis Dalbey, Steve Cuff, and Rachel Kinnard.
“Picturing the World: American Pictorial Maps, 1920-1970,″ presented by Stephen Hornsby, Professor of Geography and Canadian Studies, University of Maine.
Global Matters: Rauschenberg Prints of the 1970s runs through May 7.
Discussion will focus on why Islam and freedom of speech has become a contentious issue in recent times.