Lectures

Public Lectures

May 8, Faye Sigman Woman of Valor Lecture Series

May 8, Faye Sigman Woman of Valor Lecture Series

“Nothing Happened: Charlotte Salomon and the Archive of Suicide”

Kief (Kiev) from the AGSL collection at UWM

March 10, UWM faculty roundtable on events in Ukraine

“Ukraine from the Euromaidan to Russian military intervention: Historical context and what’s next”

UWM hosts immigration reform activist Jose Antonio Vargas

UWM hosts immigration reform activist Jose Antonio Vargas

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas speaks on “Define American,” takes place on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the UWM Union.

Cartoonist McGruder to speak at UWM’s Distinguished Lecture Series

Cartoonist McGruder to speak at UWM’s Distinguished Lecture Series

“An Evening with Aaron McGruder, creator of ‘The Boondocks.’”

Gurinder Singh Mann

Oak Creek Shootings and the Sikh Experience

A national expert on the Sikh experience is scheduled to speak at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee about the Sikh Temple shootings in Oak Creek last August. Gurinder Singh Mann, professor of religious studies and Kundan Kaur Kapany Chair of Sikh Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will speak Friday, Nov. 2, at 3 […]

Filmmaker Lee Hirsch takes on story, sources, solutions behind ‘Bully’

Filmmaker Lee Hirsch takes on story, sources, solutions behind ‘Bully’

Documentary filmmaker Lee Hirsch will tell the story of “Bully,” his critically acclaimed film.

George Sugai

Lecture examines school culture and student success

A nationally known educator will discuss how school culture is related to academic achievement at a free public lecture.

David Redlawsk

Discussion will focus on information, emotions and voter decision-making

Political scientist David Redlawsk will discuss the relation among information, emotions and voter decision-making Oct. 12.

Fireside Forum checks “Free Trade and Wisconsin Jobs”

Fireside Forum checks “Free Trade and Wisconsin Jobs”

The Fireside Forum on Foreign Policy continues Tuesday, Feb. 28, with ” Free Trade and Wisconsin Jobs.”

William Holohan

Dean’s Lecture on economic issues facing voters Feb. 15

“The Economic Issues of the 2012 Presidential Election,” featuring UWM Professor William L. Holahan 5:30-6:30 p.m.