Events

May 8, Furrow Release Party

2014 edition of Furrow, UWM’s undergrad literary journal.

Harvard expert discusses prison policy April 26

Harvard expert discusses prison policy April 26

Bruce Western speaks on “Reform, Redemption and Mass Incarceration.”

Apr. 27, Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys: American Stories

Book discussion at Islamic Resource Center, 5235 S. 27th St., of “The Butterfly Mosque: A Young American Woman’s Journey to Love and Islam” by G. Willow Wilson.

April 25, 6th Annual Shakespeare Birthday Celebration: “We Few, We Happy Few”

Featuring Jim Tasse from UWM Theatre Dept., brief performances, rare Shakespeare materials, birthday cake and more.

UWM conference looks at a world “After Capitalism” April 25-26

UWM brings together an international group of scholars to analyze the possibilities and potentials of the time after capitalism.

April 29, South African Freedom Day Program

Join South African Consul General Vuyiswa Tulelo, UWM Provost Johannes Britz and Alderman Joe Davis o for an evening of reflection, review and preparing for the
future.

May 1, Just in Time Job Fair

All majors welcome! Over 60 employers attending.

April 29, South African Freedom Day Program

Join South African Consul General Vuyiswa Tulelo, Provost Johannes Britz
and Alderman Joe Davis

April 23, Directions in Digital Humanities

Presented by Thomas Haigh, Associate Professor, UWM School of Information Studies.

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”