Events

May 1, Communication Colloquium

State of the Marital Union

April 26, Inventing the Latin Kingdom: Art and Architecture during the Crusades

Lisa Mahoney, DePaul University, discusses material culture that played the most important role in the invention of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem.

April 14, Women’s Studies Brown Bag

Erin Kaheny leads a discussion on “Diversity, Stereotypes, and Attorneys”

April 8, “Digital Humanities in the iSchool: Opportunities and Challenges”

Talk by Tanya Clement, Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin.

April 9, “Digital Humanities in the iSchool: Opportunities and Challenges” Roundtable Discussion

Led by Tanya Clement, Associate Professor, University of Texas at Austin.

April 10, Neurohumanities Forum – A Year of the Humanities Event

Join us for a discussion with three leading scholars whose work bridges the gap between the scientific and the humanistic study of the mind.

April 10, Mathematical Sciences Colloquium featuring Dr. Kurt Helmes

April 10, Mathematical Sciences Colloquium featuring Dr. Kurt Helmes

Dr. Kurt Helmes, Professor of Operations Research, from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

April 13, In Search of the Sacred Book: Religion and the Novel in Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude

A lecture honoring Gabriel García Márquez one year after his passing, presented by Aníbal González-Pérez, Yale University.

April 15,  Made in Milwaukee: the Economic Roots of Brewtown

April 15, Made in Milwaukee: the Economic Roots of Brewtown

From beers to gears and from hides to Harleys, John Gurda will offer a colorful look at the people and products that have made Milwaukee famous.

April 15, Garden of the Heart’s Desire: The Art of Persian Textiles

Iranian artist Mahin Ghanbari presents on Persian textiles.