Events

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.

April 17, Geography Colloquium

Mick Day from UWM presents in the AGS Library located inside of the Golda Meir Library at 2:30 pm.

April 18, Urban Studies Programs’ 20th Annual Student Research Forum

The event showcases research projects on a wide variety of topics done by students in UWM’s Urban Studies Programs

April 20, Center for Jewish Studies Lecture

Rachel Baum from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature considers important trends in Holocaust education.

March 24, On Public Health

“Evaluation of Environmental Health in Developing Rural Peru: Novel Translational Approaches,” Dr. Curtis Hedman and Paula North

March 26, Public History and Reparations: Social Mobilization and the Legacy of Slavery in the African Diaspora Today

Stephen Small from the University of California, Berkeley, is the guest speaker.

March 26, Oedipus at Colonus: A reading of a new translation

Hear a reading of Professor Emeritus David Mulroy’s translation of “Oedipus at Colonus.”

March 26, SARUP special event

“MASTERcrit Public Review” of work undertaken by MASTERcrit studio with MASTERcritics Hilary Sample + Michael Meredith.

March 27, Biological Sciences Colloquium

Michael Laiosa, Zilber School of Public Health, presents “Fetal hematopoietic stem cells are the canaries in the coal mine”