Events

Sept. 19, Digital Pedagogy Brown Bag

Presented by Amanda Seligman, Associate Professor, UWM Dept. of History. Sponsored by the UWM Digital Humanities Lab.

Sept. 3, Reception for Jan Karski Exhibit “The World Knew”

Featuring a talk by UWM History Professor Neal Pease at 6:30 p.m.

When a house is more than a home

When a house is more than a home

“The Uncertainty of Enclosure” comes to INOVA June 6

The Fine Arts Quartet: (L-R) Ralph Evans, Efim Boico,  Robert Cohen, Juan-Miguel Hernandez

Fine Arts Quartet presents Summer Evenings of Music in June

The dates are Sundays, June 1, 8, 22 and 29. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts.

Summerdances 2014: ‘Lineage’

Summerdances 2014: ‘Lineage’

The concert features new works by dance faculty Ferne Bronson, Maria Gillespie, Elizabeth Johnson and Dani Kuepper.

May 29, Get Aboard the Agape: Richard R. Pieper, Sr. & Friends Share Stories of their Voyage Around the Globe!

A presentation in the American Geographical Society Library, sponsored by the UWM Libraries and Friends of the Golda Meir Library.

May 2, The Scholar and the Library Lecture Series

An artist’s talk presented by Helene Fischman, on her work featured in the exhibit “Art from the Ashes: Finding Light in the Shadow of the Shoah.”

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.