Calendar of Events

Spring 2011 (ARCHIVED)

Friday, January 28, 2011
Open Forum
Bring your ideas and suggestions for future C21 public programming, such as lectures, symposia, and conferences, as well as your ideas for future research themes.

1:00 pm Curtin Hall 118
A symposium with Laura DeNardis (Yale), and UWM faculty Sandra Braman (Communication) and Richard Grusin (C21, English). Moderated by Michael Zimmer (SOIS).

Streamed live through the School of Information Science's website:

2:00 pm Curtin Hall 175
Co-sponsored by UWM's Center for Information Policy Research (CIPR) and the School of Information Studies (SOIS)
Friday, February 18, 2011
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A performance and conference on distance and interaction in music, organized by Matthew Burtner, C21 Provost Fellow.
Co-sponsored by PSOA Unruly Music

NOMADS (Network-Operational Mobile Applied Digital System)
Participatory Colloquium and Performance
3:30 pm Curtin Hall 175

Bring your laptop to join in an interactive group performance!

With Interactive Media Research Group/IMRG (UVA); Chris Chafe (Stanford), via Skype; and Scott Deal (IUPUI). Panel discussion moderated by Christopher Burns (UWM).

Telematic Concert
7:00 pm Music Recital Hall

Telematic interactive performances between UWM and UVA, IUPUI/Indianapolis, CCRMA/Stanford, and UMKC/Kansas City, featuring music and performances by Burtner, Chafe, Deal, Michael Drews (IUPUI), Aurie Hsu (UVA), IMRG, IUPUI Telematic Collective, Steven Kemper (UVA), John Mayhood (UVA), MICE (UVA), MiLO (UWM), Chryssie Nanou (Stanford), RAT (UMKC), and David Topper (UVA). Featured performers in the IUPUI Telematic Collective include Chuiyaun Meng, technical director; Nick Hartgrove, percussion; Brendon Rhia, Kara Commons, and Ben Rogge, technical support; and Margaret Dolinsky, VRT Navigation.
Friday, February 25, 2011
Heather Love (English, University of Pennsylvania)
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Catherine Malabou (Philosophy, Université Paris, Nanterre)
Friday, March 4, 2011
Jacalyn Harden (Anthropology, Wayne State)
21st Century Wish Dreams: Seattle, Detroit, and the Recalcitrant Anthropologist
a lecture

3:30 pm Curtin 175
Co-sponsored by UWM Department of Anthropology

Friday, April 1, 2011
Lauren Berlant (English, University of Chicago)
The Desire for the Political
a lecture

3:30 pm Curtin 175
Co-sponsored by the UWM Department of English
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Paolo Ruffino (Goldsmiths College, University of London)
IOCOSE: The Future is a Reconstruction
a screening and talk

3:00 pm Curtin 175
Co-sponsored by UWM's Peck School of the Arts (PSOA)
Friday, April 22, 2011
Anna Vemer Andrzejewski (Art History, UW-Madison)
Midwestern Modernism: "Wrightification" and Domestic Architecture in Madison, Wisconsin, 1930-1970
a lecture

4:30 pm Architecture and Urban Planning (AUP) 170
2131 E Hartford Ave
Co-sponsored by UWM School of Architecture and Urban Planning (SARUP) and buildings-landscapes-cultures (blc) initiative
Organized by UWM faculty Merry Wiesner-Hanks (History) and UWM staff Kate Kramer (C21), with Rachel Breunlin (New Orleans), Elizabeth Currid-Halkett (USC), Emanuela Guano (Georgia State), Jennifer Geigel Mikulay (Alverno), Carl Nightingale (SUNY-Albany), and Janet Zweig (Artist, Brooklyn)

9:00 am - 5:00 pm Curtin Hall 175
co-sponsored by the UWM Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures Initiative, Peck School of the Arts, Urban Studies Program, and the Departments of Anthropology and History
All events are free and open to the public
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