Events Archive

"Ukraine from the Euromaidan to Russian Military Intervention: Historical Context and What's Next"

A roundtable discussion with UWM Russian and Eastern European Studies faculty;

  • Shale Horowitz, Political Science
  • Neal Pease, History
  • Joe Peschio, Foreign Language and Literature
  • John Reuter, Political Science
  • Jeff Sommers, Africology and Global Studies
  • Moderated by Christine Evans, History

Monday, March 10, 7-9 pm
American Geographic Society Library (Golda Meir Library, 3rd Floor East)

Historical maps of the region from the AGSL collection will be available for viewing

Maps and America: Arthur Holzheimer Lecture Series at the American Geographical Society Library

"Yankee Surveyors in Imperial Waters: The Perry Expedition to Japan”
Professor John Schroeder
Tuesday, April 28, 2009 at 6:00 pm.
3rd fl. east, Golda Meir Library; reception to precede at 5:00 pm

Spring History Department Friday Afternoon Symposium Series

1:30pm in Holton Hall, Room 341

Friday, April 24
“Confessions of a Male Prostitute: Confessions of a Society”
Mollie Bodin
MA student in History

“D.I.Y. Democracy: Punk Rock Institutions in the United States”
Dawson Barrett
PhD student in History

Friday, April 17
"Racists or Humanists?: Genre Artists Paint African-Americans, 1700 to 1890."
Victor Green
Professor Emeritus

Friday, April 10
White Slavery and the Age of Consent: Narratives of Forced Prostitution and the Regulation of Female Youth Sexuality in the U.S., 1886-1917"
Laura Luepke
MA student in History

"American May Not Perish! The Italian-American Fight against the Ku Klux Klan in the Mahoning Valley"
Ashley Zampogna
PhD candidate in History