UWM’s Academic Adventurers is a continuing series of informal Friday afternoon programs which give members of the UWM community the opportunity to hear about their colleagues adventures abroad and afield.
Talks begin at 3 p.m. in the American Geographical Society Library, third floor, east wing of the Golda Meir Library.
A reception with light refreshments, sponsored by the Friends of the Golda Meir Library, accompanies each talk. For more information or to arrange for special needs, call 414-229-6282.
September 23, 2016
Gabrielle Verdier, Professor Emerita, Department of French UWM & Juan-Marcos Rodríguez-Luis
“The Great Red Island: Rediscovering Madagascar”
October 21, 2016
Ann Hanlon, Head of Digital Collections and Initiatives UWM Libraries & Marcy Bidney, Curator, AGSL
“Discovering Wisconsin and the World in the Digital Public Library of America”
February 10, 2017
Julie Kline, Associate Director, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Jeanette Martin, LGBT Resource Center, and Alida Cardós Whaley, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
“I continue speaking my language: filming and producing a documentary sequel on the Maya Movement in Guatemala”
March 10, 2017
Michael Martin, Adjunct Professor, Urban Studies, UWM “Incidents of Travel in Cuba: One Academic’s Quest to Build Bridges in a Post-Cold War Era”
A list of past Academic Adventurers lecturers is available for viewing.
To receive email updates about Academic Adventure lectures, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject : AA updates.