Past Events

February 25, 2022 – 2021 Business Writing Awards Ceremony

The 2021 Business Writing Award Ceremony will be on Friday, February 25th. Congratulations to all the winners! Live Stream Link: https://lubar.mediasite.com/.../54ff43e00ed2406eab7c692f6...

*Canceled* 04/23/2020 – Earth is Faster Now: Arctic Indigeneity

“The Earth is Faster Now” Arctic Indigeneity and the Timescales of Climate Change with Hester Blum (Penn State) This talk discusses the timescales of ice and of Indigenous knowledge in the Arctic. Human time on Earth is often measured by...

05/13/2020 – Furrow 2020 Virtual Release Party

It's begun! Countdown to our #FurrowReleaseParty! We're hosting a celebration of our 2020 edition on May 13th from 6-7 pm on Zoom! 🥳 The party will include a live host and featured readings from some of the authors. We hope you’ll...

Eat Local :: Read Local

This year's annual Eat Local::Read Local reading is coming up soon!-- Through Eat Local::Read Local, UWM bridges the gap between local restaurants and local writers in order to connect with more of the community through poetry. We distribute printed poems...

2/25/2021 – Hester Blum, “A Humanist in the Northwest Passage”

Hester Blum (Penn State): Annual Literature and Cultural Theory program lecture events, February 25-26. A full schedule of events: Please email Mark Netzloff (netzloff@uwm.edu) for zoom links for all events. Thursday, 2/25, 3:30-5:00, public lecture: “A Humanist in the Northwest Passage,”...

10/03/2019 – United We Read: Seth Copeland, Maria Ortiz, Amanda Reavey, and Valerie Laken

United We Read: Seth Copeland, Maria Ortiz, Amanda Reavey, and Valerie Laken Thursday, October 3rd, 7:30-9:30 pm Riverwest Public House United We Read is Plan C’s student-faculty reading series that takes place is venues throughout the community. It’s a wonderful opportunity to...

Valerie Laken, Sukanya Banerjee, Brenda Cárdenas, and Liam Callanan Receive Faculty Teaching Awards

Congratulations to the recipients of this year's faculty teaching awards. These colleagues were selected in recognition of their exceptional record of teaching as well as broader contributions to our department.  The members of the merit committee who reviewed teaching materials (A. Martin, Moulthrop,...