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  • Dante’s Inferno at the Fountain
    Students in ITALIAN 33: Dante’s Divine Comedy in Translation acted out a circle of Dante’s Inferno on Monday, September 18. Dante students acted the roles of the Inferno’s hoarders and squanderers, pushing boulders (aka yoga balls) around the Curtin Hall fountain and demanding, “Why hoard?” and “Why squander?” Thanks, Klotsche Center, for lending us the yoga balls!
  • Pickering-Iazzi in conversation on her latest translation
    On September 20, Prof. Robin Pickering-Iazzi had the opportunity to engage in a lively online conversation of her translation of Maria Rosa Cutrufelli's Tina, Mafia Soldier with Chiara Durrazini (Boston Italian Theater Company), Juliet Grames (Soho Press), and Cutrufelli through I Am Books. Watch the conversation here.
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  • Join the Global Student Alliance!
    The Global Student Alliance is a student organization of both undergraduate and graduate students with a mission to cultivate a vibrant and inclusive community of students dedicated to fostering global awareness, cross-cultural understanding, and sustainable change within our college campus and beyond. Learn more here and get involved!
  • Black Lives Matter UWinteriM Study Abroad now accepting applications!
    Black Lives Matter: A Global Comparative Study in the UK, an award-winning study abroad program, returns in 2024! Join Global Studies affiliated faculty Portia Cobb (Peck School of the Arts) and Ermitte Saint Jacques (African and African Diaspora Studies) in London January 3-17 for an interdisciplinary exploration of the Black British experience. Applications are open … Read more
  • Global Monday Minute
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  • Black Lives Matter: A Global Comparative Study wins GoAbroad Innovation Award
    The Global Studies Program and Study Abroad, along with UK study abroad partners CEA CAPA Education Abroad, have won the 2023 Innovative Study Abroad Program award from for the 2023 UWinteriM Study Abroad course BLM: A Global Comparative Study! GLOBAL 391, Black Lives Matter: A Global Comparative Study, was offered as a team-taught course in … Read more
  • Robin Pickering-Iazzi on the Italian Radio Hour
    On May 4, Prof. Robin Pickering-Iazzi participated in a video interview about her published translation of the non-fiction novel Tina, Mafia Soldier on The Italian Radio Hour of the Istituto Mondo Italiano, now available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and other platforms.
  • 2023 UWM Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society
    Congratulations to all of the 2023 inductees to Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society from UWM, including those from the Department of Global Studies: Emma Lynn Blanchette (French and Linguistics double major) Jennifer Olson (Global Studies major) Abby Schroder (English major, Comparative Literature minor)
  • Global Monday Minute
  • Global Studies alum makes her Milwaukee Film Festival debut
    Congratulations to Amanda Platt ('18, BA Global Studies), an actor in Earlybird, a film that debuted in April 2023 at the Milwaukee Film Festival. Read more about the article here.