From Roe to Dobbs: The End of Legal Abortion

Thursday, November 17 2022 5:00pm - 6:30pm

Zoom

From 5:00pm-6:30pm on Nov. 17, Rutger University’s Johanna Schoen will give an online lecture on the history and post-Roe status of reproductive rights. The event is co-sponsored by the History Department, History Graduate Students Association, LGTBQ Studies, the LGBTQ+ Resource Center, Women’s & Gender Studies, the Women’s Center, and Cultures & Communities. Advance registration is required and can be accessed via the QR code below or the Zoom meeting link here.

Roe to Dobbs: The End of Legal Abortion

Media, Technology, and Society in Late Imperial China

Friday, November 18 2022 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Zoom

From 2:00pm-3:30pm on Nov. 18, UWM’s “Asia in Conversation” series will offer an online roundtable about printing, paper-based media, and books in Chinese culture and society from the 1500s through the early-1900s.

The event will feature the History Department’s Xin Yu, who will discuss his work on family albums, print technology, and related topics. The event is sponsored by the UWM Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and William F. Vilas Trust.

Open to the public. Advance registration is required.
You may access the Zoom link here and fill out the information to register. You may also access the Zoom link via the QR code below or in the PDF file here.

Contact huang32@uwm.edu with questions.

Asia in Conversation QR code

Asia in Conversation flyer

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