Latest Past Events

Lecture on Gambling and the Civil Service in 19th Century China

Betting on the Civil Service Examinations in Nineteenth-Century China: How was it possible and why did it matter? En LiAssistant Professor in HistoryUniversity of Texas in Dallas 2:30-3:30 pm CST, Wednesday, Oct 18, 2023Holton Hall 341, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee For... Read more

Media, Technology, and Society in Late Imperial China

From 2:00-3:30pm 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... Read more

From Roe to Dobbs: The End of Legal Abortion

From 5:00-6:30pm 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... Read more