[Cancelled] UWM’s Academic Adventurers
February 4 @ 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
***THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED***
Presented by Dr. Margaret Noodin, Director, UWM Electa Quinney Institute and professor of English.
In collaboration with the Emile H. Mathis Art Gallery at UWM, the Academic Adventurers lectures, sponsored by the American Geographical Society Library, this year will focus on the Mathis’ current exhibit, Hostile Terrains.
The opening to the Mathis Gallery’s installation of Hostile Terrains connects us with the community fabric – how we can center ourselves, work with and support one another and approach this work with reverence and care.
Hostile Terrains examines the intersection of space, policy and violence in and around the United States. This exploration is catalyzed by the Hostile Terrain 94 installation, authored by the Undocumented Migration Project and directed by anthropologist Jason De Leon of UCLA.
At UWM’s Mathis Gallery, the installations in the exhibit analyze hostile landscapes in and around Milwaukee from the perspective of immigration, Native People, African Americans, reproductive justice, and the Covid-19 pandemic, among others.
The objective of the exhibit is to center and amplify the voices of the silenced, reveal the invisible injustices embedded in our landscapes, and to cultivate connections between allies and organizations fighting for rights in and beyond Milwaukee.
The Hostile Terrains exhibit is open to the public in the Emile H. Mathis Art Gallery on UWM’s campus M-Th 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. through February 10, 2022.
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.
UWM’s Academic Adventurers talks begin at 3 p.m. in the American Geographical Society Library, third floor, east wing of the Golda Meir Library, 2311 E. Hartford Ave., Milwaukee.
A reception with light refreshments accompanies each talk. For more information or to arrange for special needs, call 414-229-6282.