Dan Bouk, “Democracy and Data / The Statistical Lives of Elbertie Foudray”

Orchard Room, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
@ 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

“Democracy and Data/The Statistical Lives of Elbertie Foudray” Dan Bouk, Colgate University The Haller Lecture Fund and the Department of Community & Environmental Sociology present Dan Bouk, Professor of History at Colgate University, former Faculty …

Stephen Houlgate, “Hegel, Danto and the End of Art”

Hagen Room, Elvehjem 150
@ 5:30 pm

“Hegel, Danto and the End of Art” Stephen Houlgate (University of Warwick) We will discuss a paper by Professor Houlgate for this talk.  Please contact Viren Murthy (vmurthy2@wisc.edu) or Daniel Spaulding (dmspaulding@wisc.edu) for the paper. …

Beth Bailey, War in Society and Culture Program Lecture

Pyle Center 232
@ 4:00 pm

“An Army Afire: How the U.S. Army Confronted Its Racial Crisis in the Vietnam Era” Beth Bailey (University of Kansas) Even as US troops fought in Vietnam, Black and white soldiers battled each other in …

Stephen Houlgate, “Hegel, Spinoza and the Future of Critical Philosophy”

Curti Lounge, 5233 Humanities Building
@ 4:00 pm

“Hegel, Spinoza and the Future of Critical Philosophy” Stephen Houlgate (University of Warwick) “In this lecture, I will consider the different ways in which Kant and Hegel understand what it means to think critically about our most …

Stephen Houlgate, “Civil Society & its Discontents: Hegel on Poverty”

4308 Sewell Building
@ 5:30 pm

“Civil Society & its Discontents: Hegel on Poverty” Stephen Houlgate (University of Warwick) Cosponsored by Borghesi Mellon Workshop for Hegel and Social Theory, University Lectures Fund, The Goldberg Center, Department of History, Department of Philosophy

George L. Mosse Program Event: Pamela H. Smith

This event is a webinar.
@ 1:00 pm
Register via Zoom

“From Lived Experience to the Written Word: Reconstructing Practical Knowledge in Early Modern World” Pamela H. Smith, Columbia University Comment: Professor Alice M. Goff (University of Chicago) Chair: Professor Michael Martoccio (University of Wisconsin-Madison) In …

Doria Dee Johnson Lecture in History & Social Justice

Pyle Center, Auditorium Room 121, 702 Langdon St.
@ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

To attend this event virtually, join us via Zoom at https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/95629916725 “On Racial Capitalism (Redux)” Walter Johnson, Harvard University Winthrop Professor of History and Professor of African American Studies Walter Johnson grew up in Columbia, Missouri, and …

Lecture by Chloe Ireton

University Club Room 212
@ 4:00 pm

“Defining Freedom: Infrastructures of Black Political Knowledge in the Early Spanish Atlantic” Professor Chloe Ireton, Department of History, University College London This talk explores the development of diverse infrastructures of Black political knowledge in the …

Shermans, and Tigers, and T-34s, Oh My! Playing Pretend and Playing WWII

Pyle Center, Room 209, 702 Langdon St.
@ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Historian Jeremy Best will discuss his research on the history of wargaming and historical memory of World War II and the Holocaust. As a prelude to playing some modern wargames, he will discuss the implications …