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Events

The UW-Green Bay Libraries' provide not only information resources to meet the needs of our community, but we also strive to be an intellectual and cultural asset for the University and Northeast Wisconsin through the events and programming we provide. 
 

Upcoming Events

2021-09-13.pngSeptember 7 - 17, 2021 (all day / 3rd floor of the Cofrin Library)
The Day that Changed the World - Poster Exhibit - The UW-Green Bay Libraries are participating in Sept. 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the Worldan educational exhibition that presents the history of 9/11, its origins, and its ongoing implications through the personal stories of those who witnessed and survived the attacks. Told across 14 posters, this exhibition includes archival photographs and images of artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collection. The exhibit will be available in the Cofrin Library 3rd floor on the Green Bay campus, as well as in the libraries on the Marinette and Sheboygan campuses. Click here to learn more.

2021-09-23.pngSeptember 23, 2021 (6:00 pm - 7:00 pm / CL 304 or via Zoom)
Learning From History - History has come to the forefront of cultural debates, recently, in everything from monuments and statues to the character of education. The UWGB Libraries are collaborating with the UWGB History faculty for a book discussion series on history and memory in contemporary culture.  This series will be available both in-person and virtually. Click here to learn more.

2021-09-29.pngSeptember 29, 2021 (12:15 pm - 1:00 pm / via Teams)
Inclusive Reads & Conversations with the UWGB Libraries 
- This month's discussion leader is Jillian Jacklin, Visiting Lecturer in Democracy & Justice Studies. This month's read is: "Queer Precarity and the Myth of Gay Affluence." Click here for more information about this series or to register.

2021-09-29.pngSeptember 29, 2021 (5:00 - 6:30 pm / Christie Theatre, University Union)
Stories From the Archives: The Great Peshtigo Fire presented by Katen Humiston. Stories from the Archives highlights a wide variety of research projects based upon historical materials held by the UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center Department. The focus for this event is the 150th anniversary of the Great Peshtigo Fire and its personal stories. Click here for more information.

2021-10-21.pngOctober 21, 2021 (6:00 pm - 7:00 pm / CL 304 or via Zoom)
Learning From History - History has come to the forefront of cultural debates, recently, in everything from monuments and statues to the character of education. The UWGB Libraries are collaborating with the UWGB History faculty for a book discussion series on history and memory in contemporary culture.  This series will be available both in-person and virtually. Click here to learn more.

2021-10-27.pngOctober 27, 2021 (12:15 pm - 1:00 pm / via Teams)
Inclusive Reads & Conversations with the UWGB Libraries 
- This month's discussion leaders are Dinesh Yadav and Kristin Espinar. More information and registration link available soon.

2021-11-11.pngNovember 11, 2021 (6:00 pm - 7:00 pm / CL 304 or via Zoom)
Learning From History - History has come to the forefront of cultural debates, recently, in everything from monuments and statues to the character of education. The UWGB Libraries are collaborating with the UWGB History faculty for a book discussion series on history and memory in contemporary culture.  This series will be available both in-person and virtually. Click here to learn more.

2021-11-17.pngNovember 17, 2021 (12:15 pm - 1:00 pm / via Teams)
Inclusive Reads & Conversations with the UWGB Libraries 
- This month's discussion leader is Kathleen Ratteree. More information and registration link available soon.

2021-11-30.pngNovember 30, 2021 (11:00 am - 12:00 noon / CL 304 or via Zoom)
Learning From History: Statues, Race, and the Value of History
 - In addition to the book discussions available throughout the fall semester, the UWGB Libraries are also hosting a panel discussion on the value of history. Join UWGB faculty Heidi Sherman, Mark Karau, David Voelker, and Jillian Jacklin, as they discuss the impact of history and memory in contemporary culture. Click to register for this discussion.