Feb 07
Room 212, University Club Building
432 E. Campus Mall
11:00 AM Black Arts + Data Futures

Walter Kitundu

MacArthur Genius Fellow and Lecturer, Art Institute of Chicago
Natural Science: an Intimate Research Salon Discussing Nature, Sculpture, and Turntable Art

MacArthur Genius Fellow Walter Kitundu will discuss his work as a disruptor-educator, teaching students from the sciences, humanities, and arts how to build 21st-century instruments using “pre-modern” techniques and values. This talk will be an intimate discussion and presage his 5pm talk for the Art Department's Visiting Artist Colloquium

RSVP to rroyston@wisc.edu

The BADF is a collective of faculty, staff, graduate students and researchers engaging with historical and strategic techniques of African/diasporic resilience that move beyond the states of crisis. These discussions are open to like-minded interdisciplinary scholars, willing to collaborate and dialog in an intimate environment.

Borghesi-Mellon Workshops

Madeline H. Caviness

Representations in the Middle Ages of Ethnic, Cultural and Physiological Difference, and Their Social Significance Then and Now
Emerita, Department of English, Tufts University
Oct 26
Hagen Room, Room 150, Department of Art History, Conrad A. Elvehjem Building
800 University Avenue
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Thinking Race: Migration, Representation, Appropriation in the Middle Ages and Beyond

Madeline H. Caviness

From Magdeburg to Charlottesville via Munich
Emerita, Department of English, Tufts University
Oct 26
Conrad Elvehjem Building, L150
800 University Avenue
4:00 PM Thinking Race: Migration, Representation, Appropriation in the Middle Ages and Beyond

Displaced Horizons

Multimedia Project
Oct 27
Gallery 7, 7th Floor Room 7240, George L. Mosse Humanities Building
455 North Park Street 
6:30 PM Terra Incognita Art Series