What’s in a Name? Charles Van Hise and the history of eugenics at UW–Madison

The University Committee on Disability Access and Inclusion (CDAI) held a discussion with Kacie Lucchini Butcher, director of the Public History Project, to reckon with the history of eugenics support at UW–madison on Thursday, Nov. 3, at Union South.

April 12 lecture to explore the significance of the Ho-Chunk Nation in American History

In this Focus on the Humanities lecture, Prof. Stephen Kantrowitz will explore what the Ho-Chunk people’s struggle against and victory over efforts to expel them mean for our understanding of American history.