UW–Madison will fly the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation at Bascom Hall for more than six weeks this fall, including Indigenous Peoples Day in October and the entirety of National Native American Heritage Month in November.
Ho-Chunk Nation flag to fly on campus multiple weeks this fall
UW–Madison will fly the flag of the Ho-Chunk Nation at Bascom Hall for more than six weeks this fall, including Indigenous Peoples Day and throughout Native American Heritage Month.
Honoring Ho-Chuck Heritage: Alumni Association spotlights ‘Stories of Teejop’
In June, alumni and friends gathered along the shores of Lake Mendota for a special Wisconsin Idea Spotlight. “Ho-Chunk Land — Stories of Teejop” was named for the Ho-Chunk word for the area that is …
Wisconsin Idea Spotlight: Ho-Chunk land — Stories of Teejop
The Ho-Chunk Nation has lived on Teejop — the land on which UW–Madison currently sits — for thousands of years. During the Wisconsin Idea Spotlight: Ho-Chunk Land — Stories of Teejop, panelists discussed the importance …
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.