Julie Otsuka is the author of the award-winning novel “When the Emperor Was Divine,” which tells the story of the incarceration of a Japanese American family during World War II.
Friends of UW–Madison Libraries will host a virtual event on how marginalized communities are — or are not — included in historical archives. Panelists uniquely qualified to discuss the question will participate in “Archival Reflections: Can You See Yourself?” April 20 at 6 p.m. on YouTube. Registration not required.
All SMPH and UW Health faculty, staff, employees, learners and alumni are invited to a virtual film screening and conversation of Alejandro Miranda Cruz’s film “Trace the Line.” This event is co-hosted by SMPH and …
The series will feature speakers examining different aspects of Indigenous life, language, culture and history every Monday from 10 a.m. to noon during November.