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.
Experiences in LGBTQ+ and BIPOC representation in the UW–Madison Archives
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.
School of Medicine and UW Health host ‘Trace the Line’ film screening and conversation
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 …
Division of Extension to host Native November Speaker Series
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.