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University Place lecture series.
Voices from the Heart of the Land
The experiences of growing up around Arena township in southern Wisconsin.
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If Trees Could Talk
Join R. Bruce Allison to imagine what they would say, if trees could talk.
Special | 44m 59s
American Women in Environmental History
Join Nancy C. Unger for a look at women environmental activists in American history.
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Wisconsin and the Shaping of American Law
Joseph A. Ranney examines the influences that have shaped Wisconsin’s laws.
Special | 41m 16s
Milwaukee's First Mexican Community
Sergio González shares the history of the Mexican community in Milwaukee in the 1920s.
Special | 38m 19s
Fran and Frederick Hamerstrom
Susan Tupper describes the work of wildlife conservationists Fran and Fredrick Hamerstrom.
Special | 38m 35s
Collecting Civil Rights Manuscripts During the 1960's
Michael Edmonds explores the civil rights movement archives in Wisconsin.
Special | 42m 25s
Reforming The Presidential Election Process
David Canon speaks on reforming the nation's president nomination and election process.
Special | 1h 16m 28s
Lizzie Kander and Her Cookbook
Stories about Lizzie Kander, Milwaukee's early 20th century culinary wonder.
Special | 30m 27s
Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South
Mark Speltz shares photos of unrest in northern cities during the 1960s Civil Rights era.
Special | 56m 46s
A History of Courtship and Weddings, 1830-1990
Leslie Bellais explores the trends in courtship and marriage traditions.
Special | 47m 26s
The Walleye War and Its Aftermath
Larry Nesper discusses the conflicts that broke out over Ojibwe spearfishing in the 1980s.
Special | 40m
German Immigrants and WWI
Stephanie Golightly Lowden explores the anti-German attitudes prevalent during World War I
Special | 37m 37s
Making Fast Food
Explore America's infatuation with fast foods.
Special | 37m 27s
Gaylord Nelson and Earth Day
Bill Christofferson discusses Gaylord Nelson: Governor, U.S. Senator and environmentalist.
Special | 37m 53s
Yi-Fu Tuan explores the relationship of geography to human nature.
Special | 46m 54s
Old Maps, New Stories
Susan Krueger discusses the histories of the maps at the Wisconsin Historical Society.
Special | 22m 58s
Wisconsin Ice Cream Production
Learn about Wisconsin ice cream production at Babcock Hall.
Special | 49m 6s
Ship Captain’s Daughter
Ann Lewis reflects on growing up in the family of a Great Lakes shipping captain.
Special | 38m 36s
A Social History of Lake Mendota
Don Sanford provides a history of how people have used and enjoyed Madison’s Lake Mendota.
Special | 33m 50s
The Geologic Story of Four Lakes
Learn the history of four of Wisconsin’s lakes with David Mickelson.
Special | 44m 40s
Father Groppi, Civil Rights Leader
The story of civil rights leader, Father Groppi, shared by author Stuart Stotts.
Special | 45m 10s
Wisconsin English Words
Wisconsin words and how various ethnic and cultural groups have influenced our speech.
Special | 32m 32s
The Laboratory of Democracy
Delve into state government reform in the early 19th century with Jonathan Kasparek.
Special | 38m 55s