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All meetings will take place in Westminster Presbyterian Church

(4100 Nakoma Rd) and will begin promptly at 7:30 pm and end at 9:00. 

Informal socializing begins at 7:00 pm.

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February 13

Amy Gilman

Respondent: TBD

The Era of the Visionary Museum Director Is Over … or It Should Be


March 13

Joseph Ranney

Respondent: Prof. John Hall

Bridging Revolutions:  A Southern Judge Who Took On Slavery, the Confederacy and the Ku Klux Klan


April 10

Kirill Osopovat 

Respondent: TBD

Prof. Osopovat will discuss the history of Russian popular attitudes toward authoritarianism and how those attitudes are reflected in 19th and 20th century Russian literature. 

2023 Program Schedule


May 8

R. Bruce Allison

Respondent: TBD

The tentative subject of Prof. Allison's talk is the role of trees in Wisconsin's historical and current climate and ecology, and their anticipated future role. 


September 11

Sandra Adell

 Respondent: TBD


"And Then The Casinos Came”:  Casino Gambling, Black Women and Addiction


October 9

Dean Strang

Respondent: TBD

Why Injustice Trumps Justice—and Why Understanding That Matters 


November 13


Respondent: TBD

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December 11

Paula Panczenko 

Respondent: TBD

The tentative subject of Paula's presentation is the history and current work of Tandem Press, a well-known publisher of fine art prints, possibly with a display of some current works and a tour of the Press facilities.

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