Tag: Center for History and Social Change

Author of ‘Dollarocracy’ to speak on Money, Media and Politics

John Nichols, author of the popular book Dollarocracy, is the final speaker of this year’s Historical Perspective Lecture Series. He will present on “Money, Media and Politics” at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 7 in Rose Hall 250. The presentation is open to the public. Nichols is the national affairs correspondent for Nation magazine, and is […]

Actor and Comedian Fugelsang to Speak on Humor and Politics

GREEN BAY – Actor, comedian, political commentator and the host of “Tell Me Everything” on SiriusXM (satellite radio) John Fugelsang, will give a public presentation on Humor and Politics at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 29 in Rose Hall 250 at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The presentation of the Historical Perspectives Lecture Series is free […]

Documentary showing “Dream On” is cancelled

The two-part series of the new documentary “Dream On” that was to be shown publicly today (Thursday, March 24) at 2 p.m., and again Tuesday, March 29, in Rose Hall 250, has been cancelled. Prof. Harvey Kaye will hold classes on both days, as scheduled. (In the documentary, John Fugelsang looks into the state of […]

30th anniversary of the Historical Perspectives Lecture Series

Prof. Harvey J. Kaye of the Center for History and Social Change advises campus and community to mark their calendars for two big events this fall marking both 50 years of UW-Green Bay and 30 years of the Historical Perspectives Lecture Series: • Oct. 6, 7 p.m., Christie Theatre
 – Richard Brookhiser, senior editor of […]

Socialism gets a bad rap, guest speaker Nichols will argue


Nationally known political writer John Nichols will address the topic “Socialism in America” in the next installment of UW-Green Bay’s long-running Historical Perspectives Lecture Series. Nichols’ talk, free and open to the public, takes place at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, in the Christie Theatre of the University Union. Nichols has worked as associate editor […]

Author Nichols to address ‘Socialism in America’

Nationally known political writer and journalist John Nichols will address the topic “Socialism in America” as the next installment in UW-Green Bay’s long-running Historical Perspectives Lecture Series. Nichols’ talk, free and open to the public, takes place at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 24 in the Christie Theatre of the UW-Green Bay University Union. Nichols has […]

Performance, literary talk highlight fall offerings for Historical Perspectives series

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s long-running Historical Perspectives Lecture Series will feature live performance and academic discussion during fall 2014, continuing a tradition that dates back nearly 30 years. The series will kick off Wednesday, Oct. 8, when dramatist and actor Ian Ruskin performs To Begin the World Over Again: The Life of Thomas Paine. […]

Historical Perspectives lecture to focus on global aid, humanitarianism

The Center for History and Social Change is gearing up for the next installment in its long-running Historical Perspectives Lecture Series, set for 2 p.m. Thursday, April 24 in the Union’s Christie Theatre. Julia Irwin, an assistant professor at the University of South Florida, will present “Foreign Relief as Foreign Relations,” a lecture that focuses […]

Historical Perspectives lecture to focus on foreign aid, relations in history

An assistant professor from the University of South Florida will present “Foreign Relief as Foreign Relations: The place of Humanitarianism in U.S. International History,” at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 24 in the Christie Theatre of the UW-Green Bay University Union. Julia Irwin’s talk is the latest installment in UW-Green Bay’s long-running Historical Perspectives Lecture Series, […]

Labor journalist Pizzigati to headline next Historical Perspectives Lecture event

The long-running Historical Perspectives Lecture Series at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will feature a veteran labor journalist and Institute For Policy Studies associate fellow during its next event at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 16 in the Christie Theatre of the University Union on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. It is free and open to the […]