Updated to add: If you missed this great presentation, you can listen to the audio here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/41me8 Listen to all of the Writers Series presentations here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/527um
Audience members interested in this presentation may also be interested in the library’s join program with Baraboo Public Library, the Palm of the Hand Memoir Workshop. For more information about that program, click here: https://spiritblogs.uwc.edu/memoirs/
Join us at the library on Thursday, December 4th for the next Library Scholars Series lecture featuring author and public radio host Norman Gilliland.
Edited to add: Listen to Norman Gilliland’s talk here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/uabz2
Dan Verhoff, Demographic Specialist, UW-Madison/Extension Applied Population Laboratory, spoke at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County’s Fall 2014 Distinguished Lecture Series on Thursday, October 30th.
Click here for audio: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/m3wm6
Download accompanying slides here: Verhoff-UsingDemographicsPresentation
For those that were unable to attend George Papakis’s presentation, you can listen to the presentation here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/whohx
George Papakis received his PhD in Urban Studies at UW-Milwaukee. He earned the Scott Greer Award for Outstanding Urban Research on the paper he wrote entitled, The Sobering Realities of the 2004 Olympics: Fiscal Crisis and the Privatization of Land. This fall, he plans to return to Greece to work on the issues highlighted by his research.
Papakis focuses his research on urban governance, globalization, and economic restructuring in Athens, Greece. During his lecture he expanded on each of this topics. If you’re a person who enjoys learning about the political and economical history of land use, and urban planning of Athens, then this is the lecture for you!
We were so excited to host poet Michael Czarnecki for the first of the library outreach series today! If you missed it, you can listen to the presentation here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/l6qos
You can catch up with Michael at www.foothillspublishing.com/poetguy orwww.foothillspublishing.com/Photography
On Facebook, you can see a daily photo and read a daily haiku at www.facebook.com/michael.czarnecki.35