Last week, UW-Madison announced a permanent center to expand on the work of the Public History Project. Joining us to talk about the expansion, their recent exhibit Sifting and Reckoning, […]
Sifting & Reckoning: Public History Project is at the Chazen
WORT 89.9FM Madison · Public History Project is at the Chazen An interview with Kacie Lucchini Butcher Public History Project: Reckoning with our History: UW–Madison’s History of Discrimination and Resistance. […]
New Exhibit Highlights UW Madison’s History of Discrimination
UW Madison unveiled their new exhibit with the university’s Public History Project today, which examines discrimination on campus throughout the decades. Located on the main floor of the Chazen Museum […]
Grappling with Madison’s Racist Past – And Present
For today’s show, Tuesday host Carousel Bayrd talks about uncovering UW–Madison’s campus history with Kacie Lucchini Butcher, director of the Public History Project. They discuss some of the project’s research, […]
Desire Lines: Housing Discrimination and Hidden Cameras (Part Two: Arc...
Sometimes, a historical artifact will emerge that makes us question our past and our present. In this case, it’s a black and white video from 1962 made with hidden cameras. […]
Desire Lines: Housing Discrimination and Hidden Cameras #1–Stati...
In 1962, a film was made to document housing discrimination in Madison. But just as the film was completed, UW suppressed it. The film was buried in the university archives […]