Tonight, The Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture hosts “Radical Manifest Destiny: Urban Renewal, Colonialism, and Transnational American Identity in the Urban Spatial Politics of the Postwar Left,” by Kera Lovell from Purdue University. Lovell will present a portion of her dissertation on the “People’s Park” movement. This is at 4pm 4191 Helen C. White Hall. For more info, visit slis.wisc.edu.
Tonight is a panel discussion titled “Non-Violent Responses to the Israeli Occupation: Jewish and Christian Activists Discuss the UCC Decision to Divest” with Bonnie Van Overbeke, Marc Rosenthal, Kerri Parker, Matt Sostock, and Esty Dinur. This is at 7pm at the Sequoya Library, 4340 Tokay Boulevard. More info at wilpf-madison.org.
Halloween Legends and Lore will take over Old World Wisconsin Saturday evenings on October 17th, 24th and 31st. Discover folk and fairy tales of the old world, see them come to life, and hear Wisconsin ghost stories from the 19th and early 20th centuries. There is a cost for this event. More info at wisconsinhistory.org.