Oct. 10, 2017 – Washington Co., WI – UW-Washington County will be focusing on the United Kingdom this fall as it kicks off their annual community lecture series next week. Each one-hour lecture begins at 6:30 p.m. and is followed by a question/answer session.
Topics for this year’s popular series include the History of England, Healthcare in the UK, Scottish Photography, Women Philosophers, Shakespeare and Brexit. All events are free and open to the public.
All lectures are in room 228. An overview of the series and outreach includes:
October 11: Women Philosophers in England with Dr. Margaret Atherton, Philosophy Department at UW-Milwaukee.
October 18: Shakespeare at 400 – with speaker Dr. Anne Widmayer, English Department at UW-Washington County.
October 25: Brexit with speaker Tom Portz, Moloney Securities, Senior Advisor, Milwaukee.
UW-Washington County is located at 400 University Drive in West Bend (exit Hwy. 33 East). Visitors should use the main entrance and follow the interior directional signs. Free parking is available. More information is available on the campus website at washington.uwc.edu.