Lecture Series

Focus on Mexico
Fall 2014 Community Lecture Series

A series of six one-hour lectures
Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm, Room 228*

No registration required. Free Admission.  Q & A follows each lecture.

Sept. 24*: Educating US Latinos

Lecture given by: Dr. Enrique Figueroa, Director, Roberto Hernandez Center, UW-Milwaukee
*This lecture will be held in the campus theatre.
The Friends of Matt Zillig sponsor a social after the first lecture featuring food samples from Mexico.

October 1: Mexico's Air Pollution and Ancient Cultures

Lecture given by: Dr. Jonathan Kahl, Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, UW-Milwaukee

October 8: Ancient Teotihuacan Society

Lecture given by: Dr. Sarah Clayton, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, UW-Madison

October 15: Immigration Rights

Lecture given by: Dr. Rachel Ida Buff, Associate Professor, Department of History, UW-Milwaukee
The history of immigration rights and current immigration policies.

October 22: Mexican Drug Cartels

Lecture given by: Will Brantley, Special Agent-in-Charge, Wisconsin Department of Justice
Drug trafficking and drug use in Wisconsin, including historical perspective.

October 29: Doing Business in Mexico

Panel Discussion moderated by Mark Rhoda Reis, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
Panel members include John Barrett, VP-Operations, Serigraph Corporation