Seeking: 2 Nordic Folklife Postdoc Fellows

CSUMC’s Nordic Folklife project is looking to welcome two Postdoctoral fellowships to advance folklife fieldwork and research with Nordic American folk artists and organizations. Fellows will be expected to conduct original fieldwork, research, and create …

Old-time Barn Dance!

Mark your calendars for a fun and exciting dance featuring CSUMC’s Musician-in-Residence Beth Hoven Rotto and the Scandinavian-American Old-time Dance Music Ensemble! Coming off the heels of a fantastic debut performance in the Great Hall …

Pįįxjį raawi! (Ho-Chunk) Congratulations!

Congratulations to this year’s graduating seniors and to the Indigenous language advocacy group, Enwejig, the CSUMC-supported group behind Native language signage on campus during UW commencement this year. Banners and yard signs expressing congratulations in …

Did you know? CSUMC has a YouTube Channel!

You may not be aware, but CSUMC has a YouTube channel with some great new videos featuring Upper Midwestern artists we’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with throughout the pandemic. You’ll be able to find …

Upcoming Virtual Events at Nordic Folklife!

We’d like to share with you some (FREE!) virtual events the CSUMC Sustaining Scandinavian Folk Arts in the Upper Midwest (aka Nordic Folklife) project is organizing. On April 24th from 11am-12:30pm (Central time) we’ll be …

Ethics of Care Workshop, May 13-14, 2021

We’d like to draw your attention to a wonderful virtual conference organized by the Ethics of Care Workshop taking place May 13-14, 2021. The conference theme is “Relations and Care Across and After Worlds,” and …

Recognition for Colleague Christine Garlough

CSUMC affiliate and Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies, Dr. Christine Garlough, is being recognized for her 2013 book, Desi Divas: Political Activism in South Asian American Cultural Performances. Desi Divas was recently selected by …