Relevance & Resurrection
Revivalism for New Explorations
Into Midwest History
2021 History Symposium
Saturday, November 6, 2021
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Plymouth Arts Center
– REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN. Outstanding topics and great speakers. Don’t miss some of the newest history research in the Midwest. Saturday, November 6th at the Plymouth Arts Center. Go to schrc.org/shop to register. You can also download a full brochure at schrc.org.
The 2021 History Symposium brings together four scholars to discuss their research.
This eclectic assortment of topics include a discussion of the Ku Klux Klan in Wisconsin as a case study, controversies concerning the navigational development of the Great Lakes, Political Progressivism in the 1980s, and Wisconsin Native American effigy mounds.
Dr. Theodore J. Karamanski – “The 19th Century Battle Over Great Lakes Infrastructure”
Dr. Michael D. Jacobs – “The Ku Klux Klan and Its Targets in the East North Central Division of the Midwest.”
Dr. Cory Haala – “Reviving the Midwestern Progressive Tradition in the 1980s”
Dr. Robert Birmingham – “Wisconsin Native American Effigy Mounds”