UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Edward N. Peterson Lecture Series

Stalin banner and choir

The Edward N. Peterson Lecture Series
Presents

The Sound of Stalinism: Music and Politics in East Germany and Poland

David Tompkins' photo
David Tompkins, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, Director of European Studies, Director of the Center for Global and Regional Studies, Carleton College

Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019


Reception 4 p.m.
Lecture 4:30 p.m.
Kinnickinnic River Theater
320 University Center, UWRF

Free and open to all
  • Topic summary
  • More about Tompkins
  • Tompkins' recent book: Composing the Party Line: Music and Politics in Early Cold War Poland and East Germany (West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 2013). Open access here.

Event poster

Driving & parking

The closest FREE parking is near North Hall. We have 30 free parking vouchers for Pay1 Lot (corner of 2nd Street and Spring St., near North Hall).

  1. Click here for the free parking voucher number and instructions for using the pay station (to park free) in Pay1 Lot.
  2. Click here for a map showing Pay1 Lot and University Center, circled in red.

Those arriving after 30 free permits are in use, may purchase a permit at the pay station in the parking lot.

By late afternoon, additional free parking may also be available along streets. Be sure to heed restricted parking signs.

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About

The lecture series honors the memory of Professor Ed Peterson, who taught at UWRF from 1954 to 2005. It addresses issues that were the focus of Dr. Peterson's academic life and are still relevant today: war and peace, abuses and limits of power, the struggle for democracy in the twentieth century.

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Contributions may be added to the fund over time. Any questions may be directed to Michael Kahlow, History and Philosophy Department, michael.a.kahlow@uwrf.edu 715-425-3164 or UWRF Foundation Office, foundation@uwrf.edu 715-425-3505.

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About the Lecture Series

About Dr. Ed Peterson

Sponsored by UWRF:

  • Edward N. Peterson Lecture Series Endowment
  • History and Philosophy Foundation
  • History and Philosophy Department
  • College of Arts and Sciences