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Stitching Wartime History: The Case of the French Resistance

Sunday, November 6, 1–4:00 pm

UW–Madison School of Human Ecology, Nancy Nicholas Hall


Join the Wisconsin Academy in partnership with the UW-Madison's Center for Jewish Studies and the School of Human Ecology's Center for Textile and Design for an afternoon with historian Mary Lou Roberts. Roberts, the WARF Distinguished Lucie Aubrac Professor and Plaenert Bascom Professor of History, will speak on how French women during World War II used their clothes to facilitate their resistance work. This talk is part of the current exhibition. Stitching History From The Holocaust at the Ruth Davis Design Gallery. Both the talk and exhibition are free and open to the public. 
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