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Madison in the Sixties - Stu Levitan - <span class="date-display-single">10/11/2018 - 5:30pm</span>

Madison in the Sixties

10/11/2018 - 5:30pm

Central Library - Community Room 301 & 302

An engrossing time-machine for readers, Madison in the Sixties details the ten tumultuous years that changed Madison, WI and its Big 10 university forever, including civil rights and anti-war movements, the drama of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Monona Terrace proposal, major public works projects, the economic and cultural impact of Baby Boomers, and more.

About Presenter Stu Levitan

 

Stu Levitan has been a mainstay of Madison media and government since 1975. An award-winning print and broadcast journalist, he has written extensively for local and national programs on radio and television. In addition to Madison: The Illustrated Sesquicentennial History, Vol. 1, Levitan has written numerous magazine and newspaper features on the history of Madison and the UW for On Wisconsin, Isthmus, The Capital Times and Madison Magazine. This fall he hosts a WORT radio podcast about Madison history. 

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