Browse the growing list of media coverage of the development of The Encyclopedia of Milwaukee
Interview with EMKE co-editor Amanda Seligman in The Metropole (official blog of the Urban History Association), Digital Summer School series, June 28, 2018.
Greg Walz-Chojnacki, “UWM Researchers Launch Online Encyclopedia of Milwaukee,” UWM Report, September 21, 2016
An article featuring health commissioner E.R. Krumbiegel.
Rachel Steibing, “‘Encyclopedia of Milwaukee’ in the Works,” Wisconsin Morning News, Radio620 WTMJ, September 7, 2016
A short radio interview with EMKE Lead Editor Amanda Seligman and an article based on the interview. Follow the link above or click on the sound file below.
Casey Geraldo, “UW-Milwaukee Historians Building ‘Encyclopedia of Milwaukee,” WTMJ, August 30, 2016
Casey Geraldo interviews Lead Editors Amanda Seligman and Margo Anderson about the project, which should settle some arguments at the bar.
Greg Walz-Chojnacki, “Encyclopedia Milwaukica,” UWM Alumni, Fall 2016
Scroll to page 7 or search for “Encyclopedia” to find an article about the project’s entry on Building Regulations.
Nan Bialek’s article highlights the long-term significance of the Encyclopedia of Milwaukee.
UWM’s 2014 Research Report highlighted the Encyclopedia of Milwaukee, with an emphasis on student research opportunities.
Tim McCormick profiled the EMKE for Milwaukee Magazine, November 6, 2013. The print version of this article, not linked here, includes a timeline of the project’s development since 2008.
Molly Snyder’s coined the term “Mili-pedia” in her OnMilwaukee.com article about the EMKE, published on September 22, 2013.
Nate Imig interviewed EMKE Lead Editor Amanda Seligman on radio station 88Nine (WYMS) in the first week of September, 2013.
WUWM’s Amy Kiley interviewed EMKE Lead Editor Amanda Seligman on June 27, 2013.
Karen Herzog’s 5/8/13 story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel focused on the National Endowment for the Humanities award to UWM to support the EMKE.
This WisBusiness.com article highlights the National Endowment for the Humanities grant for the EMKE and plans for the digital project.
The May 2013 issue of UWM’s College of Letters and Science In Focus newsletter includes an article by Deanna Ding highlighting the NEH grant to the EMKE project.
The lead story in the Spring 2013 issue of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s History Department Newsletter is about the Encyclopedia of Milwaukee.
Kathy Quirk’s 4/24/13 article for today@uwm about undergraduate research featured a photograph of Danielle Eyre’s poster about her research into “baby hammocks.”
The January 7, 2013 issue of today@uwm featured a video that describes the development of the digital version of Encyclopedia of Milwaukee. It features interviews with several of the project organizers and behind-the-scenes footage of planning meetings.
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