The Winter/Spring 2017 issue of Voyageur: Northeast Wisconsin’s Historical Review, hit mailboxes and local newsstands in January. The magazine is published by the Brown County Historical Society, in partnership with UW-Green Bay. This issue includes articles on Hotel Northland, the Automobile Gallery, and the UW-Green Bay time capsule and Viking Saga House. Assistant Prof. Eric Morgan […]
Prof. Harvey J. Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies) was interviewed by Spanish Magazine CTXT Context y Acción in an international politics article titled “To get out of this dark moment, USA. Has to deepen democracy” published online February 21, 2017. See the original article in Spanish or see the article passed through an English translation engine.
She’s an ambitious student at UW-Green Bay, where she studies Political Science and Democracy & Justice Studies, and minors in History, Global Studies and Humanistic Studies. At first, McKenna Kelsey wanted to blend in. Now the junior from Poynette says she’s interested in advocating for people with epilepsy on a global level. Read her story.
Prof. Harvey J. Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies) joined in telling the story of Aaron Copland’s “Fanfare for the Common Man” on WNCY’s Fishko Files — sound-rich essays on culture, music and media — past and present. Listen to it here.
Research by UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Aaron Weinschenk was recently quoted in Market Watch. The story is about how Republicans and Democrats feel about their money, with interesting insights on how that can change near election time. The Weinschenk article referred to originally appeared in Social Science Quarterly. Read the Market Watch story here. […]
Norman Rockwell’s most famous paintings are going on tour, and UW-Green Bay Prof. Harvey Kaye (Democracy and Justice Studies) is part of the impetus behind it. Kaye is the historical advisor on the project and spoke last spring for the Rockwell Museum at a pre-launch event at the National Arts Club. The New York Times […]
Prof. Harvey Kaye (Democracy & Justice Studies) and author of “The Fight for the Four Freedoms,” joins Rick Smith on FDR’s birthday to talk about the tumultuous times President Roosevelt lead the nation through and how remembering that era might serve us well in today’s political climate. Listen here.
Associate Prof. Katia Levintova (Political Science) and Assistant Professor Alison Staudinger’s (Democracy and Justice Studies) edited volume on Gender in Teaching and Learning of Political Science has been contracted by the Indiana University Press. The edited volume contains contributions from faculty (and Ph.D student, UWGB alumnus Danny Mueller) representing University of Montana, Dayton University, UW-Stevens Point, Auckland University (New Zealand), […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Jon Shelton (Democracy and Justice Studies) published an op-ed Jan. 19 in the Madison Capital Times, arguing that Andrew Puzder is inappropriate as the pick for Secretary of the Labor Department, the most important cabinet-level entity for advancing the rights of workers. See more.
UW-Green Bay offers prelaw? The answer is a resounding “yes.” Ask Green Bay Attorney, Jason R. Just. He received his law degree from the University of Minnesota in May of this year, and credits his acceptance into its law program to the time he spent working towards his undergraduate degree from the University’s Democracy and […]