The UW-Green Bay Writing and English programs generated a list of the best books of the decade for CAHSS and Effect. Read the list, here.
On Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019, the Green Bay Packers Foundation awarded a record $1 million to 192 civic and charitable groups across Wisconsin as part of its annual distribution of grants. UntitledTown, an annual book and author festival in Green Bay, was awarded one of the grants, which was accepted by UW-Green Bay Prof. and […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English, Humanities and Women’s and Gender Studies) was nominated by the literary journal Gigantic Sequins for the Pushcart Prize for her short nonfiction piece “Feather Rousing.” Meacham was selected as one of five pieces by the journal to be nominated for this award. The piece was written in residence at Write On, […]
Associate Prof. Jessica Van Slooten (English, Writing and Applied Arts and Women’s and Gender Studies) writes a valuable guide for CAHSS and Effect on how to make the most of the current holiday season through viewing Hallmark holiday movies.
Join CAHSS on Dec. 4, 2019 from 2:55 to 5:30 p.m. in Student Life for a live viewing of the Hallmark Holiday Movie, “Christmas in Homestead” (see the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wj6jKxNcmk). We’ll watch the movie live on cable and break in at the commercials with ongoing commentary from Associate Prof. Jessica Van Slooten (English and Women and […]
“Jessica Lyn Van Slooten, an Associate Professor of English, Writing, and Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay (Go Green Bay), delivered an amazing TEDtalk about the importance of romance novels and how they can absolutely be feminist despite how they are lambasted in popular culture.” More via This TED Talk Delivers […]
In this special crossover podcast episode of All the Rage and Psychology and Stuff, Assistant Prof. Jennie Young (English) discusses her TEDx UW-Green Bay talk, “Stupid School Security and Discipline Policies.”
Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English) writes about the joys of listening to “The Shrink Next Door” and “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone” as audiobooks for CAHSS and Effect. Read the story here.
Assistant Prof. Sarah Schuetze’s (English) 2018 article “Carrying Home the Enemy: Smallpox and Revolution in American Love and Letters 1775-76,” published in the journal Early American Literature, is already in the top ten most accessed articles in the journal’s 50-year history. In fact, EAL Editor Marion Rust reports that it is number 7, just a year […]
Janae Due (English) ’16 was appointed assistant director of the Anderson Freeman Resource Center at Middlebury College in Vermont. The center is focused on serving the needs of students from traditionally underrepresented groups. Due was the equity and social justice coordinator at the Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity at Iowa State University. […]