Tag: Global Studies

Faculty Note: Prof. Hutchison published

Volume 15 in the Research in Urban Sociology series (under the series editorship of UWGB Prof. Ray Hutchison, Public and Environmental Affairs) has been published by Emerald Press in the UK. The volume, titled Urban Places in a Time of Crisis, was edited by Joao Teixeira Lopes (University of Porto) and Hutchison. It includes a dozen […]

Final fall semester Global Studies discussion

The final Global Studies discussion of the semester will be held in the 1965 Room of the University Union, from 12 to 1:30 p.m. tomorrow, Nov. 15. The discussion will be led by Prof. Caroline Boswell (History and Humanistic Studies), UWGB’s resident British historian, and will cover the 100-year anniversary of the Easter Rising, the Irish […]

Global Studies looks at ‘The Irish Easter Rising 100 Years Later’

The last Global Studies Roundtable Discussion of the fall semester will take place from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 15. The discussion, “The Irish Easter Rising 100 Years Later,” will go over the Irish rebellion that established the Republic of Ireland in 1916, and what that means now, 100 years later. Led by Prof. […]

Join the Global Studies conversation on Slovakia

The third Global Studies Roundtable discussion of the semester will take place from 12:45 to 1:30 p.m., Monday Oct. 24, in the 1965 Room of the University Union (near Common Grounds Coffee Shop). Prof. Sarah Meredith of Music/Women and Gender Studies/Global Studies and several student participants will lead a discussion after the screening of a student-made film […]

Join the Global Studies conversation on South Korea

The second Global Studies Roundtable discussion of the semester will take place from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 13, in Room 125 of the University Union (lower level). Sunjoo Cho, Director of Gender Budget Research Center at the Korean Women’s Development Institute(KWDI) in South Korea, will lead a discussion on Gender Inequality and Public Policies […]

Tomorrow: A Conversation about Turkey

All are welcome to a Global Studies conversation tomorrow, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30 in the World Unity Room (lower level) of the University Union. The discussion will be led by Ozum Yesiltas (Political Science, St. Norbert College), Alison Staudinger (Democracy & Justice Studies, Political Science and Women and Gender Studies, UW-Green […]

Faculty notes: Coury and Ortiz Ceberio publications

Humanities and Global Studies professors David N. Coury and Cristina Ortiz Ceberio are two of the contributors to the volume The Role of the Humanities in a Time of Crisis edited by Maria Pilar Rodriguez and published this month by Dykinson Press (Madrid). Professor Coury’s study entitled “Searching for home in language and culture in […]

‘Global Terrorism: The World after the Paris Attacks’

UW-Green Bay faculty members in global studies, political science and the humanities will host a panel discussion at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 24) in Phoenix Room C of the University Union. The title of the event is “Global Terrorism: The World after the Paris Attacks.” Each of the four presenters will address the topic from […]

Faculty note: Ortiz, Coury publication

Prof. Cristina Ortiz, Humanistic Studies (Spanish) and Global Studies and Prof. David Coury, Humanistic Studies (German) and Global Studies co-authored a chapter in the new volume African Immigrants in Contemporary Spanish Texts: Crossing the Straits. Their article, “Unveiling Spain: Representations of the Female Body as a Metaphor for Contesting Orientalist Ideology,” looks at the works of […]

Katia on Cuba: Professor offers take on historic shift in relations

Associate Professor and UW-Green Bay Political Science and Global Studies Chair Katia Levintova on Wednesday (Dec. 17) helped explain the day’s big news of changing U.S. relations with Cuba in an interview with WBAY, Action 2 News. “The embargo’s not going to be lifted right away, but there is the conversation about having this particular […]