David Voelker (Humanistic Studies and History), who begins his fourth year as co-director of the Wisconsin Teaching Fellow & Scholars program, co-led a workshop last week with Regan Gurung (Psychology and Human Development) at UW Faculty College called, “Reflective Discussion and Transformational Learning.” See the Faculty College 2016 page for details.
The National History Society inducted nine new initiatives into the Alpha Gamma Omega Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta. This high honor recognizes students who show an outstanding performance in their history courses. This year’s inductees include: Katie Akerboom, Curtis Matthew Dassow, Sydney Johnson, Brigitta Jeannae Kaiser, Katelyn Krajewski, Scott Pamperin, Andrea N. Schroeder, Josephy Taylor […]
Heidi Sherman (Humanistic Studies) presented the essay (written with Arnold Lelis) “Gorm’s Travels to Gardariki in the 920s” at the invitational conference “Portraits of Medieval Eastern Europe” held at Harvard University April 8, 2016. The workshop essays will be published in a collection for undergraduate medieval and world history students, which follows the volume, Portraits […]
We gave you plenty of heads-up to get to the John Fugelsang presentation March 29, a featured speaker in the Historical Perspectives Series. Prof. Harvey Kaye (History), reflected on the presentation. “He combined standup comedy (with brilliance and vulgarity that reflected the nature of American politics) AND smart intellectual analysis… At time John was hilarious and […]
The winter issue of the Journal of American History features an article by Vince Lowery (Humanistic Studies/History). The article, titled “‘Another Species of Race Discord’: Race, Desirability, and the North Carolina Immigration Movement,” explores the debate about North Carolina’s short-lived immigration program (1907-1909). Lowery argues that whites in eastern North Carolina, far from being immigration restrictionists, were […]
Eric J. Morgan, assistant professor in Democracy and Justice Studies and History, recently had an article, “Open Spaces of Democracy: Connecting Students, Wilderness, and Community,” published in the February issue of the Journal of Sustainability Education. Appearing in the special issue on Place, Learning, and Resilience, Morgan’s article chronicles a semester-long civic engagement project, exploring the […]
As part of his residency at UWGB this week, NYC/Chilean saxophonist Anibal Rojas is joined by Adam Gaines (trumpet), Christine Salerno (piano), Stefan Hall (guitar), Ben Hogan (percussion), Mark Urness (bass) and Mike Malone (drums) in performances and discussion about Latin music and its effect on the world of jazz. History professor Clif Ganyard will […]
Victoria Goff, Associate Professor Emerita, moderated a panel, “Planning & Building a Novel,” on Feb. 25 at SleuthFest, a national conference for mystery, suspense and thriller writers, which is held annually in Florida.
Professor Heidi Sherman and Luke Konkol will be presenting at this month’s Technology Squaretable from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23 in Instructional Services 1004. They will discuss using digital tools in experiential archeology, specifically in Sherman’s history courses. E-mail Kate Farley firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Senior lecturer Kevin Kain (Humanistic Studies), recently published “The Moscow Patriarchate (1589-1721): A New Field of Interdisciplinary Research” Modern Greek Studies 30/31 (2015) : 419-445, which he co-authored with Wolfram von Scheliha (University of Leipzig, Germany). Wolfram von Scheliha was a UWGB International Visiting Scholar in Spring 20