Tag: humanities

Why YOU should plan to see ‘Taming of the Shrew’ March 8 or 9

A little more than two weeks remain before the Actors From the London Stage bring Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew to UW-Green Bay, March 8 or 9. These performances bring high quality London Theatre right to the doorstep of UW-Green Bay at an affordable price — an experience that would normally only be possible in […]

Next Philsopher’s Cafe is Wednesday, March 7

The next Philosopher’s Cafe is Wednesday, March 7 at 7 p.m. at Titletown Brewery (second floor), downtown Green Bay. The subject at the next Philosopher’s Cafe is, “Are We Hoarding the American Dream? Illusions of Meritocracy, Obsessions with Smartness, and Higher Education in the U.S.” Moderators are Denise Bartell (Director for Student Success and Engagement) […]

Film Society, Humanities, partner to show ‘Cameraperson’ Feb. 21

The Green Bay Film Society together with UW-Green Bay Humanities will present a free screening of award-winning documentary film “Cameraperson,” this Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Neville Public Museum. Kirsten Johnson’s film is a tapestry of footage captured over her twenty-five-year career as a documentary cinematographer. Through a series […]

UW-Green Bay English program publishes ‘Indented’ podcasts

Invites public to submit content for Valentine’s Day broadcast Green Bay, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay English program announces the launching of Indented — a series of podcasts revolving around a collective love for literature and storytelling. Undergraduate students Emma Fay and Jordan Safranski are the hosts. “Audiences will be entertained by the commentary, […]

‘Save the Date: ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ is coming to campus, March 8-9

On Thursday and Friday, March 8 and 9, 2018 at 7 p.m., the Actors From the London Stage will be performing Shakespeare’s witty, face-paced, hilarious and provocative comedy “The Taming of the Shrew,” at the University Theatre, Theatre Hall, UW-Green Bay. This organization, founded by Sir Patrick Stewart, is sending a troupe of five highly […]

Save the date: Global Studies’ second spring 2018 conversation, Feb. 16

Global Studies program invites you to its second Spring 2018 Conversation about important international events, “Where are they now? Updates on the political situation in Germany, Spain and France.” Here is the submission: “Remember discussions about the German elections, situation in Catalonia, and upcoming Russian presidential elections? Ever wonder what is going on now? We will discuss […]

Lowery named co-director of GPS program

Associate Prof. J. Vincent Lowery (Humanities) has been named co-director of the Gateways to Phoenix Success (GPS) Program. Lowery will support the continued growth of GPS, as it expands to serve 275 students for 2018-19. He will be working with Denise Bartell, the current director of GPS. Lowery teaches an array of ethnic studies courses […]

‘Using Multiple-Choice Assessments Well’ is first CATL workshop

Join CATL for the first workshop of the semester, “Using Multiple-Choice Assessments Well,” Monday, Jan. 29 from 2 to 3 p.m. in IS 1034. The workshop will be led by Assistant Prof. Sawa Senzaki (Human Development) and lecturer Kevin Kain (Humanities). Explore how to maximize multiple-choice assessments as tools for learning. Workshop includes time to […]

Faculty note: Kain spends winter break doing fieldwork at Stanford

During the winter break, Kevin Kain (senior lecturer, Humanities and History) conducted two weeks of fieldwork at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, funded by an internationally competitive “Hoover Institution Libraries and Archives Scholar Research Support Grant.” Kain’s project, “Visualizing Propaganda Posters in Context: The Formulation, Display, and Reception of Soviet Anti-religious Exhibits in the 1920s […]