Prof. Ray Hutchison (Sociology and Public and Environmental Affairs) has published a paper titled “Empy Space: Historical Memory” in the Springer VS collection Moving Cities — Contested Views on Urban Life. Hutchison’s chapter examines three events from the Great Railroad Strike of 1877 in Chicago — the Market Square rally where Albert Parsons addressed some 20,000 persons, […]
Associate Prof. Andrew Austin’s son, Nikolas, graduated with a degree in Political Science and was quite active in student government. Serving as Student Government Association President in 2016-17, he fought for expanded voting opportunities on campus. “I think that the only really effective way to make sure that everyone has access to voting, which is […]
Senior lecturer Karen Dalke (Sociology, Public and Environmental Affairs) recently presented a paper entitled: “Mustang Denizen: Reimagining the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971″ at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK for a conference titled: Horses, Society and the Law: Past, Present and Future.
Senior Lecturer Karen Dalke’s (Sociology, Public & Environmental Affairs) co-authored conference paper entitled National Treasure: Nationalistic Representations of the Finnhorse in Trotting Championships, was recently published in the book, “Equestrian Cultures in Global and Local Contexts.”
Prof. Ray Hutchison of Sociology has been awarded the Cátedra Santander (the Santander Chair) in the Faculdade de Ciéncias Socialis e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (the Humanities and Social Sciences at the New University of Lisbon) for the 2016 spring semester. The New University of Lisbon was founded in 1973 following the collapse of […]
Faculty member Karen Dalke, Ph.D., of Sociology and Public and Environmental Affairs, contributed a film review to Animalia, the anthrozoology journal. She reviewed the 2012 film “Bestiare,” based on the classic mythical tales that use mythical creatures to convey legends or teach moral tales. See details.
Dr. Yan Gao, from the art department at Bijie College in Guizhou Province, China, will lecture about the traditional culture and dress of Hmong residents of the province from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday (Oct. 26) in a free public talk in MAC Hall Room 223. The campus visit is sponsored by UW-Green Bay’s Hmong […]
Prof. Ray Hutchison (Sociology) will be presenting an overview of his recent (and continuing) research on tent graves of the Tennessee highlands at the Social Science Research Forum this Friday (Oct. 23) from 2:20 to 3:30 p.m. in Bemis Hall Room 213 at St. Norbert College, De Pere. Hutchison’s talk, titled “East Tennessee Ephemerides: The […]
Prof. Ray Hutchison of Sociology has been tagged to serve on the Scientific Committee for the next mid-term conference of the RN-37 research network of the European Sociological Association. “Moving cities: Contested views on urban life” will be held June 29-July 1, 2016 at the Jagiellonian University, in Krakow. (That’s the old city of Krakow, […]
Sociology Prof. Ray Hutchison (Urban and Regional Studies) recently returned from Chicago, where he presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association. His two papers: “The Right to Urban Theory: Henri Lefebvre and the Misappropriation of Public Space” (co-authored/co-presented with Joao Pedro Nunes from the University of Lisbon-Nova) and “Exploring the World’s Great […]