“Voyageur: Northeast Wisconsin’s Historical Review” Winter/Spring 2017 issue features UW-Green Bay talent

The Winter/Spring 2017 issue of Voyageur: Northeast Wisconsin’s Historical Review, hit mailboxes and local newsstands in January. The magazine is published by the Brown County Historical Society, in partnership with UW-Green Bay. This issue includes articles on Hotel Northland, the Automobile Gallery, and the UW-Green Bay time capsule and Viking Saga House. Assistant Prof. Eric Morgan (Democracy and Justice Studies and History) is new to the position of Associate Editor of the magazine and Senior Lecturer Addie Sorbo (Design Arts) was the art director for the issue. Sorbo worked with a class of six graphic designers, and Morgan oversaw five editorial interns. Two students, Lucas Wuensch and Sean Gleason, contributed articles to the magazine. Associate Prof. Heidi Sherman (Humanistic Studies and History) co-authored the Viking Saga House piece with 2016 graduate Natalya Jensen. Associate Prof. David Voelker (Humanistic Studies and History), the magazine’s editor-in-chief, contributed an interview with Automobile Gallery founder William “Red” Lewis. For more information or to subscribe, contact the Voyageur manager, Kent Crain, at 920-465-2446 or voyageur@uwgb.edu.