Tag: anthropology

Faculty note: Hutchison heads-up a new book series in urban sociology

If you are starting a new publishing house in the UK and want to introduce an innovative book series in urban sociology that will highlight emerging research studies from around the world — who are you going call? Look no further than UW-Green Bay! Prof. and Ray Hutchison (Sociology, Anthropology, and longtime chair of Urban […]

Faculty Note: Lynn Walter speaks at conference

UW-Green Bay Prof. Emerita Lynn Walter (Anthropology) was a featured speaker at the Wisconsin Economic Development Association conference which was held in Eau Claire, Oct. 5. Walter spoke during the “Business Sector Analysis Food Cooperatives: Part of our Economic Development Landscape” session, and discussed the process and challenges of developing the New Leaf Market Cooperative […]

In the media: Retired prof Walter continues New Leaf leadership

Retired faculty member Lynn Walter is continuing her leadership in starting a downtown Green Bay food co-op, and the group is getting closer to choosing a site, Fox 11 News reported this weekend. Walter, a retired anthropology professor who founded and previously directed the Center for Food in Community and Culture here at UW-Green Bay, […]

In the news: White describes the Sikh faith for story on WLUK, Fox 11

Assistant Prof. Jill White, Human Development and Anthropology, shared her knowledge of the Sikh faith with WLUK, Fox 11 Monday (Aug. 6) in the wake of the temple shooting that killed six, plus the gunman, during the weekend. Tenets of the faith, sometimes confused with Islam or Hinduism, include a belief in one God and […]

Guest speaker on Thursday is linguistic anthropologist

Assistant Professor Leslie Moore of Ohio State University is the guest speaker at 5 p.m. Thursday (April 19) in the Union’s Christie Theatre. Her visit is sponsored by the Psychology and Human Development, the Psi Chi honorary and the academic unit in anthropology. Moore’s topic has local currency: “Reflexive Research, Outreach, and Engagement with Children […]

Faculty notes: White and Schnurr publish book chapter

Assistant Profs. Jill White and Melissa Schnurr of the Human Development faculty contributed a chapter titled “Development Psychology” to a newly published book. The book is Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum in the United States, edited by Frederick T. L. Leong, Wade E. Pickren,Mark M. Leach, and Anthony J. Marsella, and published by Springer. More information.