Tag: English

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten TEDx Talk delivers reminder that romance novels are feminist | The Mary Sue

“Jessica Lyn Van Slooten, an Associate Professor of English, Writing, and Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay (Go Green Bay), delivered an amazing TEDtalk about the importance of romance novels and how they can absolutely be feminist despite how they are lambasted in popular culture.” More via This TED Talk Delivers […]

English Professor’s article in top ten

Assistant Prof. Sarah Schuetze’s (English) 2018 article “Carrying Home the Enemy: Smallpox and Revolution in American Love and Letters 1775-76,” published in the journal Early American Literature, is already in the top ten most accessed articles in the journal’s 50-year history. In fact, EAL Editor Marion Rust reports that it is number 7, just a year […]

Alumna Janae Due begins new administrative position in higher education

Janae Due (English) ’16 was appointed assistant director of the Anderson Freeman Resource Center at Middlebury College in Vermont. The center is focused on serving the needs of students from traditionally underrepresented groups. Due was the equity and social justice coordinator at the Margaret Sloss Center for Women and Gender Equity at Iowa State University. […]

Poetry Slam returns to Kathie’s Stage Door Pub during Art Slam Weekend | Seehafer News

On Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019 the Lakeshore Artists Guild will present Poetry Slam: After Hours, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Kathie’s Stage Door Pub in Manitowoc in conjunction with Art Slam. Now in its second year, Art Slam is an annual weekend celebration of the arts in Manitowoc, including hands-on art activities for families, […]

Video: UW-Green Bay Alumni Award recipient, Lisa Fay Coutley, shares her Phoenix story

Lisa Fay Coutley ’04 (English) says she learned how to dream big at UW-Green Bay. Coutley is an assistant professor of Poetry and Creative Nonfiction at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is also a poet, essayist, teacher and editor, and in the past year, was named among UW-Green Bay’s most honored young alumni. […]

Faculty note: Brian Sutton has short fiction publication

Faculty emeritus Brian Sutton (Humanities, English) has been busy in retirement. “Once I retired, I was able to do certain things I hadn’t had time to do while I was working at UW-Green Bay, including volunteer work as an ESL teacher for refugees, mainly from Afghanistan (my wife’s and my winter home these days, Austin, […]