Can you imagine children’s literature as being horrific? UW-Green Bay Prof. Nesvet (English), in celebration of author Roald Dahl’s birthday, writes about how his stories represent a time when children’s literature used to be full of horror. Read her full writing here.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Jennie Young (English) recently wrote an article published for CAHSS and Effect entitled “Top Ten Ways to Tell if Someone is Lying to You.” The article focuses on lie detection via Statement Validity Analysis.
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, […]
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 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, […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Rebecca Nesvet (English) has had a proposed article in progress provisionally accepted for publication in the U.K.-based Victorian Popular Fictions Journal (VPFJ). It is titled “Sweeney Todd’s Indian Empire: The Global Cartography of The String of Pearls.” VPFJ is a relatively new journal founded to address burgeoning scholarly and public interest in […]
UW-Green Bay Humanities announces its 2019 scholarship recipients, recognized at a Scholarship Awards Ceremony with Humanities faculty, Friday, May 10, 2019: Alex Alberts (German and Accounting), received the Thomas E. Daniels Memorial Scholarship, available to students majoring in either English or Modern Languages. Preston Fischer (English and History), was presented with a certificate of honorable […]
Associate Prof. Rebecca Nesvet’s (English) article “James Malcolm Rymer’s Cockney Mazeppa: Byron Reassembled” will be published in Nineteenth Century Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Journal. The article shows how James Malcolm Rymer’s Chartist principles inform his 1850 “penny dreadful” update of Byron’s radical poem Mazeppa (1819), Rymer updates the legend of folk hero Ivan Mazepa, Hetman of […]
The Teaching Press at UW-Green Bay was mentioned in the education news section of a recent article by Insight Publications. Last month, The Teaching Press premiered its first publication, a collection of poems by Tim Weyenberg. Read more.
UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus student research projects will be presented during an annual campus-wide symposium from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at the UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. The community is invited to view the research and meet with students to ask questions and learn more about the specific projects. The Undergraduate Research […]