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 […]
Prof. Rebecca Meacham (English, Humanities) was featured on WPR to promote UntitledTown, a book and author festival in Green Bay that boasts many connections to UW-Green Bay. The organizers of the festival discusses the upcoming event and why book festivals matter to the community and local economy. Take a listen.
Catherine Lundoff, award-winning LGBT author and publisher, will be at UW-Green Bay’s Pride Center on Friday, April 26, 2019 at noon. Prior to her appearance at UntitledTown, you can hear her read from her speculative fiction. Also learn about Queen of Swords Press, LGBT-inclusive science fiction and fantasy. This event is brought to you by the […]
In an article for College Magazine, UW-Green Bay student Dorothy Metz (English) provides students with five ways to successfully network. The article features tips from Director of Career Services, Linda Peacock-Landrum, New Student Program Coordinator, Grant Winslow, Assistant Prof. Emily Ransom (English) and Prof. and Associate Dean, Ryan Martin (Psychology, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences). Read […]
In celebration of National Haiku Poetry Day observed yesterday (April 17, 2019) UW-Green Bay put out a call to the University community, alumni and friends to share their #uwgbhaiku. Dean Chuck Rybak (College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) shares the history and some insight on the ancient expression. His spontaneous haiku: The sun has […]
Professors from multiple UW-Green Bay campuses are presenting research and providing leadership in formal interdisciplinary discussion at the annual Wisconsin Women’s and Gender Studies Conference and 4W Summit on Women, Gender, and Well-Being, April 11-13 in Madison. Katia Levintova (Democracy and Justice Studies, Political Science, Global Studies, Green Bay) will join a Women’s Gender and […]