Craig Lockard, professor emeritus of history and Social Change and Development, and Victoria Goff, associate professor of history and Communication, wrote entries for the just-released book, Star Struck: An Encyclopedia of Celebrity Culture, edited by Sam Riley (ABC Clio, 2010). Lockard wrote “Rock and Pop Music,” “Country and Western Music,” and “Globalization.” Goff wrote about celebrity murders. This encyclopedia covers American celebrity culture from 1950 to 2008, examining its various aspects — and its impact — through entries by 30 expert contributors.
Professor Vince Lowery will give a presentation “ White, Black, and ‘Inbetween’: Turn-of-the-Century Southern Immigration Policies and Questions of Race, Labor, and Desirability” on Friday, February 19, 3-4 pm 1965 Room.
All students and faculty are welcome!
The second edition of UW-Green Bay Emeritus Professor Craig Lockard’s Societies, Networks, and Transitions: A Global History has been published by Wadsworth Publishing Company. There is also a new brief edition of the text, entitled World.
Congratulations to Professor Lockard!
Professor Andy Kersten has been appointed a UW-System Teaching Scholar for 2010-2011. That initiative allows tenured faculty to pursue advanced projects in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars are selected for their outstanding teaching from among the UW System faculty and academic staff.
Congratulations Professor Kersten!
Der Spiegel published a full article on the Linothorax project. Several pictures of our History majors putting the control patches to the test appear in the article. The complete article in German can be read here.
Congratulations Professor Aldrete!