Faculty & Staff

Andrew Austin

Andrew Austin

Associate Professor
Democracy & Justice Studies, Department Chair
MAC A326

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Andrew Austin is Associate Professor and Chair of Democracy and Justice Studies and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He teaches courses in Sociology and in the Law and Justice Studies emphasis. His areas of interests are crime and justice issues, environmental sociology, political economy,... Read more »

Kristine Coulter

Kristine Coulter

Assistant Professor
Democracy & Justice Studies
MAC A318

Kris joined the Democracy and Justice Studies department in Fall 2014 as an Instructor. Her teaching and research interests include law, American politics, gender and race. She is from Rochester, Minnesota, and earned her bachelor's at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and completed work toward her PhD in political science at the University of California, Irvine. She enjoys... Read more »

Harvey Kaye

Harvey Kaye

Professor
Democracy & Justice Studies
MAC A315

Harvey J. Kaye is the Ben & Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies. Author and editor of numerous works, including "The American Radical, Are We Good Citizens?" "Thomas Paine and the Promise of America", and "The Fight For The Four Freedoms: What Made FDR And The Greatest Generation Truly Great". Kaye teaches courses on American... Read more »

Ekaterina Levintova

Ekaterina Levintova

Associate Professor
Democracy and Justice Studies
MAC A327

Current Reasearch

Linkages between the public and elites in post-communist nations of Eastern Europe; democratization and public attitudes; content analysis of elite value orientations.

Fields of Interest

Comparative politics, international relations, Russian and Eastern European politics, theories of social change, comparative political ideologies,... Read more »

Eric Morgan

Eric Morgan

Associate Professor
Democracy & Justice Studies
MAC A321

Selected publications

  • “Black and White at Center Court: Arthur Ashe and the Confrontation of Apartheid in South Africa,” Diplomatic History
  • “Dias, Bartolomeu,” “Tolkien, J.R.R.,” and “Van Riebeeck, Jan” in Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Emmanuel Akyeampong, eds., Dictionary of African Biography (New York: Oxford... Read more »

Kimberley Reilly

Kimberley Reilly

Assistant Professor
Democracy & Justice Studies
MAC A320

Current book project

Reconstructing Love: Marriage in Law and Culture, 1870-1920

 

Publications

  • “‘A Perilous Venture for Democracy’: Soldiers, Sexual Morality, and American Citizenship in the First World War,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, special issue on “Women’s and Gender History in Global... Read more »

Jon Shelton

Jon Shelton

Assistant Professor
Democracy & Justice Studies
MAC A324

Current Book Project

From Labor-Liberalism to Neoliberalism: Teacher Unions, Education, and the New American Political Order, (working title—under advance contract with University of Illinois Press "The Working Class in American History" Series)
 

Publications

"Letters to the Essex County Penitentiary: David Selden and... Read more »

Alison Staudinger

Alison Staudinger

Assistant Professor
Democracy & Justice Studies
MAC A317

Fields of Interest

Political Theory, Constitutional Law, Gender, Democratic Theory, Populism, Work, Labor and Family, Citizenship

Current Research

Currently, I am further developing my dissertation project, which examines the historical and theoretical relationship of work to citizenship, and then advocates for a normative practice of civic renewal housed in... Read more »