UW-Green Bay

Faculty & Staff

Caroline Boswell

Caroline Boswell

Associate Professor
SA 267

Education: B.A. Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, A.M. / Ph.D., Brown University
In addition to being our director, Caroline is an Associate Professor of Humanities and European History. Her teaching and research interests include early modern European history; British and Irish history; Atlantic history; popular politics and political culture; social history; and the... Read more »

Clifton Ganyard

Clifton Ganyard

Associate Provost
CL 835C

Clif Ganyard is Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Humanistic Studies and History. His research and teaching interests include modern German and Japanese history and culture, science fiction, and jazz, and he has published work on German political culture, including Artur Mahraun and the Young German Order: An Alternative to National Socialism in Weimar Political... Read more »

David Voelker

David Voelker

Associate Professor
TH 377

David Voelker is an Associate Professor of Humanistic Studies and History. He is passionate about teaching the history of early America up to the Civil War, with a special interest in integrating First Nations. In recent years, he has also nurtured his interest in environmental history--which is the study of the historical relationship between humans and the natural world--and he has taught a... Read more »

Eric Morgan

Eric Morgan

Associate Professor
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 »

Gregory Aldrete

Gregory Aldrete

Selected Awards

  • Frankenthal Professor of History and Humanities
  • 2015 University of Wisconsin System Regents Award for Excellence in Teaching
  • Joukowsky National Lecturer, Archaeological Institute of America (2014-15)
  • 2012 Wisconsin Professor of the Year, Carnegie Foundation and the Council for Advancement and Support of... Read more »

Harvey Kaye

Harvey Kaye

Professor
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 »

Heidi Sherman

Heidi Sherman

Associate Professor
TH 387

Professor Sherman received her PhD (History) from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities), where she studied medieval history and archaeology. She has published widely on aspects of the material culture of medieval Russia (flax and linen production and trade, glassmaking) and on the Viking-age site of Staraia Ladoga. At UW-Green Bay, she teaches courses about the Vikings, medieval history... Read more »

J P Leary

J P Leary

Associate Professor
WH 410F

Dr. J P Leary (Cherokee/Delaware) serves as an Associate Professor in First Nations Studies, History, and Humanities, as a member of the graduate faculty in the Professional Program in Education, and as a faculty affiliate with the Education Center for First Nations Studies. He regularly teaches a variety of courses including Introduction to FNS: The Tribal World, American Indians in Film,... Read more »

J. Vincent Lowery

J. Vincent Lowery

Associate Professor
TH 395

As Co-Director of the GPS Program, Vince Lowery assists with student recruitment, program development, staff training, and organizational management, and teaches within the program. Professor Vince Lowery joined the Humanities Department in 2009 after teaching at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for two years. He completed his doctoral studies in History at the University of... Read more »

Jon Shelton

Jon Shelton

Assistant Professor
MAC A324

Jon Shelton teaches and does research on the past and present of working people, unions, jobs, and education in the United States.  His book Teacher Strike! Public Education and the Making of a New American Political Order (2017) tells the story of how the politicization of teachers and their unions in the 1970s helped facilitate the decline of labor-liberalism, clearing the way for... Read more »

Kevin Kain

Kevin Kain

Senior Lecturer
SA 263

Series co-editor

With Wolfram von Scheliha and Vera Tchentsova) Studies in Rus Harrassowitz Publishers Wiesbaden, Germany (2014-present)

Current Projects

  • With Wolfram von Sheliha, The Moscow Patriarchate: Power, Belief, Image and Legitimacy (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2017)
  • "The Life of the Parsuna "Patriarch Nikon with Clergy in... Read more »

Kimberley Reilly

Kimberley Reilly

Assistant Professor
MAC A320

Kimberley Reilly joined the faculty of Democracy and Justice Studies in Fall 2013. She received her Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago in 2008. She previously taught at the University of Baltimore, where she was a postdoctoral teaching fellow in the College of Arts and Sciences and a research fellow at the Center for International and Comparative Law. Her research focuses on the... Read more »