Faculty & Staff

Andrew Austin

Andrew Austin

Associate Professor
MAC A326


Andrew Austin is on the faculty of Democracy and Justice Studies and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay. His areas of interests are crime and justice, political economy, and political sociology. He has published numerous articles, essays, and reviews in books, encyclopedia, journals, and newspapers. His academic work has appeared in Capitalism Nature... 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 »

Jillian Jacklin

Jillian Jacklin

Ad Hoc Program Spec

Jillian Marie Jacklin is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Visiting Lecturer in Democracy and Justice Studies. She is an historian of the United States and places her work in a comparative and transnational context. Her research explores interactions between workers and business, as well as the government bureaucracies and corporate interests that influence these... Read more »

Katia Levintova

Katia Levintova

Professor
MAC A327

Dr. Katia Levintova is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Global Studies. She is a former Wisconsin Teaching Fellow and an author of several articles on teaching and learning as well as the political sociology of post-communist transitions published in sources such as the Journal of Political Science Education, and Europe-Asia Studies. She is also a recipient of several State... 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 »

Kimberley Reilly

Kimberley Reilly

Associate Professor
MAC A320

Kimberley Reilly teaches in Democracy and Justice Studies, History, and Women's and Gender Studies at UW--Green Bay. Her teaching interests include U.S. women's history, legal history, the history of sexuality, and American consumer culture. Her current research is a legal and cultural history of marriage in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Her work has been... Read more »

Jon Shelton

Jon Shelton

Associate 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 »

Alison Staudinger

Alison Staudinger

Associate Professor
Chair, DJS
Co-Chair, WGS
MAC A317

Dr. Staudinger teaches in Democracy and Justice Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Political Science at UW-Green Bay. Along with law and gender, she teaches courses in Political Theory. Her research explores constitutional change and political economy, with a particular focus on Prohibition and Repeal and the activism of women seeking a just division of labor in the home. Dr.... Read more »

Nolan Bennett

Nolan Bennett

Assistant Professor
MAC A322

Nolan Bennett is a political theorist specializing in American political thought, literature, and criminal justice. He researches and writes on why so many people in the United States confront democratic dilemmas by offering their own life stories through autobiography, slave narrative, prison writing and more. In addition to teaching courses on constitutional law, law and society, and American... Read more »