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Faculty & Staff

Ann Mattis

Ann Mattis

Main 5112, UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus

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Charles Rybak

Charles Rybak

Chuck Rybak lives in Wisconsin and is currently a Professor of English and Humanities at the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay, where he teaches the humanities, literature, and creative writing. He is the author of two chapbooks, Nickel and Diming My Way Through and Liketown. His full-length collection, Tongue and Groove, was released in 2007 by Main Street.
As Dean, he oversees the... Read more »

Jennie Young

Jennie Young

Assistant Professor
MAC B328

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Jennifer Flatt

Jennifer Flatt

Professor
World Languages L114, UW-Marinette

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Jessica Van Slooten

Jessica Van Slooten

Associate Professor
H138

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Rebecca Meacham

Rebecca Meacham

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Emily Ransom

Emily Ransom

Assistant Professor
TH 393

A country girl from North Carolina, Emily Ransom is a Renaissance scholar in both senses of the term. Her previous research has focused on Renaissance devotional complaint poetry, both English and continental, in addition to Thomas More and Northern Humanism, Reformation theology, Catholic recusant literature, constructions of English nationalism (especially in Spenser and Old English... Read more »

Rebecca Nesvet

Rebecca Nesvet

Associate Professor
TH 399

Rebecca Nesvet (PhD UNC-Chapel Hill 2014; MFA Dramatic Writing, New York University 2008) teaches nineteenth-century British literature, the British novel, modern world drama, and digital humanities. Her research concerns Mary Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and (more recently) "Sweeney Todd" creator James Malcolm Rymer and his radical and Romantic contexts.
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Sarah Schuetze

Sarah Schuetze

Assistant Professor
SA 255

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Stefan Hall

Stefan Hall

Associate Professor
SA 277

Stefan teaches Medieval literature and humanities. He publishes on a wide variety of medieval topics, especially Scottish and Scandinavian studies. He is also an accomplished musician, primarily on the guitar.

Education

B.A., Austin Peay; M.A., Ph.D., Saint Louis University

Stefan Thomas Hall received his B.A. from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville,... Read more »

Tara DaPra

Tara DaPra

Lecturer
MAC B329

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Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier

Valerie Murrenus Pilmaier

Associate Professor
5108 (Sheboygan)