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Paige Glotzer

Paige Glotzer

Assistant Professor and John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Chair, Department of History

Expert on housing segregation, cities, suburbs, and race in the U.S.

Sandra  Adell

Sandra Adell

Professor of literature, Department of Afro-American Studies

Expert on Black literature, including Afro-American, Black Francophone, (African, Caribbean) and African American Dramatic Literature and Theater History

James McMaster

James McMaster

Assistant Professor, Gender and Women's Studies and Asian American Studies

Expert on LGBTQ and Asian American politics and cultural production.

Nina Varsava

Nina Varsava

Assistant Professor, Law School

Expert on legal ethics and bioethics, procedure, and courts.

David Nack

David Nack

Professor

Elizabeth Hennessy

Elizabeth Hennessy

Assistant Professor, environmental studies, history, history of science

Expert on the Galápagos archipelago, the politics of conservation and ecotourism, political ecology, environmental and animal history

Claus Andersen

Claus Andersen

Paul and Renate Madsen Professor of Scandinavian Studies

Hygge, Scandinavian Culture and Politics, literature, autofiction, Hans Christian Andersen, Karl Ove Knausgaard

Mary Huelsbeck

Mary Huelsbeck

Assistant Director, Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research

Expert on the worlds of film, television and theater archives.

Gregg Mitman

Gregg Mitman

Vilas Research and William Coleman Professor of History, Medical History, and Environmental Studies

History of science, medicine, and the environment in the U.S. and the world

Micaela SULLIVAN-FOWLER, M.S., M.A.

Head of Marketing & Communications for Ebling Library; Curator of Rare Books & Special Collections

Public Historian/Librarian who recently installed an exhibition on WW1 & the Pandemic of 1918. Knowledgeable about national & UW experience with 1918 Pandemic.

Allison Prasch

Allison Prasch

Assistant Professor, Communication Arts

Expert on U.S. presidential rhetoric, foreign policy, national identity, political communication, geopolitics

Ralph Grunewald

Ralph Grunewald

Assistant Professor, Department of English; Center for Law, Society & Justice

Expert on criminal justice (American and comparative), juvenile justice, legal storytelling, and law and literature