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Faculty Publications

Our faculty have a strong record of scholarly activity. Here is a sampling of their accomplishments:

  • Gabriel Loiacono published “How Welfare Worked in the Early United States: Five Microhistories” (2021).
  • Michelle Kuhl published “A Progressive Era for Whom?: African Americans in an Age of Reform, 1890-1920” (Debating American History Series) (2020).
  • James Frey published “The Indian Rebellion, 1857-1859: A Short History with Documents” (2020).
  • Kim Rivers published “The Book, the Song, and the Letter: Preaching Mary in Two Sermons by the Franciscan Johannes Sintram (d. 1450).” (2019).
  • Stephen Kercher published “Racial Protest in Northeast Wisconsin: Re-remembering ‘Black Thursday’ Fifty Years Later” (2019).
  • Stephen Kercher co-curated “The Lands We Share: How Wisconsin Farms Have Shaped Our History, Our Communities and Ourselves – A Traveling Exhibition and Local Conversation Tour” (landsweshare.org).
  • Michael Rutz published “King Leopold’s Congo and the “Scramble for Africa”: A Short History with Documents” (2018).
  • Kim Rivers published “Composition and Career: The Composite Manuscripts of Johannes Sintram, O.F.M.” (2018).
  • Kim Rivers published “Learning and Remembering Canon Law in the Fifteenth Century: The Ars et doctrina studendi et docendi of Juan Alfonso de Benavente,” in From Learning to Love: Schools, Law, and Pastoral Care in the Middle Ages” (2017).
  • James Feldman edited “Nuclear Reactions, Documenting American Encounters with Nuclear Energy” (2016).
  • Thomas Rowland published a biography of Ulysses S Grant (2015).
  • Thomas Rowland wrote a biography of Millard Fillmore in (2013).
  • Lucie Dolezalova and Kimberly Rivers edited “Medieval Manuscript Miscellanies” (2013).
  • James Feldman published “A Storied Wilderness” (2011).
  • Michael Rutz published “The British Zion” (2011).
  • Thomas Rowland published a biography of Franklin B Pierce (2011).
  • Kim Rivers published “Preaching the Memory of Virtue and Vice” (2010).
  • Werner Braatz (professor emeritus) and Thomas Rowland published “Decade of Despair” (2009) a history of Winnebago County during the Great Depression (2009).
  • Michelle Mouton published “From Nurturing the Nation to Purifying the Volk” (2007).
  • James Frey *Published under the surname Hoover, “Men Without Hats” (2007).
  • Stephen Kercher published a cultural history of American satire during the period 1945-1965 titled “Revel with a Cause” (2006).
  • Thomas Rowland published a biography of General George B. McClelland in 1999.

 

Faculty Publications

Our faculty have a strong record of scholarly activity. Expand the section below to see a listing of their accomplishments.

  • Gabriel Loiacono published “How Welfare Worked in the Early United States: Five Microhistories” (2021).
  • Michelle Kuhl published “A Progressive Era for Whom?: African Americans in an Age of Reform, 1890-1920” (Debating American History Series) (2020).
  • James Frey published “The Indian Rebellion, 1857-1859: A Short History with Documents” (2020).
  • Kim Rivers published “The Book, the Song, and the Letter: Preaching Mary in Two Sermons by the Franciscan Johannes Sintram (d. 1450).” (2019).
  • Stephen Kercher published “Racial Protest in Northeast Wisconsin: Re-remembering ‘Black Thursday’ Fifty Years Later” (2019).
  • Stephen Kercher co-curated “The Lands We Share: How Wisconsin Farms Have Shaped Our History, Our Communities and Ourselves – A Traveling Exhibition and Local Conversation Tour” (landsweshare.org).
  • Michael Rutz published “King Leopold’s Congo and the “Scramble for Africa”: A Short History with Documents” (2018).
  • Kim Rivers published “Composition and Career: The Composite Manuscripts of Johannes Sintram, O.F.M.” (2018).
  • Kim Rivers published “Learning and Remembering Canon Law in the Fifteenth Century: The Ars et doctrina studendi et docendi of Juan Alfonso de Benavente,” in From Learning to Love: Schools, Law, and Pastoral Care in the Middle Ages” (2017).
  • James Feldman edited “Nuclear Reactions, Documenting American Encounters with Nuclear Energy” (2016).
  • Thomas Rowland published a biography of Ulysses S Grant (2015).
  • Thomas Rowland wrote a biography of Millard Fillmore in (2013).
  • Lucie Dolezalova and Kimberly Rivers edited “Medieval Manuscript Miscellanies” (2013).
  • James Feldman published “A Storied Wilderness” (2011).
  • Michael Rutz published “The British Zion” (2011).
  • Thomas Rowland published a biography of Franklin B Pierce (2011).
  • Kim Rivers published “Preaching the Memory of Virtue and Vice” (2010).
  • Werner Braatz (professor emeritus) and Thomas Rowland published “Decade of Despair” (2009) a history of Winnebago County during the Great Depression (2009).
  • Michelle Mouton published “From Nurturing the Nation to Purifying the Volk” (2007).
  • James Frey *Published under the surname Hoover, “Men Without Hats” (2007).
  • Stephen Kercher published a cultural history of American satire during the period 1945-1965 titled “Revel with a Cause” (2006).
  • Thomas Rowland published a biography of General George B. McClelland in 1999.

 

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