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Chair(s)

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Beth A. Zinsli (she/her)

Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center Galleries and Museum Studies Interdisciplinary Area Program Director
920-832-6942

I teach courses on the history and theory of photography, museum studies, global modernisms, and contemporary art. In addition to an active curatorial practice, I research photography from Cuba and the Cuban diaspora. 

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Peter N Peregrine

Peter Neal Peregrine

Professor of Anthropology
920-832-7684

I'm an archaeologist who specializes in the evolution of complex societies.   I teach courses on world prehistory, historic preservation, and museum studies, and I curate our large collection of archaeological and ethnographic artifacts.

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Monica Rico (she/her)

Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and Professor of History
920-832-6725

Monica Rico specializes in the history of early and nineteenth-century America. Her interests include transatlantic history, the American West, gender and environmental history.

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Benjamin D. Rinehart

Benjamin Rinehart

Professor of Art
920-832-6645

I specialize in socially charged images with an emphasis on printmaking, book arts, pop-ups, and movables. I love how pop-ups and movables keep the viewer physically engaged by providing a tactile and psychological experience when interacting with the various elements. Who hates a pop-up?

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Jodi Sedlock

Jodi Sedlock

Professor of Biology
920-832-7058

I have been exploring the secret lives of bats for many years, mostly across the diverse archipelago of the Philippines in Southeast Asia.  In collaboration with Filipino scientists and conservation professionals, colleagues at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Law

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Headshot of a white woman with short brown hair and dangly silver earrings.

Beth A. Zinsli (she/her)

Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center Galleries and Museum Studies Interdisciplinary Area Program Director
920-832-6942

I teach courses on the history and theory of photography, museum studies, global modernisms, and contemporary art. In addition to an active curatorial practice, I research photography from Cuba and the Cuban diaspora. 

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