Collected here are faculty and staff works, both creative and academic.
In this volume, readers will find a broad spectrum of poetry, ranging from intimate recollections of growing up on a small Wisconsin dairy farm to firsthand observations about family, love, travel, nature, seasons, and life's passages. But whatever the subject, and whether waxing serious or whimsical, the author's aim is always for clarity, accessibility, authenticity, and fresh perspective on the familiar and ordinary. In addition, he hopes to engage our feelings, to make his readers active participants in the poetic journey upon which they are about to embark.
Shan Bryan-Hanson, Heather Campbell Coyle, Sally Cubitt, and St. Norbert College
Excerpts from Howard Pyle in Wisconsin. The book itself is available for purchase from the St. Norbert College Art Galleries or the Green Bay and De Pere Antiquarian Society.
This article reviews scholarship on the Book of Jonah in the decade after the publication of Thomas M. Bolin, Freedom Beyond Forgiveness: The Book of Jonah Re-Examined. Works by Yvonne Sherwood, Sergei Frolov, Ehud Ben Zvi, and Theodore Perry.