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Genevieve McBride

Professor
 (414) 229-4922
 Holton Hall 326

Degree(s)

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1989
MA, Marquette University, 1983
BS Ed, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1971

Research Interests

American history, Midwestern history, reform movement history, African American history, women’s history, media history

Teaching Areas

American history, Midwestern history, reform movement history, women’s history, media history

Courses Offered

Hist 150 – Multicultural America
Hist 152 – US History, 1877 to the Present
Hist 193 – Freshman Seminar – Advertising in America
Hist 243 – Women in American Society
Hist 270 – History of the Heartland
Hist 373 – History of Women in the Midwest
Hist 600 – Senior Seminar – History of the Heartland
Hist 600 – Senior Seminar – Reformers and the Media
Hist 800 – Graduate Colloquium – Reformers and the Media
Hist 900 – Graduate Seminar – Women Reformers
Hist 900 – Graduate Seminar – Women in America
Hist 900 – Graduate Seminar – History of the Heartland

Other Activities

Past Director, Women’s Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Past Member, Board of Curators, Wisconsin Historical Society

Selected Publications

McBride, Genevieve G., and Byers, Stephen R. ‘Dear Mrs. Griggs': Women Readers Pour Out Their Hearts in the Heartland. . Marquette University Press, 2014.
McBride, Genevieve G., and Byers, Stephen R. “On the Front Page in the ‘Jazz Age': Journalist Ione Quinby, Chicago’s Ageless ‘Girl Reporter’.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 106.1 (2013): 91-128.
McBride, Genevieve G., ed. ““J. Anthony Josey,” “Jerrel R. Jones,” “Velvalea Rodgers Phillips”.” African American National Biography. Oxford University Press, (2009).
McBride, Genevieve G. “Helpmeets, Hausfraus, Hellions, and More: The Missing Majority in Milwaukee History.” Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past. Ed. Anderson, Margo L., and Greene, Victor L. University of Illinois Press, (2009): 192-218.
McBride, Genevieve G., and Byers, Stephen R. “The First Mayor of Black Milwaukee: J. Anthony Josey.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 91.2 (2008): 2-15.
McBride, Genevieve G. “Assessing Students’ “Deeper Understanding by Involvement in Online Discussions by Career Fields Intended and/or of Interest.” Center Scholar Strategies of Teaching and Learning Monographs. Learning Technology Center, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, (2008).
McBride, Genevieve G., ed. Women’s Wisconsin: From Native Matriarchies to the New Millennium. Wisconsin Historical Society, 2005.
McBride, Genevieve G. On Wisconsin Women: Working for Their Rights from Settlement to Suffrage. University of Wisconsin Press, 1995.