Genevieve McBrideGenevieve G. McBride

Professor

Office: Holton Hall, Room 347
Phone: (414) 229-4922
e-mail: gmcbride@uwm.edu
Curriculum Vitae: pdf

Degree(s):

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1989
M.A., Marquette University, 1983
B.S. 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: U.S. History, 1877 to the Present
Hist 193: Freshman Seminar: Advertising in America
Hist 243: Women in American Society
Hist 270: History of the Midwest
Hist 373: History of Women in the Midwest
Hist 600: Senior Seminar: History of the Midwest
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

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 (2013) .
McBride, Genevieve G. “Helpmeets, Hausfraus, Hellions, and More: The Missing Majority in Milwaukee History.” Perspectives on Milwaukee’s Past 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., eds. “Women's Wisconsin: From Native Matriarchies to the New Millennium.” Wisconsin Historical Society. (2005) .