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Joyce E. Salisbury is Professor Emerita from Universityof Wisconsin– Green Bay, where she taught and served as Associate Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Director of International Education. Professor Salisbury has a PhD from Rutgers University in Medieval History, and is an award-winning teacher who received the prestigious national Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) award for excellence in 1991 in addition to other teaching awards. Professor Salisbury is a prolific author whose books include the award-winning Perpetua’s Passion: Death and Memory of a Young Roman Woman, The Beast Within: Animals in the Middle Ages, and the widely-used textbook, The West in the World. Salisbury has considerable international experience, including growing up in Brazil and Mexico, doing research and guiding students to Europe and Tunisia, lecturing on cruise ships around the world, and teaching on Semester at Sea in Spring 2007 and 2009.