Pamela Hill Nettleton

Pamela Hill Nettleton is an assistant professor at Marquette University, where she teaches media studies and journalism and researches domestic violence coverage in media as well as masculinity and gender in media.

She writes books, magazine articles, librettos, scripts, and essays. Her award-winning essays and articles appears in RedbookFamilyFunSports Illustrated for KidsBetter Homes & GardensU.S. Catholic, Reader’s Digest magazines, the StarTribune, the Pioneer PressFine GardeningMilwaukee Magazine, Live MusicMEL, The LutheranBride AgainMpls./St Paul MagazineTwin Cities Business MonthlyMinnesota BrideMidwest Home & DesignAmerican HockeyMinnesota Monthly magazine, and other web and print publications.

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Latest Work

September 11, 2017 in Articles

Urban Presence

The Visitation Sisters of North Minneapolis model gentleness and humility while living as a spiritual presence in a marginalized urban community. It looks like just another house on just another block in just another American neighborhood. Tidy hostas line the walkway to the front door, pretty wicker chairs are circled… Read More
September 11, 2017 in Articles

Art: Revealing the Us In The Other

It is not a passive thing to sit in the audience. It is also not a safe thing. We file in, avoiding eye contact and clutching tickets. We sort ourselves into aisles that are lettered and numbered in illogical fashion, we search for but can't spell mezzanine, and we politely… Read More
August 7, 2017 in Articles

These 8 Portraits by Milwaukee Native Lois Bielefeld Capture a Sense of Place & Community

Photographer Lois Bielefeld's fascination with twilight defines her mesmerizing work. This article was published on Milwaukee Magazine. Read More
August 4, 2017 in Articles

Remembering Roger Ebert, America’s most beloved critic

Writing about movies, Roger Ebert had a lot to say about life. You can read this in full at article at U.S. Catholic Read More

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