Michael Carriere

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Name: Michael Carriere
User Type: Faculty/Staff
Biography: Michael Carriere is an associate professor at the Milwaukee School of Engineering, where he teaches courses on American history, public policy, political science, environmental studies, and urban design. He has written for such publications as the Journal of Planning History, Perspectives on History, the Journal of Urban History, Cultural History, Reviews in American History, History News Network, Aggregate, Punk Planet, Pitchfork.com, and Salon.com. His book, tentatively titled Between Being and Becoming: On Architecture, Student Protest, and the Aesthetics of Liberalism in Postwar America, is forthcoming from the University of Pennsylvania Press. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in American history.
Preferred Contact Method: Email
Department: General Studies
Title: Associate Professor
Office Number: GM-318
Education: Ph.D., American History, The University of Chicago (2010)
B.A., American History, Hampshire College (1998)
Honors and Awards: Meemic Foundation Grant, 2012.

Journal of Planning History Prize, 2011 (given to the best article published in the Journal of Planning History over the past two years).

Doolittle-Harrison Fellowship, The University of Chicago, 2008.

Citation of Special Recognition, Carter Manny Award, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, 2007.

Century Fellowship, The University of Chicago, 1999-2003.


Publications: “Touch and Go Records and the Rise of Hardcore Punk in Late Twentieth-Century Detroit,” Cultural History (forthcoming).

“Chicago, The South Side Planning Board, and the Search for (Further) Order: Towards an Intellectual Lineage of Urban Renewal in Postwar America,” Journal of Urban History, May 2013.

“Fighting the War Against Blight: Columbia University, Morningside Heights, Inc., and Counterinsurgent Urban Renewal,” Journal of Planning History, February 2011

“‘A Diamond is a Boy’s Best Friend’: The Rise of Little League Baseball, 1939-1964,” The Journal of Sport History, Fall 2005
Areas of Specialization / Expertise: American history, urban studies, political science, environmental studies, and public policy
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Phone Number: (414) 277-7363

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