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Michael Stauch Jr.,

Michael Stauch Jr.

Please note: Michael has left the "History" group at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.

I examine the tension that emerged between organizations created but not necessarily controlled by working and African American people in 1970s Detroit. Doing so weaves together numerous modes of historical research and writing to create a rich tapestry of the city's social life at a crucial moment in its history.

Contact Info:
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Web Page:  http://www.michaelstauch.wordpress.com

Typical Courses Taught:

  • HISTORY 190S, GTWY SEMINAR: Incarceration and Its Discontents in US History

    attachment Syllabus, "Incarceration and Its Discontents in US History" (Stauch_Incarceration-US-History-syllabus, 108868 bytes)

Areas of Interest:

Labor and Working Class History
The Black Radical Tradition in the Atlantic World
Incarceration in US History

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