Michael J. Kramer teaches history, American studies, and digital humanities at Northwestern University. He is the author of The Republic of Rock: Music and Citizenship in the Sixties Counterculture (Oxford University Press, 2013) and writes about culture, the arts, politics, and history for a variety of publications. He is the co-director of the Northwestern University Digital Humanities Laboratory.
(Oxford University Press, April 2013).
-promiscuous cultural criticism.
The Republic of Rock Book Blog
-thoughts on rock music, the 1960s, and related topics.
Issues in Digital History
-thoughts on digital history and the digital humanities.
I am available for consultation on digital humanities and digital history projects. Please contact me to discuss rates and how I might help your university, school, institution, project, or program.
Way Out West: The Folk Music Revival on the West Coast