Jacob Bruggeman

Jacob Bruggeman is a second-year Ph.D. student in history at Johns Hopkins University, where he studies modern U.S. intellectual and cultural history and the American Midwest. In addition, he’s the editor-in-chief of the Cleveland Review of BooksHis popular writing has appeared in newspapers like the Wall Street JournalUSA TodayWashington TimesDetroit NewsCincinnati Enquirer, and Columbus Dispatch, in magazines like BELT MagazineThe New Territory, University Bookman, and Wreck Park. His recent academic work is forthcoming in Kansas History and the Middle West Review, and two edited collections, one with Kent State University Press and one with the University of Oklahoma Press. You can find him on Twitter @jacob_bruggeman

Main Advisor: Professor Burgin, Professor Furstenberg