Volume lll, Spring 2009

Table of Contents

Articles
Winner of the 2009 Scott Greer Award for Outstanding Research
‘We Come from the Future’: Legacies of Authoritarianism and Urban Unrest in the Age of Neoliberalism
Nicholas Papakis, Urban Studies MS Student, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. e.polis 2009 3: 1-24.
Voices from Within: The Academic Experiences of Minority Scholars at a Midwest Research University
Tammy L. Hodo, Urban Studies Doctoral Graduate, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee e.polis 2009 3: 25-59.
Canoli in the Cream City
Ashley Zampogna, History Doctoral Student, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee e.polis 2009 3: 60-83.
A ‘Blue Shirt’ UW for Milwaukee: Making the Case for the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, 1948-1956
Seth Zlotocha, History MA Graduate, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee e.polis 2009 3: 84-110.
An Interview with Dr. Laura McEnaney, Keynote Speaker for 2009 Urban Studies Programs’ Student Forum
Dr. McEnaney discusses her research, teaching, and writing. Interviewed by Dan Murphy, Urban Studies Doctoral Student, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee e.polis 2009 3: 111-132.
Who’s Your City?: How the Creative Economy is Making Where to Live the Most Important Decision of Your Life by Richard Florida. Perseus Books Group, Philadelphia, PA, 2008, 374 pages
Book Review by: Jason Biernat, Urban Planning MS Student, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee e.polis 2009 3: 133-136.
Legacies of Struggle: Conflict and Cooperation in Korean American Politics by A. Y. Chung. Stanford University Press, Stanford, 2007, 322 pages
Book Review by: Akarath Soukhaphon, Geography MA Student, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee e.polis 2009 3: 137-140.