"Never put ketchup on a hot dog." –Chicago proverb
Andrew M. Busch is an interdisciplinary historian who studies cities, environmental planning, knowledge production, and political economy. He is also an oral historian. Busch received a PhD in American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of City in a Garden: Environmental Transformations and Racial Justice in Twentieth Century Austin, Texas (University of North Carolina Press, 2017) and co-author of Republic of Barbecue: Stories beyond the Brisket (University of Texas Press, 2009). His new project, High Tech Texas: Public Institutions, Regional Economic Development, and the Myth of Free Markets, is under contract with the University of Texas Press.
Globalization, critical thinking, interdisciplinary studies, urban studies, environmental studies, sustainability, political economy, oral history
Urban and environmental history, political economy, economic geography, Texas and the US South, racial issues, sustainability