Michael H. Ebner
Michael H. Ebner is the James D. Vail III Professor of History Emeritus at Lake Forest College, where he taught from 1974 to 2007. He is best known as the author of the prizewinning Creating Chicago's North Shore: A Suburban History (1988). He has taught in the U.S. Department of Education's Teaching American History initiative in Florida, Minnesota, Illinois, and Virginia and also served as project director of Creating a Geographically Extended Class at Lake Forest College, underwritten by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Ebner is the recipient of awards—as a mentor, as a teacher, and for public service—from the American Historical Association, the Chicago Tribune, the City College of New York, and Lake Forest College, and is a life trustee at the Chicago History Museum. He is currently completing a book entitled Re-mixed: Storylines from Metropolitan America.
- A Life of Learning in the Classroom
- Baseball as History/History as Baseball
- Heterolocal America: New Immigrants Revising our Metropolitan Regions
- How the Automobile Transformed the American Metropolis
- Remixed: Storylines from Metropolitan America
- Teaching American History: What Happens when Professors and Secondary School Educators Converge?