Michael T. Walsh (PhD, Public Policy, Class of 2012), had his first book published on December 11, 2017 by Arcadia Publishing/The History Press. The book is entitled Baltimore Prohibition: Wet and Dry in the Free State and is a more condensed version of his doctoral dissertation purposely geared towards a more general readership..
Michael, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, is a historian who specializes in both twentieth-century U.S. history as well as local history. Michael majored in history and received his undergraduate degree from Loyola University Maryland. He obtained a master's degree in historical studies at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and subsequently earned his PhD at UMBC in public policy with a concentration in policy history. Michael currently teaches U.S. history as an adjunct professor at the Community College of Baltimore County and is a grants and contracts manager and training coordinator in the Office of Sponsored Programs at UMBC. Michael’s wife Jennifer is also currently a Ph.D. student in the Public Policy program.
There will be a book signing at the White Marsh Barnes and Noble’s store on Saturday January 6, 2018 at 2 PM. More events and signings will be announced soon. Please “Like” and/or “Follow” the Baltimore Prohibition pages on social media!
Dr. Michael T. Walsh (PhD: Public Policy & MA: Historical Studies)
Grants and Contracts Manager
Office of Sponsored Programs
Engineering/Computer Science Building, Room 324