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Montgomery Wolf

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Senior Lecturer

Montgomery Wolf is completing a manuscript titled We Accept You, One of Us? Punk Rock, Community, and Individualism in an Uncertain Era, 1974 to 1985, which is under advance contract with University of North Carolina Press. The manuscript's most important contribution is to contextualize much more fully the advent and early development of punk rock within the social and cultural history of the 1970s, and to deepen our understanding of the period as a critical juncture in the history of the self in America.


PhD, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, US Cultural and Intellectual History 2008

Of note:

Creative Teaching Award, UGA, 2015

Large Classes, Flipping the Classroom, and Free Textbooks, UGA, Center for Teaching and Learning, Grant designed to facilitate major course redesign of large residential classes around a model based on OERs and the flipped classroom, 2014-2015

Core Award , Fulbright Scholar Program, 2013-2014

Junior Faculty Research Grant, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, in support of book project "Personality Crisis: Punk Rock and the 1970s Revolution of the Self", 2010




Events featuring Montgomery Wolf
101 LeConte

This installment of the Department of History’s undergraduate lecture series features Dr. Montgomery Wolf. Professor Wolf teaches courses on the history of popular culture, music, and the modern United States. She is completing a manuscript entitled, We Accept You, One of Us? Punk Rock, Community, and Individualism in an…

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