Patrick Jung, PhD
Patrick J. Jung graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science and history. He entered Marquette University where he earned his Master of Arts in United States history in 1992 and his doctoral degree in United States history in 1997. He has worked since 2003 as a professor of history and anthropology at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He is the author of “The Black Hawk War of 1832” (University of Oklahoma Press, 2007). His most recent work is “The Misunderstood Mission of Jean Nicolet: Understanding the 1634 Journey” (Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2018). In addition to his various books and articles on the history of American Indian societies in the western Great Lakes, he has written several works on German art history, particularly industrial art, including “Erich Mercker: A Landscape and Industrial Artist in Twentieth-Century Germany” (MSOE Press, 2014). He is currently planning a future book on German industrial art from 1871 to 1945.