Huey receives Mark C. Stevens Fellowship from the Bentley Historical Library

PhD candidate Ryan Huey received the Mark C. Stevens Fellowship from the Bentley Historical Library to support research for his dissertation, “’You Don’t Have a Job, You Get High, and You Like Music’: The Counterculture, Work, and Policing in Southeast Michigan, 1943-1990.” The bi-annual fellowship is open to scholars working on doctoral dissertations or conducting postdoctoral research in any area requiring significant use of the holdings of the Bentley Historical Library.

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