Gabe Logan

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Gabe Logan

Professor
148 Gries Hall
906-227-1744
glogan@nmu.edu
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Education
B.E., Missouri Southern State College
M.A. Northern Illinois University
Ph.D. Northern Illinois University

Interests 
Dr. Logan’s teaching and research primarily focuses on twentieth-century U.S. History, Sport History, Immigration History, and Secondary Teacher Education.  He is the director of NMU’s Secondary History/Social Studies programs and the AAUP-NMU chapter’s Contract Officer.


Select Publications
The Early Years of Chicago Soccer: 1887-1939. Lanham, Maryland: Roman and Littlefield, Lexington Books, 2019. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498599030/The-Early-Years-of-Chicago-Soccer-...

“The Development of Early Chicago Soccer, 1886-1914.” In Mapping U.S. Soccerscapes, 1863–1913: Immigrants, Industries, and Individuals. Chris Bolsmann and George Kioussis eds. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, forthcoming 2019.

“C’mon You Reds: The U.S.’s Communist Party’s Workers’ Soccer Association 1927-1935.” Journal of Sport History. Vol. 44, no 3 (2017): 384-398.

“Playing for the People: Labor Sport Union Athletic Clubs in the Lake Superior/Iron Range 1927-1936.” Upper Country: A Journal of the Lake Superior Region. Vol. 4, (2016): 44-83.

“Pilgrim’s Progress in Chicago: Three English Soccer Tours to the Second City, 1905-1909.” Soccer and Society. Vol. 11:3, (May, 2010): 198-212.

“The Rise of Early Chicago Soccer.” In Sports in Chicago, Elliot Gorn, ed. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2008, 19-42.

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