Brett L. Abrams

Brett L. Abrams received his doctorate in US History from American University in 2000. He pursued his interest in the intersection of popular culture and gender and sexuality with his first book Hollywood Bohemian: Transgressive Sexuality and the Movieland Dream. After living in Washington, DC for many years, Brett realized that there were many areas of sports history to pursue in the nation’s capital. He wrote about the rationales for built and proposed stadiums in Washington with Capital Sporting Grounds then used the city’s professional basketball teams as case studies to illuminate how the basketball industry has changed during the twentieth century in The Bullets, the Wizards and Washington, DC Basketball.

You can read an Archive of his posts here.