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Paul J. P. Sandul teaches courses in American history, urban history, public history, oral history, and cultural memory. He recently co-edited and contributed to a new anthology called Making Suburbia: New Histories of Everyday America (University of Minnesota Press, 2015) with John Archer and Katherine Solomonson, which recently won an honorable mention for the Ray & Pat Browne Award for Best Edited Collection in Popular Culture and American Culture from the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (2016). His monograph, California Dreaming: Boosterism, Memory, and Rural Suburbs in the Golden State, was published by the West Virginia University Press in 2014. Past publications include a chapter contribution concerning suburban development and memory for River City and Valley Life: An Environmental History of the Sacramento Region (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013) and articles concerning oral history, memory, race, and suburbia for the Sound Historian, Agricultural History, and East Texas Historical Journal. His is currently working on co-editing an anthology on Texas suburbs for the Oklahoma University Press and is spearheading new oral history projects on the non-religious and LGBT communities in deep East Texas, as well as to direct the Charlie Wilson Oral History project about the famed congressperson.