SeanMunger.com

Official site of author and historian Sean Munger.

About Sean

I am the historian who sees the future, and the future is climate change. I help business leaders see the wave of societal-level change that’s about to hit them, so they can learn how to future-proof their businesses and ensure their survival. I speak and consult on how history can help us navigate the immense changes that are transforming our world and challenging our deepest assumptions.

I have a Ph.D. in U.S. environmental history (University of Oregon) and J.D. from Tulane Law School. My adventures in both the business world and studying the historical past have given me a pair of magic glasses that enable me to see what’s coming in our future–and use lessons from how people in the past have dealt with transformative change to find a way forward for today’s industries, businesses and institutions.

I am also an author. My latest book is Jake’s 88, a coming-of-age romance set in the 1980s. I have also written The Valley of Forever, about the nature of time; short story collection Hotel Himalaya: Three Travel Romances, the “anti-romance” novel February Romance, and “historical horror” novels Zombies of Byzantium, Zombie Rebellion and Doppelgänger.

Since 2016 I have written, produced and curated the history podcast Second Decade, about the momentous times, places and people of the 1810s, the second decade of the 19th century, and how they shaped our emerging modern world.

I also teach history courses online.

If you’re wondering “how does he do all that?”, connect with me and learn about the fun, informative and interesting work I do.

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