I study twentieth century U.S. labor and political history. My dissertation examines how interracial working-class mobilization shaped the rise (and fall) of the liberal wing of the Republican Party.
“A New Deal-ized Grand Old Party: Labor, Civil Rights, and the Remaking of American Liberalism, 1935-1973”
Labor and political economy
US urban politics
Public policy and institutional development
Race and class formation
United States History, 1929-1959
Labor Studies Research and Internship Seminar