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Hunter Moskowitz

PhD in World History

Hunter Moskowitz is a doctoral candidate in World History at Northeastern with a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. His dissertation focuses on the movement of labor and technology in the early 19th century textile industry in mill communities such as Lowell, Massachusetts, Monterrey, Nuevo León, and Concord, North Carolina, and how this shaped global understandings of race. He also works on researching climate and labor policy and just transitions at the University of California Santa Cruz.

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Name: Hunter Moskowitz

Cohort: 2020

Research Interests: Labor history, cultural history, global history, and economic history. 

Comps Fields: Labor and Race in the United States until 1877, Modern Latin American History, World History. 


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