Dan Graff

Dan Graff, a faculty member in the History Department, is Director of the Higgins Labor Program, a research and advocacy unit of the Center for Social Concerns that explores the past, present, and future of work. His research and teaching focus is American labor history, with a particular interest in the problems of work, slavery, and freedom in the nineteenth-century United States as well as the place of work in contemporary American politics and culture.
Select courses: US Labor History, 1776-1945; Labor & America since 1945; Food, Work, and Power in American History; Abraham Lincoln’s America; Jacksonian America, 1815-1846: Culture, Politics, and Society; The Right to Vote in American History
Department of History bio  dgraff@nd.edu  574/631-5845

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