Justin Jackson

PhD, Columbia University, with distinction, MA, University of Massachusetts Amherst, BA, Hampshire College

Justin is a historian of the United States, the United States in the World, and global history. Having taught previously at New York University, he teaches courses introducing students to historical thought and methods and American and global history. His book, The Work of Empire: War, Occupation, and the Making of American Colonialisms in Cuba and the Philippines, is currently under contract with the University of North Carolina Press. His writings have appeared in Labor: Studies in Working-Class History, the International Labor and Working-Class History Review, and On Coerced Labor: Work and Compulsion After Slavery (Brill, 2016), a volume edited by Marcel van der Linden and Magaly Rodriguez. He has presented papers at annual meetings of the American Historical Association, Organization of American Historians, and Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, as well as international conferences in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy, Austria, and the Philippines. His next research project is a history of military government and capitalism in U.S. history in North America and beyond, from the nation’s founding to recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; preliminary research for this project will be published in 2020 in The Journal of Historical Sociology.


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