Joseph McCartin

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Joseph McCartin


Joseph A. McCartin is an Associate Professor of History at Georgetown University. He is an expert on twentieth (20th) century U.S. labor, social and political issues. He teaches courses in 20th Century U.S. Labor History, U.S. Since 1945, America Between the Wars, 20th Century (and Modern) U.S. State and Society, and 20th Century U.S. Social History.[1]

Education

  • Ph.D. (1990) State University of New York at Binghamton,
  • M.A. (1985) State University of New York at Binghamton,
  • A.B. (1981) College of the Holy Cross, History[2]

DSA Renegotiate NAFTA petition

In 2009 Joseph A. McCartin, Georgetown University, signed a petition calling on President Barack Obama to Renegotiate NAFTA. The petition was initiated and circulated by Democratic Socialists of America.[3]

Labor, the Left, and Progressives in the Obama Era

April 6, 2010 at the McShain Lounge in McCarthy Hall Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. a seminar "Labor, the Left, and Progressives in the Obama Era" was held.

After the success of health care reform, what’s next on labor’s agenda? How can the labor movement grow and engage with a progressive movement that speaks to the Obama era? What is the role of younger workers, workers of color, and women? Is there a new “New Deal” on the horizon?

Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed, Christopher Hayes, Washington editor of the Nation, Gerry Hudson, executive vice-president of the SEIU, Michael Kazin, co-editor of Dissent, Harold Meyerson, columnist for the Washington Post, and Liz Shuler, secretary-treasurer of the AFL-CIO will speak.

Georgetown labor historian Joseph McCartin moderated.[4]

The event was sponsored by Dissent magazine.

DC Jobs with Justice

DC Jobs with Justice Executive Committee, 2015;

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