Andrew Kersten

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Andrew Kersten

Andrew Kersten is Associate Professor Labor Studies, History at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay.

He is also Professor of Social Change and Development, with Democratic Socialists of America member Harvey Kaye.


Andrew E. Kersten received his Ph.D. in American History at the University of Cincinnati in 1997. He teaches the United States Survey, United States immigration history, United States labor history, American colonial history, and the history seminar. He has published two books, Race, Jobs, and the War: The FEPC in the Midwest and Politics and Progress: The American State and Society since the Civil War, and several articles. Currently he is working on a history of work in America. He is also interested in and has written about the history of the city of Green Bay.[1]


  1. [ UWGB bio, accessed March 16]