We are delighted to announce that Nate Holdren has accepted a tenure-track position at Drake University, where currently holds the title of Visiting Assistant Professor. His appointment is in the undergraduate legal studies program (also known as the department of Law, Politics, and Society).
Professor Holdren received his Ph.D.
in History from the University of Minnesota in 2014 and subsequently held the
Jerome Hall Postdoctoral Fellowship at Indiana University's Maurer
School of Law. His current book project
"use[s] the history of employee injury law as a point of entry to
investigate the relationships between law, gender, disability, class,
and capitalism." He is also the author of "Incentivizing
Safety and Discrimination: Employment Risks under Workmen’s
Compensation in the Early Twentieth Century United States," which appeared in March 2014 issue of Enterprise & Society.
Congratulations to Nate Holdren!