I am a political historian of modern US with a specialty in American Socialism and 3rd-Party movements. I am a PhD Candidate at Binghamton University. My dissertation, "Hiding in Plain Sight: American Socialists at the State Level, 1899-1945," explores how Socialist state legislators operated in statehouses during the early 20th century. I have taught courses primarily focused on the modern United States, including a comparative course that focused on the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression. You can follow me on Twitter @JoshKluever
Grad school demands can be overwhelming and it can be challenging to get involved in department service opportunities. Here are some tips for how to select committee assignments and why service is so important.