Research Assistant, Northeastern University
Moskowitz is a Ph.D. student in World History at the College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Northeastern University.
His research interests are focused on the textile mills and workers in Lowell, Massachusetts in the early 19th century and how they connect to factories in North Carolina and Mexico through global discourses of race. His work examines flows of labor and technology through the perspective of racial capitalism and sits at the intersection of cultural, labor, global, economic, and cultural history.
He also performs research at the Climate Jobs Institute at Cornell University, ILR School with Professor Mijin Cha of the University of California, Santa Cruz on how labor unions can shape climate policy at the state level.