O'Brassill-Kulfan, Kristin

Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan is a public historian and scholar of early American social history, particularly interested in archival methodologies and the history of poverty and homelessness. She is leading the local chapter of an international collaborative research project with the Humanities Action Lab on the historical underpinnings of environmental justice issues and the social impacts of climate change in central and southern New Jersey.


O.Brassill, K. “Labor Sweated Here: Commemorating Workers and Their Activism in Paterson, New Jersey,” Where are the Workers?: Labor's Stories at Museums and Historic Sites, eds Robert Forrant and Mary Anne Trasciatti, forthcoming from University of Illinois Press, 2021.

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