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Andy Horowitz
Assistant Professor of History
504-862-8608
Hebert Hall 326A

Biography

Andy Horowitz specializes in modern American political, cultural, and environmental history. Horowitz's current research explores disasters and the questions they give rise to about ​race, class, community, trauma, inequality, the welfare state, urban and suburban development, extractive industry, and environmental change. He is writing a book about Katrina’s history.

EVST courses taught:

United States Environmental History (HISU 2670)
Disasters in America: Political, Cultural, and Environmental Histories (HISU 6270)
The Katrina Disaster Now
Wilderness in the American Imagination (HISU 6910)
Twentieth Century America