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Andrew Craig

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Andrew's primary research interest is history of agricultural pollution and environmental justice movements in the US South. He has written extensively on the development of commercial hog farming in North Carolina. 



MA, University of North Carolina Wilmington, History, 2021

BA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, History, 2015


Of note:

Graduate School Doctoral Fellow Award, UGA, 2021 

Cashman Prize for Best M.A. Thesis, UNCW, 2021

Events featuring Andrew Craig
320 LeConte Hall

Faculty and graduate students from any department are invited to join us to discuss the paper "'Seedtime and Harvest': Georgia's Fertilizer Industry and the Making of the New South," with Andrew Craig, PhD student, University of Georgia.

The draft paper will be distributed to the Dirty History listserv two weeks in advance. If you'd like to get on…

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