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Mark Hendrickson Mark Hendrickson
Department of History
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive MC 0104
La Jolla , California , 92093-0104
(858) 534-0408
H&SS Room: 4008

Curriculum Vitae

Mark Hendrickson specializes in twentieth century United States history with an emphasis on labor, political economy, public policy, and capitalism.


  • “Steering the State: Government, Nongovernmental Organizations, and the Making ofLabor Knowledge in the 1920s,” in Doug Guthrie and Elisabeth Clemens, Politics and Partnerships: Associations  and Nonprofit Organizations in American Governance (Chicago: University of Chicago Press: 2010)
  • “Gender Research as Labor Activism:  The Women’s Bureau in the New Era,” The Journal of Policy History 20 (Fall 2008); 482-515
  • “Capitalism and Its Culture: Rethinking 20th Century American Social Thought” International Labor and Working Class History Journal 65 (Spring 2004); 157-160
  • “Wagner Act,”  “Department of Labor,” and “Works Progress Administration” entries in Alice O’Connor and Gwendolyn Mink, Poverty and Social Welfare in America: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics and Policy (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2004)


DOC 2: Justice
HILD 2C: The United States in the 20th Century
HITO 87: Panic!
HITO 87: Major Issues in U.S. Economic History
HIUS 140/ECON 158: U. S. Economic History I
HIUS 141/ECON 159: U.S. Economic History II
HIUS 145: New Era, New Deal
HIUS 181: In the Public Interest