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Mr Will Holub-Moorman


PhD Candidate at Princeton University, United States



Will Holub-Moorman studies the political, legal, and social history of the modern United States. His dissertation project examines the relationship between welfare policy, family law, and social scientific understandings of child poverty in late-twentieth-century American governance. In particular, it explores the expansion and federalization of child support enforcement and related legal infrastructures that defined and policed the obligations of parents whose children received welfare. Since 2021, Will has been a Digital Fellow at the Society for the History of Children and Youth.



Welfare policy, family law, social sciences
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