Doctoral Colloquium 2015: Miami, Florida

Participants

Faculty

Edward Balleisen, Duke University
Stephanie Decker, Aston Business School
Margaret B.W. Graham, McGill University
Per H. Hansen, Copenhagen Business School

Presenters

James Barber, Texas Tech University
"What Are They Going to Do to Us Now: Fear and Uncertainty at the End of Bretton Woods"
Jasper Bittner, University of Oxford
"The Evolution of the German Bankruptcy Regime 1830-1877"
Michael Castelle, University of Chicago
"Making Markets Durable: Transaction Processing in Finance and Commerce"
Erik Moss Erlandson, University of Virginia
"Redesigning the State: Federal Courts and the Emergence of a Deregulatory Bureaucracy"
Valeria Giacomin, Copenhagen Business School
"The Evolution of the Palm Oil Industry in Malaysia and Indonesia in the 20th Century"
Emily Katherine Gibson, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Domesticating the Air/Domesticating the World: Feminism, Modernity, and the Rise of Commercial Aviation, 1920-1970"
Koji Hirata, Stanford University
"Steel Metropolis: Industrial Enterprise, Urban Space, and Social Identity in Northeast China, 1909-1997"
Brenden Kennedy, University of Florida
"The Yazoo Land Sales: Slavery, Speculation, and Capitalism in the Early American Republic"
Lauren Klaffke, University of Minnesota
"Medicating the Corporate Soul: Employee Relations, Public Relations, and Philanthropy in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 1930-1980"
Jessica Levy, Johns Hopkins University
"From Black Power to Black Empowerment: Transnational Capital and Racial Integration in the United States and South Africa, 1969-2010"
Sabine Pitteloud, Université de Genève
"Multinationals-Territory-Work in Switzerland (1970-2010): The History of a Turning Point?"
Jonathan Quann, Princeton University
"Sinking Leviathan: Global Shipping and the Growth of the American State, 1870-1920"

Student Liaison

Ishva Minefee, College of Business, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign