Doctoral Colloquium 2016: Portland, Oregon
Mary Bridges, Vanderbilt University
"Constructing Creditworthiness: The Latin-American Expansion of US Branch Banking the Early Twentieth Century"
Jairo Campuzano-Hoyos, University of Notre Dame, Universidad EAFIT
"Reinterpreting Dominant Tropes: Colombians' Search for Material Progress in Neighboring Latin America, 1870-1930"
Owen James Hyman, Mississippi State University
"The Cut and the Color Line: An Environmental History of Jim Crow in the Deep South's Forests, 1876-1965"
Michael S. Kideckel, Columbia University
"When Food Became Natural: Industrial Food Culture and the Marketing of Reform"
Kira Lussier, University of Toronto
"Motivating the Self: Psychological Testing in Corporate America, 1950-1990"
Jamieson Gordon Myles, Université de Genève
"A Return to Normal in International Trade? Political Economy of Trade Finance and the Case of the Swiss Machine Industry, 1919-1939"
Robert Gabriel Nelson, University of California, Berkeley
"The People's Capital: The Politics of Popular Finance in the Gilded Age"
Elizabeth Semler, University of Minnesota
"Public Communication of Health Science: Food Advertising in the Post-World War II Period"
David K. Thomson, University of Georgia
"Bonds of War: The Evolution of World Financial Markets in the Civil War Era"
Chenxiao Xia, Kyoto University
"Electricity and Capitalism: Japanese Electrification in Comparative Perspective, 1880s-1930s"
Marcelo Bucheli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Walter Friedman, Harvard Business School
Abe de Jong, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Mary Yeager, University of California, Los Angeles
Emily Katherine Gibson, Georgia Institute of Technology