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BHC Expert Research Interests BHC Prize(s) Received
Ellen Hartigan-O'Connor, Department of History, University of California, Davis
American women's history
Eric S. Hintz, Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, Smithsonian Institution
invention, Innovation, R&D, History of Science and Technology, Business History
Daniel Horowitz, Smith College
American Consumer Culture
Roger Horowitz, Director of the Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society at Hagley Museum and Library, Adjunct Professor of History, University of Delaware
Consumer Culture, Food, Labor, regulation, Religion, Technology
Clint Hough, PhD Candidate, Florida International University, Faculty, Ransom Everglades School
History of Capitalism
Vicki Howard, University of Essex, Visiting Fellow, Department of History, Journal Co-editor, "History of Retailing and Consumption" (Routledge)
Retailing, Consumer Culture, gender, food studies, policy
Caroline Jack, Assistant professor, University of California, San Diego
media, public communication of economics, Twentieth Century, Public Relations
Richard R. John, Columbia University, Professor of History and Communications
Political Economy, history of communication, 19th c. US
Tanya Jurado, Lecturer Small Business and Entrepreneurship, School of Management, Massey Business School
entrepreneurship, SMEs, Small Business, Trade
Ida Lunde Jørgensen, Assistant Professor, PhD, Copenhagen Business School
Philanthropy, Foundations, Welfare State, Visual Art, material and visual culture
Aparna Kapadia, Williams College, Associate Professor
Business History, urban history
Michael S. Kideckel, History Teacher, The Hewitt School
American women's history, Advertising, Consumer Culture, Environment, Breakfast Cereal
Seung Woo Kim, Research Fellow, Graduate Institute Geneva
Money and finance
Aki Kinjo, Professor, Gakushuin Women's College
History of collateral, industrial finance
Sven Kube, Florida International University
Communist Enterprise, Culture Industries and Markets, Cold War Era
Jeremy Land, Historian, Edwards-Pitman, Research Associate, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, CRISES Fellow, University of Jyväskylä
Early America, Trade, International Trade, International Business, Transatlantic History, central banking
William Lazonick, University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Corporate Governance
Marc Levinson, Economist, Independent Scholar
Transportation, Retailing, supply chains and globalization, regulation, Finance
Aiala Levy, PhD candidate, University of Chicago
Latin America, Brazil, urban, entertainment
Jessica Ann Levy, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Virginia
Black Business, Corporate Politics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Multinational Corporations, Race, Urban Development
Kenneth Lipartito, Professor of History, Florida International University
Innovation, Technology, business culture, political economy and social responsibility.
Jan L. Logemann, University of Göttingen, Institute for Social and Economic History
Marketing, Consumer Culture, Consumer Credit
Kira Lussier, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Toronto, Mississauga
History of management, History of Science and Technology, Consumer Culture
Bashar H. Malkawi, Professor of Law, University of Sharjah, UAE
WTO, Business Law, economic integration, Business History, free trade, international trade law
Craig M. McMahon, PhD candidate in economic history, University of Cambridge, Affiliated research student at the Centre for Financial History
Financial Institutions, Consumer Credit, Payday lending, Pawnbrokers, History of Capitalism
Ashton W. Merck, PhD Candidate, Duke University
20th century, Agriculture, Business fraud, Consumer protection, Regulatory policy, Trade, United States
Samuel Milner, Doctoral Candidate, Yale University
Corporate organization, pricing policy, industrial-labor relations, Business-Government Relations
Marina Moskowitz, Lynn and Gary Mecklenburg Chair in Textiles, Material Culture, and Design, Professor Design Studies Department, University of Wisconsin
material and visual culture, landscape and the built environment, business and consumption, constructions of the middle class
Sharon Ann Murphy, Providence College, Professor of History
19th c. US, Financial history
Dr. Laurence B. Mussio, Co-Founder, Long Run Initiative (LRI), Special Advisor, Office of the CEO, BMO Financial Group, Lecturer, Schulich School of Business, York University
Banking, Financial Institutions, Insurance, regulation, Reputation, Technology
Lucy Newton, Henley Business School, University of Reading
Banking History
Franklin Noll, President, Noll Historical Consulting, LLC
US Public Debt, Treasury Securities, Civil War Finance, History of Money
Ellen Nye, PhD Candidate, Yale University
Economic History
Misty Kay Peñuelas, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Oklahoma, Adjunct History Instructor, Northern Oklahoma College
US History since 1865; the New Deal; history of capitalism; antimonopoly; politics of consumption
Nickolas Perrone, University of California, Davis
Commodities, Environment, Credit Reporting, Finance, Manufacturing
Shannon Perry, De Montfort University, Photographic Historical Research Centre (PHRC)
business and consumption, 19th century, Commodities, Consumer Culture
Andrew Popp, Professor of History, Copenhagen Business School
family business, entrepreneurship
Leon C. Prieto, Assistant Professor of Management, Clayton State University
African-American Management History
Prateek Raj, PhD Candidate, University College London, Research Associate, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Early Modern Europe, Colonial India, Guilds, Caste, Networks
Beatriz Rodriguez-Satizabal, Ph.D. Candidate , School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London
Business History, Business Groups, Evolution of the Firm, entrepreneurship, Latin America
Caitlin Rosenthal, Assistant Professor of History, University of California-Berkeley
Travis E. Ross, Lecturer, Department of History, Yale University
Knowledge and capitalism, publishing, Higher Education
Andrew Russell, Professor of History and Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
information technology, standardization, Technology, Organizations
Jason Russell, SUNY Empire State College
Labor-Management Relations, Unions, Management, Technological Change
Daniel Rust, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Superior
Laura Phillips Sawyer, Assistant Professor, Harvard Business School
US History since 1865; history of capitalism; antimonopoly; politics of consumption
Lindsay Schakenbach Regele, Assistant Professor, Miami University
Early Republic United States, Political Economy, Diplomacy, Manufacturing
Janick Marina Schaufelbuehl, Associate professor, University of Lausanne
US business groups, US foreign policy, European Common Market, Cold War history, multinationals
Benjamin Schwantes, Managing Editor, Johns Hopkins University
history of communication, Transportation, Business Management, Immigration, Technology and Business
Rahima Schwenkbeck, Policy Studies Organization
Utopian Societies, Consumer Culture, Economic Development, Marketing, Entrepreneurism