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BHC Expert Research Interests BHC Prize(s) Received
Jennifer Black, Assistant Professor of History and Government, Misericordia University
@blackjen1
(Bio)
history of advertising and consumer culture, material and visual culture, cultural history, 19th c. US
Mandy L. Cooper, Lecturer of Women's and Gender History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
@ML_Cooper
(Bio)
Business History, Legal History, 19th c. US, American women's history, Slavery, emotions, political history, cultural history, Business-Government Relations, family business
Richard R. John, Columbia University, Professor of History and Communications
(Bio)
Political Economy, history of communication, 19th c. US
Sharon Ann Murphy, Providence College, Professor of History
(Bio)
19th c. US, Financial history