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BHC Expert Research Interests BHC Prize(s) Received
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
Alexi Garrett, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Virginia
@AlexiGarrett
(Bio)
Early America, American women's history, history of gender, Slavery, Southern U.S., History of Industrial Research
Rachel Greenfield, Independent Scholar
(Bio)
American women's history, Advertising and Marketing Industries, business and consumption, 1850s-1940s
Ellen Hartigan-O'Connor, Department of History, University of California, Davis
(Bio)
American women's history
Michael S. Kideckel, History Teacher, The Hewitt School
(Bio)
American women's history, Advertising, Consumer Culture, Environment, Breakfast Cereal