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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
|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
|Early America, American women's history, history of gender, Slavery, Southern U.S., History of Industrial Research|
|Rachel Greenfield, Independent Scholar
|American women's history, Advertising and Marketing Industries, business and consumption, 1850s-1940s|
|Ellen Hartigan-O'Connor, Department of History, University of California, Davis
|American women's history|
|Michael S. Kideckel, History Teacher, The Hewitt School
|American women's history, Advertising, Consumer Culture, Environment, Breakfast Cereal|