March 15, 2013
Hannah Farber, University of California, Berkeley, PEAES Dissertation Fellow and MCEAS Barra Dissertation Fellow, "Republics of Capital: Marine Insurance Companies and the Body Politic, 1792-1815."
January 25, 2013
Ariel Ron, PEAES Post-Doctoral Fellow for 2012-13 “From Social Movement to Political Lobby: Agricultural Reform and the Antebellum Party System."
February 24, 2012
Joseph M. Adelman, National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, American Antiquarian Society, “Extracts from some Rebel Papers”: Patriots, Loyalists, and the Perils of Wartime Printing
April 1, 2011
Katherine Arner, A Creole Complex: Yellow Fever, the Atlantic World and the Formation of Early Republican Medical Culture
November 6, 2008
Michelle Craig McDonald, PEAES 2008 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow and
Assistant Professor of History, Stockton College, "Coffee's Creole: Post-Revolutionary Patterns of Trade."
With comments by Jane Merritt, Old Dominion University, and
Ellen Hartigan-O’Connor, University of California-Davis
April 4, 2008
Jeffery Kaja, Ph.D. Candidate in History, University of Michigan, PEAES Post-doctoral Fellow, "Shewing the Course": Defining the Role of Public Highways in Early Pennsylvania, 1680-1800."
November 30, 2007
Dr. Jonathan Chu, PEAES Post-doctoral Fellow, "Reorienting American Trade: The Origins of the China Trade and the Development Of A National Investment Community.
February 16, 2007
Candice Harrison, PEAES Dissertation Fellow and McNeil Center Fellow, "A
Jack of All Spades: The Public Market in Revolutionary Philadelphia."
October 13, 2006
Jessica Lepler, PEAES Dissertation Fellow, "'In the Name of the Merchants of New York and the People of the United States' : Harnessing the Power of the Panic of 1837"
March 31, 2006
Rohit T. Aggarwala, PEAES Post-Doctoral Fellow, " ’To be soon the metropolis of all the continent’: the origins of the Philadelphia- New York rivalry, 1681-1781."
James Fichter, PEAES Resident Dissertation Fellow, "Dreams of Avarice: the First Generation of American Millionaires, 1792-1802."
November 11, 2005
Francois Furstenberg, University of Montreal and PEAES Post-Doctoral Fellow, "French Émigrés to Philadelphia: The French Atlantic World and the Political, Social, and Economic Development of the Early U.S. Republic, 1789-1803.”
November 19, 2004
Brian Luskey, PEAES Post-doctoral Fellow, "Manliness and Respectability: White-Collar Workers in Antebellum America." June 3, 2004 Brian Schoen, PEAES Advanced Research Fellow, “Free Trade and Unfree Labor: Cotton and the Transformation of Early National Economic Thought”
November 14, 2003
Linzy Brekke, Ph.D. Candidate at Harvard University and PEAES Dissertation Fellow, "The Scourge of Fashion": Clothing and Cultural Anxiety in the Political Economy of the Early Republic, 1783-1800"
2002/2003 Seminar Series
April 25, 2003
Jane Merritt, Old Dominion University, "Tea Traders and the Ambivalent American Moral Economy." Michelle Craig, University of Michigan, "The Coffeehouse Debates: Platforms for Philadelphia's Revolutionary Protest."
2001/2002 Seminar Series
August 8, 2002
Stephen A. Mihm, New York University, "Making Money: Bank Notes, Counterfeiting, and Confidence, 1789-1877."
April 5, 2002
Shawn Kimmel, University of Michigan and PEAES Dissertation Fellow, "Sentimental Police in the Political Economy of Mathew Carey's Philanthropies"
March 22, 2002
Adrienne Hood, University of Toronto, "Quakers as Consumers: Museum Collections, Material Culture, and Early American History"
--Co-sponsored with the McNeil Center for Early American Studies, Temple University Seminar on Social History and Theory, and Temple University's Women's Studies Program.
November 30, 2001
Seth Rockman, Occidental College and PEAES Advanced Research Fellow, "Unsteady Labor in Unsteady Times: Urban Workers at the Forefront of Early Republic Capitalism"
Kate Carté, University of Wisconsin-Madison and PEAES Dissertation Fellow, "The Strangers' Store: Religion and Retail in Moravian Bethlehem, 1753-1775"
Winifred Rothenberg, Tufts University, "Mortgage Credit as a Process of Rural Capital Formation in Colonial Massachusetts: Middlesex County, 1642-1776"
Donna Rilling, SUNY Stony Brook and PEAES Advanced Research Fellow, "In Defense of Polluting the Nineteenth-Century Metropolis"
David Hancock, University of Michigan and Library Company Fellow, "The Atlantic World of a Backcountry Merchant"
Sarah Kidd, University of Missouri, "'To be harassed by my creditors is a fate worse than death . .':Implications of the Panic of 1819"
Jamie Bronstein, New Mexico State University, "Caught in the Machinery: Workplace Accidents and Injured Workers in Early 19th-Century America and Britain"
Sean Adams, University of Central Florida and PEAES Advanced Research Fellow, "Richmond's Pits vs. The Commonwealth's Fuel: Economic Competition in the Early American Coal Trade"
Andrew O'Shaughnessy, University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh, "The Other Road to Yorktown: St. Eustatius and Illicit Trade in the British Caribbean during the Revolutionary War"
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