GRAPHIC DesIGn
for Cultural and Educational Clients
The Warren Center
Harvard University
The History of
                             Capitalism
                             in the United States                  ...
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Portfolio Slides 100314
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Portfolio Slides 100314
Portfolio Slides 100314
Portfolio Slides 100314
Portfolio Slides 100314
Portfolio Slides 100314
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Portfolio Slides 100314
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Portfolio Slides 100314
Portfolio Slides 100314
Portfolio Slides 100314
Portfolio Slides 100314
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  1. 1. GRAPHIC DesIGn for Cultural and Educational Clients
  2. 2. The Warren Center Harvard University
  3. 3. The History of Capitalism in the United States Graduate Student ConferenCe Registration Please complete the on-line registration form available on the conference website: www.fas.harvard.edu/~histcap For Directions & Further Information Visit our website: www.fas.harvard.edu/~histcap Or contact us at: history of Capitalism in the United states Charles Warren Center emerson hall 4th Floor harvard University Cambridge, Ma 02138 e availabl n n form e-mail: tratio gistratio -line re Regis histcap@fas.harvard.edu the on co mplete website: Please tcap u/~his ce conferen Conferencearvard.ed on the Organizers www .fas.h atio n Inform anna Bergren, Kathryn Boodry, and Caitlin rosenthal, graduate students s & Further ection For Dir faculty sven Beckert,ebsite: advisor u/~histcap rw d Visit ou vard.e www .fas.har st ates : United act us at lism in the Or cont ta of Capi history ren Ce nter les War November 6–8, 2008 Char r 4th Floo n hall emerso ity Univers 8 No aspect of the modern world Harvard University CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts harvard ge, Ma 0213 Cam brid u can be fUlly Understood without free and open to the public. for more information and to register, visit www.fas.harvard.edu/~histcap ard.ed fas.harv stcap@ e-mail: hi l, considering its relationship to Capitalism. This conference is intended as a forum s sentha Org anizer Ca itlin ro in which to encourage dialogue, debate, rence ry, and Saturday, November 8 Confe n Bood and the development of innovative Kathry rgren, 10:45 am –12:45 pm 8:30–9:00 am: Light Breakfast anna Be students approaches to the writing and teaching te n world gradua Making and Unmaking Markets: advisor of the history of capitalism in the United 9:00 –11:00 am ckert, faculty e moder States. We bring together both emerging systems of exchange and the sven Be t of th Transformation of ideational and The exportation of American N o aspec hou t and established scholars from around the capitalism: American capitalism od wit alism. economic spaces ndersto o Capit world to share new research and new ideas, in an international context fUlly U nship t can be relatio ing its JULia Ott, The New School, presiding and to push the boundaries of existing er consid anDreW GOrDOn, Harvard University, presiding seth rOCKMan, Brown University, comment knowledge to situate American capitalism COLLeen DUnLaVY, University of Wisconsin, sasha nichols-Geerdes, UCLA, “Ancient Customs” in a transnational and global context. of Trade: Organizing Commerce in Colonial Boston Madison, comment Ben sawyer, Michigan State University, Cambridge, MA 02138 Harvard University Emerson Hall, 4th Floor Charles Warren Center Graduate Student ConferenCe Capitalism The History of susan Gaunt, The University of Chicago, “Labour Thursday, November 6 and Mud Make all Men Equal”: The Boonesborough An American Company?: Singer Manufacturing Company and American Capitalism in the Russian The History of Corn Compact of 1779 4:00 – 6:00 pm Imagination during World War I rebecca tinio McKenna, Yale University, Undergraduate Panel on the history of A “Commercial Awakening”: Marketplace Construc- todd scarth, University of Sussex, American State capitalism in the United States at The Barker Center tion in the U.S. Colonial Philippines Formation and Internationalism’s “Capitalist Turn” Capitalism for the Humanities at Harvard. Kelly Patterson, Cornell University, Vetting the En- stefan Link, Harvard University, Henry Ford, trepreneur: A Multi-Dimensional Study of Information, National Socialism, and Illiberal Visions of a Just The His Capita 6:00 –7:30 pm Economy in the USA and Germany, 1920–39 Graduate Trust, and New Ventures in the Post-Bellum South Charle Emerso Harvar opening conference reception Cambr Jason stanley, New York University, Confrontation at Baker Library, Bloomberg Center, Harvard 1:00 –2:15 pm: Lunch and Concessions in an Integrated Commodity Chain: s Warre The Collapse of Cross-Border Unionism in the North d Univ n Hall, Student idge, M Business School. in the United States tory o 2:30 – 4:00 pm American Auto Sector, 1978–84 Graduate Student ConferenCe lis representations: identities and ersity Friday, November 7 4th Floo n Cent 11:15 am –1:15 pm Conferen the Political economy of capitalism A 0213 m The science of capitalism: f y of 8:00 – 8:30 am: Light Breakfast in the United states explorations of the employment of er Histor r 8 MiChaeL DenninG, Yale University, presiding Ce 8:30 –10:30 am science in the capitalist enterprise riCharD JOhn, University of Chicago at Illinois, Private enterprise and Public The tBD, presiding comment Designs: The intersections of Public ism CharLes e. rOsenBerG, Harvard Law School, Benjamin soskis, Columbia University, interest and Private Action l comment Capita “Millionaires Who Laugh Are Rare”: Sacrifice and Christine Desan, Harvard Law School, presiding Stewardship in the Gilded Age Cheryl Lemus, Northern Illinois University, LOUis hYMan, Harvard University, comment Luke stacks, The University of Iowa, Consumption Save Your Baby, Save Ten Percent: National Baby and the 1930s Comics Page Week and the Shaping of the “Normal” Pregnancy Jessica hennessey, University of Maryland, as a Consumer Phenomenon, 1916–1940 Endogenous Institutional Change: Transforming Local ishan Cader, University of Sussex, Manifest erenCe Governments Destiny and Abundance: The Aesthetic Transforma- David singerman, Technology, & Society, MIT, Student Conf s Graduate d State tion of the US Political Economy “Any Ass Can Manage a Sugar Factory”: Labor, elizabeth tandy shermer, University of California, nite Efficiency, and Chemical Control in the U Santa Barbara, Creating the Sunbelt: The Political and Economic Transformation of Phoenix, Arizona Dan Bouk, Princeton University, Scientific Capitalism/Capitalist Science: “The Science of Life Joanna Cohen, University of Pennsylvania, 4:30 – 6:00 pm Insurance” in the Early Republic “Secession has produced a wonderful change in the Keynote address Price of Goods”: Consumption and Civic Obligations in the Civil War North steven hahn, 1:30–3:30 pm: Lunch and Faculty Panel Katherine Unterman, Yale University, The Boodler University of Pennsylvania sVen BeCKert, Harvard University and the Border: Embezzlement and the Evolution of “is There a future to Christine Desan, Harvard Law School U.S. International Boundaries, 1880–1890 American capitalism’s Past?” seth rOCKMan, Brown University November 6–8, 2008 Harvard University
  4. 4. SEA American nmental nd Field, at Sea and on La The State of the Enviro Directions For more information Robinson Hall, location of the October 17th symposium, is located Information regarding the Warren Center’s two 2008– 09 environmental in the northwest corner of Harvard Yard. history symposia may be found on the Warren Center’s website. There you may also learn about other Warren Center public events, including a The Science Center, location of the April 17th symposium, is located current series on “Race-Making and Law-Making in the Long Civil Rights just outside Harvard Yard, at One Oxford Street. y LAND Movement”: www.fas.harvard.edu/~cwc. Histor For both locations, consult www.map.harvard.edu. Those traveling within the metro Boston area will want to consider April 17, 2009 American . taking mass transit to the Harvard stop on the Red Line. Those driving 2:15 – 4:15 p.m should make note of a surface parking lot at 51 Church Street Lecture Hall A (five minute walk to either location) and a large parking garage at the Science Center, Dani El · limE rick · Whit E LAND corner of Eliot and J.F.K. streets (ten minute walk to either location). October 17, 20 08 SpeakeRS is a curator in the Division of pete Daniel ’s National Museum of American Hist sformation thsonian Work and Indu d: The Tran stry ory. He is the Environmental SEA History at the Smi aking the Lan olutions: . ks, including Bre 2:15 – 4:15 p.m author of six boo Cultures since 1880; Lost Rev lth in the acco and Rice ticides and Hea ll of Cotton, Tob y, Robinson Ha the 1950s; and Toxic Drift: Pes . He is the imm ediate History Librar The South in th, plus numerou s articles r II Sou orians. Post-World Wa of American Hist Organization past-pr esident of the orado, University of Col SpeakerS rick teaches at the st. Her 1987 er teaches at the Uni versity of New Hampshire, patricia Lime of the Center of the American We American Jeffrey Bolst the Center for the History of Marine ject. Bolster’s Animal ctor en Past of the where she is dire st: The Unbrok She has ts irec pro arch acy of Conque American history. where he co-d international rese book, The Leg tion of western t of a multi-site Age of Sail, or reinterpreta lic historian aim s to Populations, par Seamen in the West, was a maj work as a pub American can American Environmental history Fellow, and her and conflicts. The State of the Field, at Sea and on Land Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138 Harvard University Emerson Hall 400 for Studies in American History Charles Warren Center Environmental History Symposia Black Jacks: Afri can American been a MacAr thur mmas work includes best book in Afri temporary dile 8 award for research spective to con co-w inner of the 199 ociation . His overarching ’ brin g historical per The State of the Field, at Sea and on Land an Historical Ass ed with peoples , where he co-d irects the from the Americ al problems asso ciat study of historic te teaches at Stanford st. White is interest is the . Richard Whi Study of the North American We rrents in the interact ion with the sea ter for the l cross-cu editor at Bill Lane Cen tal, and cultura d Use, ceton, and is an ial, environmen 1979 book, Lan interested in soc g Canada. His rnett teaches at Prin n: Wash- D. Graham Bu oklyn. His most recent work, Whale on Trial and e, in Bro Trying Leviatha American nor thwest, includin and Social Change : The Shaping of Island County, cal change from Cabinet magazin k Trial That Put the Environment, of ecologi ntury New Yor York City Boo k of the first micro-studies in 1997. Nineteenth-Ce the 2008 New ington, was one Arthur Award The , won interests ite received a Mac Order of Nature ory. Burnett’s tal historian. Wh Challenged the e in Urban Hist h an environmen Hermalyn Priz through the 20t see Award and the earth and sea from the 17th gram updates, raphy. the sciences of ion, and hydrog ation and pro include uding cartogr aphy, navigat For more inform cwc centuries, incl ity of Connecti- www.fas .harvard.edu/~ at the Univers adowski teaches 5 book, Fathom - Helen Rozw ritime Studies Coordinator. Her 200 p Sea, won the cut, where she is Ma tion of the Dee ry and Explora anic History. ing the Oce an: The Discove Society for Oce th American the open ard from the Nor cesses by which John Lyman Aw 19th-century pro ent research uments the late inquiry. Her curr The work doc ct of scientific became an obje History r era. ocean first into the postwa rests forward carries these inte dience sion with the au l include discus n to the public. Each event wil ow. Free and ope to foll and a reception ty Harvard Universi Environment Center for the

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