Events



Penn Economic History Forum

Financing Urban Poor Relief in Early Modern Scotland


Annenberg Seminar in History

The Remnants of Race: Anti-Racist Science and Economic Development in the Global South


Annenberg Seminar in History

Empire as Domus: Households and Legalities of Small Wars


Penn Economic History Forum

Business as Political Action: the Ford-GM Rivalry in the 1920s and the Limits of ‘Embeddedness’


The Cradle of Words: Language and Knowledge Making in Early Latin America

Latin American and Latino Studies/Department of History


Joint Seminar: The McNeil Center for Early American Studies and The Department of History UPenn

A Penn Graduate Training in History in the Making of One Scholar's Career


Joint Meeting: Penn Economic History Forum and Russian History and Culture Workshop

Commercial banking in the Russian Empire in 1860-1913: development and markets integration


Annenberg Seminar in History

Morphology and History: A Conversation


Kaplan Memorial Lecture

The Need for Strangers: A Story of Love and Loathing


Penn Economic History Forum

A Country is a Company: Foreign Debt Vultures, Venture Capitalists, and the Financial Origins of the 19th Century