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Front row: (L-R) Nancy Sinkoff, Paul Hanebrink, James Delbourgo, Rudy Bell, Paul Israel, Paul G. E. Clemens
2nd: Judith Surkis, Matt Matsuda, Carolyn Brown, Johanna Schoen, Walter Rucker, Marisa Fuentes, Bayo Holsey, Samantha Kelly, Toby C. Jones
3rd: Jackson Lears, Seth Koven, Gail Triner, Ann Fabian, Barbara M. Cooper, Temma Kaplan, Melissa Feinberg
Last: Louis Masur, Jamie Pietruska, Mark Wasserman, David Greenberg, Alastair Bellany, Steven Reinert, Deborah Gray White, Norman Markowitz, John W. Chambers, Virginia Yans, Leah DeVun, Camilla Townsend, Sarolta Takacs, Don Roden


ImageGail D. Triner

Professor of History

Ph.D., Columbia University

B.A., University of Michigan

At Rutgers Since 1994

106 Van Dyck Hall
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Curriculum Vitae


Economic history of Brazil, emphasizing finance, property rights and the environment Comparative history of Latin American banking



  • History 508:260 Modern Latin America
  • History 508:360 History of Brazil
  • History 506:364 Colonialism to Globalization
  • History 506: 401, 402
  • Undergraduate history seminars; Early Latin American Views; Coffee, Sugar and Other Addictive Substances


  • PDR Modern Latin America


  • Banking and Economic Development: Brazil, 1889-1930 Palgrave Press 2000


  • American Historical Association
  • Brazilian Studies Association
  • Cliometrics Society
  • Columbia University Economic History Seminar
  • Conference on Latin American History
  • Economic History Association
  • Latin American Cliometrics Association
  • Latin American Studies Association

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