Interpreting American History
A GRADUATE WORKSHOP AND LECTURE SERIES AT RUTGERS 2012-2013
The Public and Private Lives of Capitalism
Join us for the third annual Interpreting American History Lecture Series at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. This series probes a wide range of issues concerning capitalism in the history of the United States.
CHRISTOPHER KLEMEK, GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
“TRANSATLANIC COLLAPSE OF URBAN RENEWAL: POSTWAR URBANISM FROM NEW YORK TO BERLIN”
“THE CHANGEABLE MIND OF LOUIS BRANDEIS: FAMILY AND CORPORATE LIBERTY AND ITS DISCONTENTS IN THE PROGRESSIVE ERA UNITED STATES”
JUDITH STEIN, CUNY
“THE LINKED RECESSIONS: 1974-1975 AND 2007-2009”
“A HOLE IN THE DREAM: THE GHOST DANCE AND THE MAKING OF MODERN AMERICA”
“LINEAGES OF THE IMPERAL STATE: FEDERAL LAW, GOVERNANCE AND LEGITIMACY IN THE EARY AMERICAN REPUBLIC”
All events will be held in the History Department,
THANK YOU TO OUR CO-SPONSORS: American Studies Department, Graduate Student Association, History Department, Institute for Research on Women, Office of the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Technologies Without Borders: Technologies Across Borders; Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs.