Department of History

Gail D. Triner
Professor of History
Degree: Ph.D., Columbia University
Additional Degree(s): B.A., University of Michigan
Rutgers : At Rutgers Since 1994
Specialty: Modern Latin America: Economic and Environmental History
Website: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~triner/
Email: mailto:gtriner@gmail.com
Office: 106 Van Dyck Hall
Phone: 848-932-8550

Curriculum Vitae

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

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

COURSES REGULARLY TAUGHT

Undergraduate

  • 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

Graduate

  • PDR Modern Latin America

PUBLICATIONS

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

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • 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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