Ann Larabee, Michigan State University
“Alchemists of the Revolution: A History of Terrorist Bomb Making in the United States”
Rachel Maines, Cornell University Library
“Asbestos and Fire: Technological Trade-Offs and the Body at Risk, 1870-1990”
Bryant Simon, University of Georgia
“Gambling Alone: Architectural Change and the Public Realm in Atlantic City, 1950-2000”
Olivier Zunz, University of Virginia
“Religion, Business, and Philanthropy in Mid-20th Century America”
Seminars commence at 6:30 p.m., preceded by an informal half-hour reception, and take place in the Copeland Room of Hagley’s Library building. Papers are distributed in advance. To join the seminar mailing list contact the Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society at the address below, or email Carol Lockman.
The Hagley Museum and Library contains one of the leading collections of research materials on the history of business and technology in the United States, with more than 30,000 linear feet of manuscript materials, 200,000 printed sources, and more than one million photographs. We invite scholars to apply for a Hagley fellowship that supports research in our collections.
Please contact us for more information on our research collections and our fellowship programs.
Carol Ressler Lockman
Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society
Hagley Museum and Library
PO Box 3630
Wilmington DE 19807
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