Harvard's Program on the Study of Capitalism is pleased to announce two exciting events on November 17-19. On November 18-19, we will host a conference on "The New History of American Capitalism," bringing together leading scholars to explore new problems and possibilities in the field. On November 17, immediately prior to this conference, please join us for a half-day workshop on teaching the history of capitalism to undergraduates.
Please see our website for more information and to register (studyofcapitalism.harvard.edu). We are excited to partner with the Culture of the Market Network for the conference, and we also thank the David Howe Fund for Business and Economic History, the Institute for Global Law and Policy, and the Charles Warren Center for American History for their support.
Nov. 17 - Teaching the History of Capitalism (http://studyofcapitalism.harvard.edu/teaching)
Nov. 18-19 - New History of American Capitalism
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