2013-2014 Program in Early American Economy & Society Research Fellows

Post-Doctoral Fellows

Daniel Peart, Queen Mary University, London, “Democracy in action?  The Making of North American Tariff Policy, 1816‐1861.” Spring 2014.

Danielle Skeehan, Sam Houston State University, “Creole Domesticity: Women, Commerce, and Kinship in Early Atlantic Writing.” Summer 2014.

Dissertation Fellows

Nicholas Crawford, Harvard University, “Feeding Slavery: Scarcity, Subsistence, and the Political Economy of the British Caribbean, 1783-1833.”   Fall, 2013

Toni Pitock, University of Delaware, “Commerce and Connection: Jewish Merchants, Philadelphia, and the Atlantic World, 1738-1822.”   Spring, 2014

Short-Term Fellows

Michael Blaackman, Yale University, “Speculation Nation: Land Speculators and Land Mania in Post-Revolutionary America.”  August 2013

Mara Caden, Yale University, “Making Imperial Capitalism:  The Politics of Manufacturing in the British Empire, 1696-1740”  May 2014

Katherine Smoak, Johns Hopkins University, “”Circulating Counterfeits: Making Money and its Meanings in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic.”  June 2013

Tyson Reeder, University of California-Davis, “‘Interests Soundly Calculated’: Philadelphia and Baltimore Merchants in the Luso-Atlantic, 1760-1824”  July 2013