2017-2018 Program in Early American Economy & Society Research Fellows

Post-Doctoral Fellows

Dr. John Garcia, Division of Humanities, Boston University, The Early American Bookseller: A Network History

Dr. Anne Verplanck, American Studies, Penn State Harrisburg, The Business of Art: Transforming the Graphic Arts in an Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Dissertation Fellows

Carrie Glenn, PhD Candidate in History, University of Delaware, The Revolutionary Atlantic of Elizabeth Beauveau and John Joseph Borie: Commerce, Vulnerability, and U.S. Connections with the French Atlantic, 1780-1820

Short-Term Fellows

Marcel Deperne, PhD Candidate in History, University of La Rochelle, Atlantic Networks in the Ohio River Valley: French Merchants from Pittsburgh (PA) to Henderson (KY) 1789-1848

Alexandra Garrett, PhD Candidate in History, University of Virginia, The Forgotten Female Roots of America’s Economic Power: Feme Sole Entrepreneurs of the Early Republic, 1774-1828

Dr. Sean Harvey, Department of History, College of William & Mary, Albert Gallatin, the Early Republic, and the Atlantic World

Dr. Kathleen Hilliard, Department of History, Iowa State University, Bonds Burst Asunder: The Revolutionary Politics of Getting By in Civil War and Emancipation, 1860-1867

Camille Kaszubowski, PhD Candidate in American History, University of Delaware, “Left in Distress”: Women on Their Own in Revolutionary Pennsylvania

Dr. Robert Richard, Department of History, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Panic and Power: The First Great Depression in North Carolina, 1815-1833

Amy Watson, PhD Candidate in History, Yale University, Patriot Empire: The Rise of Imperial Party Politics in the British Atlantic, 1716-1748