Date | December, 2016

Event – Johan Mathew, “Unveiling Money: Counterfeits, Arbitrage, and Finance Across the Arabian Sea”

Wednesday, December 7 at 6:00pm Room 529, 80 Fifth Avenue Next in the History Speaker Series is Johan Mathew from Rutgers University, with a talk titled “Unveiling Money: Counterfeits, Arbitrage, and Finance Across the Arabian Sea.” Johan Mathew is an economic historian with a particular interest in crime and illicit commerce and how they shape […]

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Natalia Mehlman Petrzela on football and American conservatism in The Guardian

Heilbroner Faculty Fellow and Assistant Professor of History Natalia Mehlman Petrzela contributed to a recent article in The Guardian, offering a historical account of how conservative American politicians have used football to “mak[e] a broader point about the unfortunate feminization of American culture” in the twentieth century. Read Will the NFL go back to being its brutal old self […]

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