“Histories of Capitalism 2.0” will take place on the Cornell campus from September 29-October 1st. Building on the success of the first conference, “Histories of American Capitalism,” put on by Cornell’s History of Capitalism Initiative in 2014, this conference will feature more global and interdisciplinary perspectives. The conference will feature five plenary addresses and dozens of papers by scholars in law, government, economics, history and many other fields. The program can be viewed if you click on the link that says “Preliminary Program Is Now Available.”
Please see the event site for more details.
Please register if you want to attend the event. Registration includes a reception on Thursday evening after the first lecture and all meals and coffee breaks on Friday and Saturday, including the closing reception on Saturday evening. There is a special graduate student rate.