Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Columbia Business History Forum Spring Schedule

The Business History Forum at Columbia University has posted its spring schedule. Dates, speakers, and topics are:
February 28: Susie J. Pak, "J. P. Morgan, German-Jewish Bankers, and the Crisis of the First World War"
March 27: Mary O'Sullivan, "Why Yankee Doodle Went to London: American Corporate Securities on the London Market, 1865-1914"
April 5: Dan Raff, "The Business of Oxford University Press and the Future of Academic Publishing"
All sessions take place in 523 Butler Library (114th and Broadway), 6:30–8:00 p.m., and are followed by a reception. Please see the website for abstracts of each talk.
   The forum, co-sponsored by the Herbert H. Lehman Center for American History, is administered by Eric Wakin, Lehman Curator for American History and Curator of Manuscripts at Butler Library; questions may be directed to him at etw2@columbia.edu.