RHS Panel — ‘New Histories of Neo-Liberalism’,
13 October 2022
The next in our series on leading themes and concepts in History.
Historical studies of neo-liberalism are much in evidence. The early 2020s have seen new monographs, edited collections and journal articles — offering us a growing range of perspectives on this subject. ‘New Histories of Neo-Liberalism’ brings together five historians who’ve made significant recent interventions, with reference to diverse geographies, political structures, chronologies and methodologies. In doing so, the panel will identify and explore a prominent, resonant and much debated theme in historical research.
- Professor James Vernon (University of California, Berkeley)
- Professor Muriam Haleh Davis (University of California, Santa Cruz)
- Professor Gary Gerstle FBA (University of Cambridge)
- Professor Quinn Slobodian (Wellesley College, Massachusetts)
- Dr Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite (University College London)
More about the event: Workshop abstract and panel
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