CfP (Deadline extended): Environment, Energy and Economy in the Black Sea Region Constanţa, Romania, 14-16 September 2023

Call for Papers

GCE-HSG Annual Conference 2023:
Environment, Energy and Economy in the Black Sea Region Constanţa, Romania,
14-16 September 2023

The Center for Governance and Culture in Europe (GCE-HSG) at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland invites paper proposals for a conference "Environment, Energy and Economy in the Black Sea Region," to be held in Constanţa, Romania, 14-16 September 2023

Hagley History Hangout/New Episode/2023 Hagley Prize Winner

In this edition of Hagley History Hangout, Hannah Farber discusses her new prize-winning book, Underwriters of the United States, with Roger Horowitz. Her book traces how American maritime insurers used their position at the pinnacle of global trade to shape the formation of the United States. During American Revolution, they helped the U.S. negotiate foreign loans, sell state debts, and establish a single national bank. Afterward, they increased their influence by lending money to the federal government and to its citizens.

Hagley History Hangout/New Episode/2023 Hagley Prize Winner

In this edition of Hagley History Hangout, Hannah Farber discusses her new prize-winning book, Underwriters of the United States, with Roger Horowitz. Her book traces how American maritime insurers used their position at the pinnacle of global trade to shape the formation of the United States. During American Revolution, they helped the U.S. negotiate foreign loans, sell state debts, and establish a single national bank. Afterward, they increased their influence by lending money to the federal government and to its citizens.

Audio: Hagley History Hangout, New Episode: 2023 Hagley Prize Winner Hannah Farber

In this edition of Hagley History Hangout, Hannah Farber discusses her new prize-winning book, Underwriters of the United States, with Roger Horowitz. Her book traces how American maritime insurers used their position at the pinnacle of global trade to shape the formation of the United States. During American Revolution, they helped the U.S. negotiate foreign loans, sell state debts, and establish a single national bank. Afterward, they increased their influence by lending money to the federal government and to its citizens.

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