23 September 2020
Surabhi Ranganathan (Cambridge)
Unmaking the Ocean
14 October 2020
Esther Duflo (MIT / Paris School of Economics)
18 November 2020
Sunil Amrith (Yale)
Medicine and the Monsoon
The Joint Centre for History and Economics is changing to meet the new challenges - and opportunities - of being an active part of a university, a college, a school, or a research community.
Here are a few of our plans.
1. There is an online seminar, across the Cambridge and Harvard Centres and CHE-P, in September, October and November 2020.
2. There is a new feature, The Pandemic, on the Visualizing Climate and Loss website.
3. Scholarly life – and publishing – goes on. We are pleased to introduce the first in a series of virtual book parties, for Making It Count.
David K. Richards (1939-2015) was a friend and adviser to the Joint Centre for History and Economics, at Cambridge and at Harvard, over many years. He was a participant in Centre events, a wonderful observer of economic history, and, with Carol Richards, an immensely generous supporter of the Centre's work. One of the many interviews with him, in Barron's, began, "Of all the people we interview, David Richards strikes the deepest chord with readers. His interviews seem to be the ones that get tacked to walls or saved in a desk drawer, treasures of insight and wisdom." We miss him greatly.
The Joint Centre for History and Economics is based at Magdalene College and King's College, University of Cambridge, and at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University. It was established in 1991 to promote research and education in fields of importance for historians and economists, including the history of economic and social thought, economic history and the application of economic concepts to historical problems. The objective of the Centre is to encourage fundamental research in history, economics, and related disciplines. It also encourages the participation of historians and economists in addressing issues of public importance.
The Centre is supported by a generous gift from the David K. and Carol Richards Fund. In cooperation with its counterpart Centre at Harvard, the Cambridge Centre undertakes research projects and organizes workshops, seminars and exchanges of faculty and graduate students. It provides the base for the History Project, and for current research projects on Exchanges of Economic, Legal and Political Ideas; Energy History and Gender Bias in India.
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