The core idea of the workshop is to bring together doctoral candidates and early career scholars using varied methodological approaches to explore core themes in the history of capitalism, in conversation with leading scholars in the field.
It also attempts to examine how capitalism functioned, adapted and transformed various socio-economic landscapes. Finally, the juxtaposition of different regions and methods will allow for a fuller discussion of how capitalism has evolved, as well as the new directions that the field is taking.
The workshop will be held in person at Maison de la paix. The round table will be live streamed and recorded.
PUBLIC ROUNDTABLE: METHODS AND APPROACHES TO ECONOMIC HISTORY
Thursday 29 September | 16:45 – 18:15
• Rui Esteves, Geneva Graduate Institute
• Amalia Ribi Forclaz, Geneva Graduate Institute
• Nathan Sussman, Geneva Graduate Institute
• Andreas Eckert, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
• Pilar Nogues-Marco, University of Geneva
• Please note: The round table will be live streamed and recorded