This is the professional page of Dr. Jeremy Land. I received my Ph.D. at Georgia State University in the department of History in 2019. I am most interested in economic history of the Atlantic World between roughly 1700-1850. I wish this to be an informative and thought provoking site that links to important pages and conferences that continue to expand the field of economic and/or business history. I am fully devoted to the improvement of the human condition, always considering the costs (both economic and social) associated with political decisions throughout the world.
In September 2020, I joined the University of Jyväskylä in Finland as a visiting scholar in the CRISES Fellowship program for three months, and starting 2021, I will be a Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Economic and Social History research group at the University of Helsinki.
- Ph.D. – Department of History – Completed at Georgia State University
- Visiting Scholar – Department of History and Ethnology, University of Jyväskylä
- Meetings Coordinator-Elect – Economic History Association
- Trustee – Economic and Business History Society
- Part-Time Research Associate – Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 2019-2020
- Research Historian – Edwards-Pitman, 2019-2020
- Provost Dissertation Fellow, Georgia State University, 2019
- Conference Manager – XVIIIth World Economic History Congress, Boston 2018
- Organizer – GSU Spring Conference on Global and Economic History, Atlanta, GA April 13-14, 2019
- Program Chair – 44th Economic and Business History Conference, Detroit, MI, June 5-8, 2019
- Co-Organizer – Baltic Connections: Conference in Social Science History, Helsinki, Finland, March 22-23, 2019
- Co-Organizer – Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics, 2011-2018
December 1, 2020: New book review of Joseph Adelman, Revolutionary Networks: The Business and Politics of Printing the News, 1763-1789, in Essays in Economic and Business History, Vol 38, No.1 (2020).
September 2, 2020: New book review of the Strother E. Roberts book, Colonial Ecology, Atlantic Economy: Transforming Nature in Early New England, now available on Eh.net Book Reviews here: Roberts Review
May 26, 2020: New article, “Colonial Military Garrisons as Labor-Market Shocks: Quebec City and Boston, 1760–1775,” coauthored with Vincent Geloso, has been accepted by Social Science Quarterly. In early view here: Early View
January 3, 2020: New article coauthored with Rodrigo Dominguez is now out in Ler Historia. You can find it here: https://journals.openedition.org/lerhistoria/5936 or download PDF: Final Published PDF Version of Illicit Affairs in Ler Historia
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