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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, though in all honesty many things interest me. I am deeply fascinated with science, space exploration and theoretical physics, but I am first and foremost a historian-in-training. 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 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. Ultimately, this page is meant to be a place where discussions can take place in an open, professional and cordial manner, where few topics are considered taboo.


  • Ph.D. – Department of History – Georgia State University
  • GSU Provost Dissertation Fellow
  • Research Associate – Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
  • Conference Manager – XVIIIth World Economic History Congress, Boston 2018
  • Organizer – GSU Spring Conference on Global and Economic History, Atlanta, GA April 13-14, 2019
  • Trustee – Economic and Business History Society
  • 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
  • Council Member At-Large – Southeast World History Association

You can follow me on Twitter: @jeremyland25

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