J. Land CV

Jeremy Land, PhD

318 Knight Road, Rockmart, GA 30153 • +1 (704) 689-2055 • land25.jeremy@gmail.com

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Education

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Doctorate of Philosophy in History, Awarded August 2019
Committee: Ghulam Nadri (Chair), Julia Gaffield, Ian Fletcher, Jari Eloranta
Dissertation Title: Boston, New York, and Philadelphia in Global Maritime Trade, 1700-1775
Research Fields: Atlantic World, Empires in World History, Indian Ocean World

Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
Master of Arts in History, May 2010
Thesis Title: The Price of Empire: Britain’s Military Costs during the Seven Years’ War
Committee: Jari Eloranta (Chair), Judkin Browning, Michael Turner

Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
Bachelor of Science in History Secondary Education, May 2008

Publications

Land, Jeremy, “The Economic and Social Impact of Trans-Imperial Trade in Colonial Boston and New York,” in Trade and Empires on a Global Scale, Volume 1 of the multi-volume collection Imperial Cities: Local Dynamics, Global Flows, edited by Claudia Atallah, Sarita Mota, Rodrigo Dominguez. Expected Winter 2020.

Land, Jeremy, and Rodrigo da Costa Dominguez, “Illicit Affairs: Philadelphia’s Trade with Lisbon before Independence, 1700-1775.” Ler Historia, 75, Forthcoming December 2019.

Land, Jeremy, Jari Eloranta, and Maria Cristina Moreira. “American Trade and Neutrality: 1783-1860” in Small and Medium Powers in Global History: Trade, Conflicts and Neutrality from the 18th to 20th Centuries edited by Jari Eloranta, Eric Golson, Peter Hedburg, and Maria Cristina Moreira. London and New York: Routledge, 2018. Pp. 29-51.

Eloranta, Jari and Jeremy Land, “Wartime Economies, 1939-1945” in Oxford Handbook of European History, 1914-1945 edited by Nicholas Doumanis. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. 461-79.

Land, Jeremy and Jari Eloranta. “Hollow Victory: Britain’s Public Debt and the Seven Years’ War.” Essays in Economic and Business History, XXIX, Pp. 101-118, 2011.

Land, Jeremy “Lyman Beecher: Conservative Abolitionist, Theologian and Father,” Madison Historical Review, Vol. 6, Article 2, 2009.

Guest Editing:

Journal Configurações, No. 26/2020: Special Issue: “Economy and Society: Politics, Practices, Agents and Institutions.” Coedited with Rodrigo Dominguez, Lisbeth Rodrigues, and Jari Eloranta. Forthcoming December 2020.

Published Book Reviews

Jesse Cromwell, The Smuggler’s World: Illicit Trade and Atlantic Communities in Eighteenth-Century Venezuela in The Economic History Review, Vol 72, No. 3 (August 2019), 1114-1115.

Jane T. Merritt, The Trouble with Tea: The Politics of Consumption in the Eighteenth-Century Global Economy in Essays in Economic and Business History, Vol. 36 (2018), 330-332.

John Tutino, ed., New Countries: Capitalism, Revolutions, and Nations in the Americas, 1750–1870 in History: Reviews of New Books, 46 (2), p. 56 (2018), 56.

Abigail L. Swingen, Competing Visions of Empire: Labor, Slavery, and the Origins of the British Atlantic Empire, in Essays in Economic and Business History, Vol. 34 (2016), 267-269.

Sherrylynne Haggerty, ‘Merely for Money’? Business Culture in the British Atlantic, 1750-1815, in Essays in Economic and Business History, Vol. 33 (2015), 199-201.

Barbara Gannon, The Won Cause: Black and White Comradeship in the Grand Army of the Republic in The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians, Vol. 21, November 2013.

Peter C. Rollins and John E. O’Connor, eds., Why We Fought: America’s Wars in Film and History in the Southern Historian, Spring 2010, 149-150.

Working Papers

“Regional Public Banking and Global Marketplaces: Central Banking in Georgia and South Carolina before the Civil War” with Craig McMahon, Villanova University, United States.

Book Manuscript: Boston, New York, and Philadelphia in Global Maritime Trade, 1700-1775. Negotiations Underway.

Book Manuscript: The Special Relationship: Colonial American Trade with Portugal before Independence with Rodrigo Dominguez, University of Minho, Portugal. Target: University of Chicago Press, submission December 2019.

Illicit Affairs: Philadelphia’s Trade with Lisbon before Independence, 1700-1775” with Rodrigo Dominguez, University of Porto, Portugal. Revise and Resubmit at Ler História

“A Tale of Two Ports: Boston and Quebec City under British Occupation 1760-1775” with Vincent Geloso, King’s University College, London, Ontario. Under review at Social Science Quarterly

Research Project: “Ocean of Smugglers: The Dutch Atlantic Tea Trade with British America before 1775” with Chris Nierstrasz, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Invited Presentations

“Boston, New York, and Philadelphia in Global Maritime Trade, 1700-1775” at the UCBH Seminar at Uppsala University, Sweden, March 25, 2019

“The Trans-Imperial Maritime Trade of Colonial Boston, New York, and Philadelphia” at the York Management School, University of York, UK, February 28, 2019

“Boston, New York, and Philadelphia in Trans-Imperial Trade, 1700-1775” at the LSE Graduate Seminar in Economic History, London School of Economics, UK February 27, 2019

“Illicit Affairs: Philadelphia’s Trade with Lisbon before Independence, 1700-1775” at Texas Christian University, Department of Economics, October 8-10, 2018

Conference Presentations

“Locally Global: Capital Investment and Merchants in Colonial Boston, New York, and Philadelphia” – 44th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Detroit, Michigan, June 5-8, 2019

“Boston, New York, and Philadelphia in Trans-Imperial Trade, 1700-1775” – Baltic Connections: Conference in Social Science History, Helsinki, Finland, March 21-23, 2019

“Like Father, Like Son: Philadelphia’s Rise as a Major Port, 1700-1775” – XVIIIth World Economic History Congress, Boston, MA, USA, June 29-August 3, 2018

“‘Send Me, Sir, if You Please’: Consumer Preferences and Trans-Imperial Trade in Colonial Boston” – 43rd Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Jyvaskyla, Finland, May 30-June 2, 2018

“Boston and Philadelphia in Trans-Imperial Maritime Trade, 1700-1775: A Comparative Study” – New Directions in Global Economic History: A Workshop, February 16, 2018, Georgia State University History Department

“Illicit Affairs: Philadelphia’s Trade with Lisbon before Independence, 1700-1775” – 42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, November 2-5, 2017

“Unlikely Friends: British America and Portugal before Independence, 1700-1775” – 29th Annual Meeting Southeast World History Association, Dahlonega, GA, October 6-7, 2017

“Boston and Philadelphia in Trans-Imperial Maritime Trade, 1700-1775: A Comparative Study” – Graduate Poster Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association in San Jose, CA, September 15-17, 2017

“Illicit Affairs: Philadelphia’s Trade with Lisbon before Independence, 1700-1775” – 42nd Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Oklahoma City, OK, May 25-27, 2017

“Empire of Brotherly Love: Philadelphia’s Maritime Trade before Independence, 1700-1775” – 12th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics, Boone, NC, April 1-2, 2017

“Empire of Brotherly Love: Philadelphia’s Maritime Trade before Independence, 1700-1775” – 57th Annual Meeting of Florida Conference of Historians, Punta Gorda, FL, March 10-12, 2017

“Labor Markets and Military Occupations in Colonial Port Cities, 1760 to 1775” – 41st Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Montreal, Canada, May 26-28, 2016

The Great Speckled Bird and Global Economic Research Opportunities” – Association of Historians at Georgia State University Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, Georgia State University, March 23-25, 2017

“Trade and the New Republic – U.S. Trade during the Napoleonic Wars, 1783-1830” – XVIIth World Economic History Congress, Kyoto, Japan, August 3-7, 2015

“Feeding the ‘Lower Sort’: Military Occupation and Poor Relief in Colonial Port Cities” – 40th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, La Crosse, WI, May 28-30, 2015

“Fighting for Neutrality: U.S. Trade during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1783-1815” – 33rd Association of Portuguese Economic and Social Historians Conference, Braga, Portugal, November 15-16, 2013

“Fighting for Neutrality: U.S. Trade during the Revolutionary Wars, 1783-1815” – 38th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 23-25, 2013

“Upsetting the Balance: Boston Workers during British Occupation, 1768-1775” – 8th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics, Boone, NC, April 20, 2013

“Trade and the New Republic – U.S. Trade with Great Powers and Weak States, 1783-1830” – XVIth World Economic History Congress, Stellenbosch, South Africa, July 9-13, 2012

“Upsetting the Balance: Boston Workers during British Occupation, 1768-1775” – 37th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Las Vegas, NV, April 26-28, 2012

“Price of Empire: Britain’s Transportation Costs during the Seven Years’ War” – 36th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Columbus, OH, April 14-16, 2011

“Hollow Victory: Britain’s National Debt and the Seven Years’ War” – 35th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Braga, Portugal, May 26-29, 2010

“Price of Empire: Britain’s Transportation Costs during the Seven Years’ War” – 2010 Carolinas Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC, April 9-10, 2010

“Price of Empire: Britain’s Transportation Costs during the Seven Years’ War” – 2010 Appalachian Phi Alpha Theta and Graduate History Association Paper Symposium, Boone, NC, March 27, 2010

“Hollow Victory: Britain’s National Debt and the Seven Years’ War” – 5th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics, Boone, NC, March 20, 2010

“Price of Empire: Britain’s Transportation Costs during the Seven Years’ War” – 2010 Phi Alpha Theta Biennial Conference, San Diego, CA, January 6-9, 2010

“The Price of Loyalty: The Economic Dynamics of the Seven Years’ War” – 4th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics, Boone, NC, April 18, 2009

“The Price of Loyalty: The Economic Dynamics of the Seven Years’ War” – 2009 University of North Carolina at Charlotte Graduate History Association Conference, April 3-4, 2009

“The Many Loyalties of Cherokee Chief John Ross” – 2009 Phi Alpha Theta Carolinas Regional Conference, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, March 28, 2009

“The Many Loyalties of Cherokee Chief John Ross” – 2009 Appalachian Phi Alpha Theta Conference, Boone, NC, February 28, 2009

“Lyman Beecher: Conservative Abolitionist, Theologian and Father” – 2008 Phi Alpha Theta Carolinas Regional Conference, UNC Pembroke, Pembroke, NC, March 29, 2008

“Lyman Beecher: Conservative Abolitionist, Theologian and Father” – 2008 Appalachian Phi Alpha Theta and Women’s History Symposium, Boone, NC, February 23, 2008

Grants and Fellowships

Georgia State University Provost’s Dissertation Fellowship, 2018-19: up to $24,000

Economic History Association, Exploratory Travel and Data Grant, 2016: $2,500

Awards and Honors

Outstanding Thesis in Arts/Humanities Award for MA Thesis “The Price of Empire: Britain’s Military Costs during the Seven Years’ War”, 2010

Best Graduate Paper at the 2010 Carolinas Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC, April 9-10, 2010

Graduate Panel Winner at 2010 Carolinas Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference at Appalachian State University, March 8, 2009

Second Prize Graduate Paper at Appalachian Phi Alpha Theta Conference, February 28, 2009

Panel Winner at Phi Alpha Theta Regional Paper Conference at UNC Pembroke March 29, 2008

First Prize Paper at the Phi Alpha Theta and Women’s History Month Paper Symposium at Appalachian State University February 23, 2008

Cum Laude graduate, Appalachian State University, May 2008

Phi Alpha Theta Society

  • Inducted November 2007
  • Vice-President Omicron-Phi Chapter, 2008-2009
  • President Omicron-Phi Chapter, 2009-2010

Robert D. Warren Scholarship

  • Awarded by the Appalachian State University History Department in Spring 2007 

Professional Experience

Economic History Association, Meetings Coordinator-Elect, Sept 2019-Present

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Research Associate, January 2019-Present

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, Graduate Teaching Associate, August 2016-August 2019

Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, Graduate Research Assistant, August 2015-July 2016 – Assistant Editor for the World History Bulletin

XVIIIth World Economic History Congress, Boston 2018, Conference Manager, 2015-2018

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, Teaching Assistant, August 2011-July 2013

Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics, Organizer, 2011-2018

Appalachian State University, Adjunct Professor of History, August 2010-May 2011

Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, Graduate/Teaching Assistant, August 2008-May 2010

Courses Taught

Survey of World History since 1500 (GSU)

Survey of United States History (GSU)

History and Culture (ASU)

Society and History (ASU)

 Course Assisted

Survey of United States History (GSU)
Survey of World History since 1500 (UT) (GSU) (ASU)
Survey of World History before 1500 (UT)
Development of Western Civilization (UT)
Survey of U.S. History before 1850 (UT) (ASU)
Survey of U.S. History since 1850 (ASU)
Introduction to Business History (ASU)

Academic and University Service

Program Chair – 44th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Detroit, MI, June 5-8, 2019 (www.ebhsoc.org)

Co-Organizer – Baltic Connections: Annual Conference in Social Science History, Helsinki, Finland, 2019-Present (https://www.helsinki.fi/en/conferences/baltic-connections)

Panel Organizer: “Port Cities, Empires, and Global Maritime Trade in the 18th and 19th Centuries: Connections and Comparisons” – XVIIIth World Economic History Congress, Boston, MA, USA, July 29-August 3, 2018 (http://wehc2018.org/port-cities-empires-and-global-maritime-trade-in-the-18th-and-19th-centuries-connections-and-comparisons/)

Conference Manager – XVIIIth World Economic History Congress, Boston, MA, July 29-August 3, 2018 (Active August 2014-December 2018) (www.wehc2018.org)

Co-Organizer – Annual Appalachian Spring Conference, Boone, NC, 2011-2018

Co-Organizer – New Directions in Global Economic History: A Workshop, February 16, 2018, Georgia State University History Department

President – Graduate Student Alliance, Georgia State University, 2017-2018

Graduate Student Representative – Georgia State University Library Master Plan Committee, 2016-2017

Assistant Editor – World History Bulletin, 2015-2016, Assistant to Denis Gainty, editor.

Assistant Organizer – 5th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference, Boone, NC, March 20,  2010

Graduate Assistant to Organizer – Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association, Tucson, Arizona, September 11-13, 2009

Professional Affiliations

Economic History Society, June 2019-Present

Southeastern World History Association, August 2017-Present

  • Council Member-at-large, Summer 2018-Present

Association of Historians at Georgia State University, August 2015-Present

American Historical Association, May 2012-Present

Economic History Association, May 2012-Present

  • Meetings Coordinator-Elect 2019-Present

Economic and Business History Society, May 2010-Present

  • Program Chair – 2019
  • Trustee – May 2015-Present 

Pi Gamma Mu – International Social Science Honor Society, March 2010-Present

Appalachian State University Graduate History Association

  • Charter Member
  • April 2009-Present
  • Chair of Conference Committee 2009-2010

Alumna of Appalachian State University, May 2008-Present

Phi Alpha Theta History Honors Society November 2007-Present

Language Competencies

English – Native Language

Spanish – Medium Proficiency

French – Research Proficiency

Dutch – Research Proficiency

Portuguese – Research Proficiency

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