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Pre-2011 Chandler Lectures

March 19, 2011 – Gavin Wright, William Robertson Coe Professor of American Economic History, Stanford University,  “Sharing the Prize: The Civil Rights Revolution and the Southern Economy”

April 22, 2010 – John Majewski, UC-Santa Barbara, “Southern Secessionists and the Economic Vision of the Confederacy”

March 17, 2009 – John Komlos, Chair of the Institute of Economic History, Department of Economics, University of Munich, ”Southern Living: Physical Stature as a Mirror of Living Standards from Colonial Times to the Sunbelt”

March 20, 2008 – Lacy K. Ford Jr., University of South Carolina, “A Historian’s Perspective on the American South’s Current Development Dilemma”

March 8, 2007 – Stanley Engerman, John Munro Professor of Economics and Professor of History, University of Rochester, “Climate, Institutions, and Economic Growth in the Americas Since Columbus”

April 6, 2006 – Lee A. Craig, North Carolina State University, “Of Papers and Politics: Josephus Daniels and the Raleigh News and Observer

April 10, 2003 – James C. Cobb, University of Georgia, “Breaking Down the Y’all Wall: The American South Goes Global”

April 24, 2002 – Kenneth James Lipartito, Florida International University, “What’s Southern About Southern Business?”

April 15, 1999 – Peter Coclanis delivers the inaugural Alfred D. Chandler Jr. Lecture, “Tracking the Economic Divergence of the North and the South”

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