17th Century

Pepijn Brandon

Pepijn Brandon

Visiting Fellow 2017-2018, Weatherhead Research Cluster on Global Transformations
Senior Researcher, International Institute of Social History
Assistant Professor, History Department, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam
Research Interests: The history of Dutch capitalism in global comparative perspective; war and economic development; and slavery.

Pim de Zwart

WIGH Global Fellow
PhD Candidate in History, International Institute of Social History, the Netherlands

Pim de Zwart studied (economic) history at Utrecht University, the University of Wisconsin - Madison, and the London School of Economics. He...

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Alex Keyssar

Alex Keyssar

Matthew W. Stirling, Jr., Professor of History and Social Policy, Harvard Kennedy School

Alexander Keyssar is the Matthew W. Stirling Jr. Professor of History and Social Policy. An historian by training, he has specialized in the...

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Heeho Kim

Heeho Kim

WIGH Visiting Scholar, Fall 2013
Professor of Economic History, Kyungpook National University, Korea

Research Interests: Slavery (Nobi) and labor markets in Chosun Korea, the 17th-19th century; money and prices in Chosun...

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Florin-Stefan Morar

Florin-Stefan Morar

WIGH Graduate Research Fellow, 2014
PhD Candidate in History of Science, Harvard University

Research Interests: History of science and global history with a focus on the relations between East Asia, especially China and the West.

Eric Vanhaute

Eric Vanhaute

WIGH Fellow 2014-2015
Professor of Economic and Social History and World History, Ghent University, Belgium

Research Interests: Economic and World history with a focus on land, labor, and rural transformations.