Princeton University/Sciences Po
The French and American States in the Twentieth Century: A Comparative Perspective *9:30 -11:30 a.m. Session I* Chair: Philip Nord, Princeton University Alain Chatriot (CNRS) : "The Laws of the Market: An Historical Approach to the Political Regulation of the Economy. The Case of Agricultural Policies in France during the Twentieth Century" Sarah Milov (Princeton University): "Small Tobacco: Tobacco Farmers as an Interest Group before the New Deal" Rebecca Rix (Princeton University): "Improving the 'Nation's Crop of Children': Agricultural Science, the Income Tax, and the Emergence of a Federal 'Police Power', 1862-1929" *1:00-3:00 p.m. Session II* Chair: Kevin Kruse, Princeton University Jonathan Levy, Princeton University: "The Private Logic of American Public Welfare Provision, 1900-1940" Paul-Andre Rosental, Sciences Po: "Eugenics and Democracy before and after 1945: A European Experimental Case Study" Keith Wailoo, Princeton University: "The Politics of Pain: Liberal Medicine, Conservative Care, and the Governance of Relief in America since the 1950s" *3:30-5:30 p.m. Session III* Chair: Sean Wilentz, Princeton University Nicolas Delalande, Sciences Po : "Reforming the Tax State : Taxation and Democracy in a Transatlantic Perspective, France-USA (1880s-1930s)" Philippe Bezes, CNRS : "The Trajectory of State Reform Policies in France (1962-2008): Bureaucratic Power Struggle, Expertise, and Politics" Dan Rodgers, Princeton University: "The Conceptual Road to Neo-Liberalism in the 1970s U.S."
Location: 211 Dickinson Hall
Date/Time: 2011-04-23 at 09:30 am - 2011-04-23 at 5:30 pm
Sponsored by: Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies, the Center for Collaborative History and the Council for International Teaching and ResearchCategory: Conferences