Ohio University faculty presented at the Policy History Conference June 4-5 in Columbus, OH.
Dr. Paul Milazzo, Associate Professor of History, presented “Internationalism in One Lesson: Henry Hazlitt and the Problem with Bretton Woods, 1944-1945.” Milazzo also chaired the session on Transportation and Communication Policy.
Dr. Kathleen S. Sullivan, Associate Professor of Political Science, and co-author Carol Nackenoff of Swarthmore College, presented “Family Matters, Public Work: Juvenile Courts as Administrators of Progressive Era Mothers’ Pensions, Compulsory School Attendance, and Child Labor Laws.” Sullivan also presented “Going Home: Expanding State Authority in Municipal Trash Collection, 1895–1925 (co-authored with Patricia Strach).
Dr. Natalie Kruse Daniels, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Ohio University and an alum with a minor in Geological Sciences, presented “Environmental and Social Legacy of Resource Extraction in Appalachian Ohio.”
Jack Epstein, Ohio University instructor, presented “The Hobbs Antiracketeering Act and Conservative State-Building in the 1940s.”