Olga Koulisis

 Olga

Education
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
M.Ed., Worcester State University
B.A., Boston University 

Presentations and Publications
“History, States, and Cooperation: Morgan Public Efforts to Promote the League of Nations, 1918-1920,” Business History Conference Sponsored Panel on “U.S. Business and the Ideal of Internationalism” at the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Conference, June 2019.
Review of Brahmin Capitalism: Frontiers of Wealth and Populism in America’s First Gilded Age by Noam Maggor in Essays in History, Vol. 52, 2018.
“European Visions, American Geography: U.S. Financial Consolidation and the Morgan Defense at the Pujo Hearings, 1912-1913,” New England Historical Association, October 2018.
“Acts of Historical Imagination: Morgan Assessment of Bond Risk, 1915,” New Approaches to Economic History session, Young Scholars Initiative at the World Economic History Congress, July 2018.

Courses Taught
World Civilizations II
United States History Since 1865
The Transformation of America, 1877-1929
Introduction to Teaching Humanities
Teaching of History 

Research Interest 
Non-state actors and U.S. foreign relations; business, state, and society in the United States from the Progressive Era to the present