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Current/Recent Teaching:

EC 9C1: Topics in Economic History
with Bishnupriya Gupta
Slides for 2021-2022
 
EC 104: The World Economy: History & Theory
with Claudia ReiLink opens in a new window
 
EC342: Topics in Economic History
 
On Origins of African States
Slides for a lecture in the Wheeler Institute's "African History through the lens of Economics" Course.
 
Past Teaching:
EC 9B5: Topics in Economic History and Development
with Bishnupriya Gupta
Course Materials 2017-2018
 
British Economic History since 1870
Course Materials 2015-2016Link opens in a new window
 
 
Economic History I: The Great Divergence
with Stephen BroadberryLink opens in a new window 

Economic History II: Money, Finance and Cycles in History
with Rui EstevesLink opens in a new window
 
Causality in Economic History, 2015
SlidesLink opens in a new window and readings Link opens in a new windowfor a lecture in "What Happened and Why?"
 
Warfare in African History, 2014
SlidesLink opens in a new window for a Summer School in Economic GrowthLink opens in a new window at the University of Warwick.
 
Oxford Forum for International Development, IID 2013Link opens in a new window
SlidesLink opens in a new window on conflict exposure and political engagement.
 
University of Michigan, 2013.
SlidesLink opens in a new window for lectures in graduate and undergraduate economic history.
 
Environmental History, 2013.
SlidesLink opens in a new window for a Summer School in Economic GrowthLink opens in a new window at the University of Warwick.
 
Practical skills, tips and tricks for the academic job search, 2011.
Slides Link opens in a new windowfor a job market workshop for economic history students.
This was based on material formerly posted online by Dinh Vu Trang Ngan.
Masa KudamatsuLink opens in a new window provides several links to valuable advice.
Essential tips from John CochraneLink opens in a new window and David LevineLink opens in a new window.
 
Economic Development in Africa, 2010
Slides Link opens in a new windowfor “The Teaching of Africa."
Christopher UdryLink opens in a new window usually gives this talk. His slides are hereLink opens in a new window.