The Roundtable Series is an annual event that brings together at least three experts–both historical and contemporary–to discuss a particular aspect of American capitalism. These events are open to the public, and they provide the opportunity to link broad trends in history to modern challenges in capitalism. The 2019 roundtable on anti-monopoly movements in the United States was featured on C-SPAN. The 2020 roundtable addressed the history and future of fossil fuel policies for large audience on UF’s campus as well as a virtual audience of live streamers.
In the future we are planning sessions on the past and present of banking and financial panics, global trade, and the social responsibility of corporations. Check below for flyers on past events and stay tuned for more news about future ones.