Stephanie Dyer

Stephanie Dyer

Director of the Hutchins School
Professor of American History and Political Economy
Ph.D., History, University of Pennsylvania, 2001
M.A., Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania, 1993
B.A., English, University of California Berkeley, 1990
Voicemail: (707) 664-2608
Office: Carson Hall 44B

Professional and Personal Interests

Modern U.S. History, Consumer Culture, Business and Economic History, Oral History, Urban and Suburban History, Media Studies.

Selected Course Offerings

LIBS 320A: Shop Til You Drop
LIBS 320A: Happily Ever After: Love Relationships in American Culture
LIBS 320A: Telling Stories: The Practice of Oral History
LIBS 205: Cultures of American Capitalism

Selected Publications and Presentations

"Tasting the Good Life in California Wine Country Tourism," Business History Conference, June 2015

"Progress Plaza: Leon Sullivan, Zion Investment Associates, and Black Power in a Philadelphia Shopping Center," in Michael Ezra, editor, The Economic Civil Rights Movement: African Americans and the Struggle for Economic Power (Routledge, 2013)