Caitlin Rosenthal

Photo of Caitlin RosenthalPhoto | Eric MilletteCaitlin Rosenthal returned to Harvard for her Ph.D. in history after three years with McKinsey & Company. A finalist for the Nevins Prize in Economic History and winner of the Krooss Prize for the Best Dissertation in Business History at Harvard University, she was a Newcomen Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard Business School and is now Assistant Professor of History at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Cover: Accounting for Slavery: Masters and ManagementAccounting for Slavery: Masters and ManagementRosenthal, CaitlinPAPERBACK10/15/2019$18.95
Cover: Accounting for Slavery: Masters and ManagementAccounting for Slavery: Masters and ManagementRosenthal, CaitlinHARDCOVER08/27/2018$35.00
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