Richard J. Salvucci , Ph.D.
Ph.D. - Princeton
A.M. - Princeton
A.B. - Villanova
Economics of Slavery and the Translantic Slave Trade
Latin American Economic Development
Se vive, se sufre, se aprende. (Live and learn, but it hurts.)
I went to the University of California at Berkeley in 1980 in Mexican History, was tenured there, and remained until 1989. I have done visiting stints at University of Texas - Austin and at Harvard.
Politics and Markets in Mexico's London Debt, 1823-1887. Cambridge University Press, 2009.
"Santa Anna Never Had An iPhone: Some Thoughts on the Price of Peace and the Financial Misfortunes of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848," The Journal of the Historical Society, 9:1 (2009), pp. 57-86
"Export-Led Growth, 1870-1930," in Victor Bulmer Thomas et al.; The Cambridge Economic History of Latin America (2 vols, Cambridge University Press, 2006), 2: pp. 249-292.
Textiles and Capitalism in Mexico: An Economic History of the Obrajes, 1539-1840 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1987). Translated into Spanish in Mexico.
I am a dual national (Italy/United States). In another life, I played jazz trumpet. I will again, some day, si Dios quiere.