dr. (Mark) ME Hay

dr. (Mark) ME Hay
Assistant professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of History
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M6-40
Email
hay@eshcc.eur.nl
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I read history in Amsterdam, Paris, and Oxford, before taking up an AHRC-funded doctorate in history at King’s College London.

My research explores international relations, war and diplomacy, financial and economic history, and women’s history in the Atlantic World, 1750-1850.

My doctoral research, entitled Calculated Risk. Collaboration and Resistance in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Netherlands, 1780-1806, explored Dutch financial diplomacy in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic era.

Currently, I am working on two projects. First, a study of female management of Dutch banking houses in the era of the consolidation of the Amsterdam capital market. The research explores how female financiers bridged the divide between the various political, financial, and economic interest groups in the Netherlands to contribute to the consolidation and national reorientation of the Amsterdam capital market post-1815. Second, a comparative study of French and British resource mobilisation, financial diplomacy, and war financing in the years 1803-1815, and the normative change to the conduct of international finance resulting from the Franco-British conflict.

 

  • ME (Mark) Hay (2 februari 2022) - 'Het belang van alfa & gamma'

  • Mark Hay (2021) - Napoleon, Amsterdam and the Reconstruction of the European Financial Economy, 1803-1818
  • Mark Hay (2020) - ‘Making War Pay for War: Napoleon and the Dutch War Subsidy, 1795-1806’
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Anna Maria Insinger-Swarth: female management of an Amsterdam merchant-banking house in crisis, 1805-1821
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Corporate Succession Strategies in Amsterdam Banking Houses: Anna-Maria Insinger and the Female Moment in Dutch History, 1810-1820
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Panel Moderator: ‘Teaching Business History: Reflections and Directions’
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Corporate Succession in Amsterdam Banking Houses and Female Financial Entrepreneurship, 1810-1820
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Roundtable Discussion: ‘Napoleon, the One Hundred Days and the Emergence of a French Capital Market’
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Making War Pay for War: Napoleon and the Dutch War Subsidies
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Reconstructing the Post-Napoleonic International Order: Nassau, the House of Orange and the Peninsular War
  • Mark Hay (2019) - Invited Panel Commentator: Panel 2B: The Public Memory and Representation of Wellington

  • Mark Hay (2018) - Recipient of the 2017 Economic History Society Carnevali Research Grant
  • Mark Hay (2018) - Winner of the 2018 Association of Low Countries Studies Essay Prize
  • Mark Hay (2010) - Arts & Humanities Research Council Studentship Award

War and Peace

Niveau
Minor
Year Level
Minor
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH9011

The International System

Niveau
Minor
Year Level
Minor
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH9012

Honours Degree Programme

Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH4200

Bachelor Thesis Class War, peace, econ.

Year Level
BA-3, BA-3
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH3085

Bachelor Thesis

Year Level
BA-3, BA-3, Pre-master
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH3100

Master Thesis

Year Level
MA, MA
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH4050

International Economic Relations

Year Level
BA-2, Pre-master, BA-2
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH2201

Short Internship

Niveau
MA
Year Level
MA
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH4121

States and Markets

Niveau
Minor
Year Level
Minor
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH9013

The Origins of Global Order

Year Level
MA, MA
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH4017

Power, Politics and Sovereignty

Niveau
MA
Year Level
MA
Jaar
2022
Course Code
CH4242

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