History Colloquium - “Changing the conversation: How the Great Depression altered American financial politics and our assumptions about money”

David Freund - University of Maryland

DAVID FREUND, Associate Professor of History at University of Maryland, specializes in the history of the modern United States, with a focus on the built environment, public policy, economic opportunity, and economic ideology.


He is the author of Colored Property: State Policy and White Racial Politics in Suburban America and The Modern American Metropolis: A Documentary Reader and is currently completing State Money, a history of financial policy and free market ideology in the modern United States.