Peter A. Coclanis


Ph.D., Albert R. Newsome Professor, History
Adjunct Professor, Economics; Director, Global Research Institute; Faculty Affiliate, Asian Studies; Faculty Affiliate, Peace, War, and Defense

Campus Office: FedEx Global Education Center, Room 3012
Campus Phone Number: (919) 843-5111

Dr. Coclanis' Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Coclanis's publications in PubMed

Dr. Coclanis's CPC publications

Coclanis is an economic historian who works on American, Southeast Asian, and global economic history from the 17th century to the present day. He publishes in the fields of agricultural history, economic history/economic development, environmental history, and demographic history. Over the past two decades, he has explored such issues in many publications on Southeast Asia and the U.S. He is currently work on a book-length study on the integration of world markets for rice over the course of the period between 1700 and 1920, several studies on the economic, demographic, and environmental history of Burma/Myanmar and the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), and various projects relating to the economic history of the U.S. South. He has presided over three international professional organizations, and is an elected fellow of both the Society of American Historians and the Agricultural History Society.

Primary Research Areas:

  • Demography

Information updated on 4/10/2019

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