California's 18th century railroad barons originated the corporate culture that dominates the modern business landscape today.
On Friday, November 7th, Santa Rosa Junior College will present Stanford University history professor Richard White speaking on "The Men in the Octopus Suit: Corporations and the Creation of California." The event will take place in the Newman Auditorium with a reception following in the Doyle Library. For more information, click here.
Professor White is widely regarded as one of the nation's leading scholars in three related fields: the American West, Native American history and environmental history. In addition to his forthcoming work on California's railroad barons, he is the author of five books, including The Middle Ground: Indians, Empires and Republic in the Great Lakes Region, 1650-1815, which was named a finalist for the 1992 Pulitzer Prize. Among other honors, he is the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation fellowship.
White has been on the faculty at Stanford University since 1998, but he says the school's namesake was not highly regarded by his contemporaries, despite Stanford's grand political ambitions.
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