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Daniel Simeone

In the area of 19th century Canadian and Quebec history, daniel.simeone [at] (Daniel) explores the concept of bankruptcy in 1840-1900 Montreal. At the intersection of economic, social, intellectual, and cultural history, bankruptcy helps to bring out the links between the morality of contractual relations, the material reality of merchants, and the process and application of law during the period of the construction of the regulatory state.

Daniel begun his doctoral studies under the supervision of Dr. Suzanne Morton in 2010, after having received the masters degree, at McGill,under the direction of Dr. Jarrett Rudy. He holds a  masters of mathematics from McGill, and has a background in Computer Science and Theatre Studies.

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