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Kean Sharp Wins Business History Conference Prize

Congratulations to History graduate student Kelly Kean Sharp! Kelly was awarded the K. Austin Kerr Prize at the Business History Conference for her paper entitled, "No Free Market: The Enslaved Marketwoman and Butchers of Charleston's Centre Market Stalls." This prize is awarded to "the best first paper delivered at the annual meeting of the Business History Conference by a new scholar." For more information on the K. Austin Kerr Prize, please click here.