Janice M. Traflet
Office: Taylor Hall 318
In teaching marketing and business history courses here at Bucknell, Professor Traflet brings energy and enthusiasm. Her articles have appeared in a variety of journals such as Journal of Business Ethics; Essays in Economic & Business History; Journal of Cultural Economy; Accountancy, Business, and the Public Interest; Proteus; and Financial History Magazine. Her first book, A Nation of Small Shareowners is forthcoming from Johns Hopkins University Press. Professor Traflet serves as Editor in chief of Essays in Economic & Business History, published by Bucknell University Press, and also has served on the Editorial Advisory Board of Encyclopedia of Business in Today's World, published by Sage. In addition, she is on the Board of Trustees for the Economic Business History Society (EBHS) and is actively involved in several other academic organizations, including the Business History Conference.
Professor Traflet has earned numerous distinctions, such as the Editor's Award, the James Soltow Award, a Chandler Fellowship at Harvard Graduate School of Business, and a Rovensky Fellowship in Business and Economic History. She earned her doctorate from Columbia University is 2004, two master's degrees from Columbia, and an MBA from Seton Hall University.