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I am a historian of the twentieth century United States. My research and teaching interests include the history of capitalism and cultural history, foregrounding questions of race, gender, sexuality, and labor.

My dissertation, “Segmenting America,” examines niche and segmented market research and consulting firms in the years following the Second World War.

Scholarly work has appeared in the Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism, American Studies (forthcoming) and Business Ethics. More general writing has appeared on The Washington Post and The National Post.

You can email me at guadagnolo(at)wisc.edu or find me on twitter at @dan_guad. Forewarned: I am deeply committed to retweeting photos of capybaras.