Richard A. Naclerio is an Adjunct History Professor and an Academic Advisor at
Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. He teaches a core Ancient
Civilizations course at SHU, and his area of interest and research is U.S. Economic

He has a BA and MA from Iona College in New York, and his masters thesis is entitled,
"The Federal Reserve, Paul M. Warburg, and Benjamin Strong Jr.: Money, Power, and

Prof. Naclerio has presented his works at the Annual Conferences of the Economic and
Business Historical Society, the National Business and Economic Society, and the New
England Historical association. He looks forward to publishing his work and entering a
PhD program in the near future. 

Prof. Naclerio is a proud member of the American Historical Association, The New York
Historical Society, The Economic Historical Society, and the National History Honors
Society (Phi Alpha Theta). 

Conference Proceedings


The Birth of the U.S. Federal Reserve, Economic and Business Historical Society Annual Conference (2015)

On November 16, 2014 the United States Federal Reserve celebrated the centennial of its organization....



Paul M. Warburg: Founder of the United States Federal Reserve, History Faculty Publications (2013)

On November 16, 2014 the United States Federal Reserve will celebrate its centennial. Its one...




Benjamin Strong Jr.: The Common Monetary Thread, History Faculty Publications (2014)

Benjamin Strong Jr. entered the banking industry after he graduated from public high school. Over...