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CfP 13th European Social Science History Conference 2020, Labour and Working Class History Network, Leiden 18-21.3.2020

Labour and Working Class History 

The European Social Science History Conference is one of the largest congresses for the historical sciences in the world. It brings together scholars who explain historical phenomena using the methods of the social sciences. It welcomes participants working on a wide range of topics and any historical period.

CfP 13th European Social Science History Conference 2020, Economic History Network, Leiden 18-21.3.2020

Economic History Network Call for Papers

The European Social Science History Conference is one of the largest congresses for the historical sciences in the world. It brings together scholars who explain historical phenomena using the methods of the social sciences. It welcomes participants working on a wide range of topics and any historical period.

The Economic History Network invites proposals for papers as well as for sessions comprised of 4 related papers. We welcome proposals focusing on any aspect of the historical analysis of economic change using both quantitative and qualitative methods, on any region of Europe and the wider world. We especially look forward to receiving submissions from young scholars and using interdisciplinary approaches that push the boundaries of economic history. Both paper and session proposals must be submitted through the ESSHC website by filling out the pre-registration form, under ‘registration’ in the top right corner.

 

 

CfP 39th Meeting of the Portuguese Association of Economic and Social History "Circulations: from local to global", University of Algarve, 15-16.11.2019
Mobility is a key problem in Economic and Social History. Regardless of the period under analysis, people circulate, carrying with them commodities, capital, ideas, languages, traditions. They circulate to survive, to trade, to explore, to conquer, to migrate, and also for leisure. These constant circulations are at the origin of many interactions, impacts, conflicts, changes and resistances, as well as many social, economic, institutional and cultural transformations. In an increasingly interconnected world, these processes can be analyzed under several perspectives and in various scales, going from the local to the global. We invite scholars, from any nationality, who wish to contribute to this topic to submit their panel or paper proposals. Proposals on any other topic in Economic and Social History are also welcome.

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