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WEHC 2021 - Second call for Sessions

The 19th World Congress in Paris will be held in Paris on July 25-30 2021. The Congress will address “resources” as one of the main challenges of the contemporary world. The Congress will consider sessions on all the categories of resources, that is natural, material, immaterial and human (work and skill): water, air, energy, food products, raw materials, labour, capital, patents etc. To submit a session proposal you need to login below and will then be able to submit your proposal in a file. You'll have to give the name(s) of the organizer(s) and their institutional affiliation, a title for the session, and the prefered duration (single session of 90' or double session 2X90', successive or not). In addition, it is advised to provide a summary with a list of potential contributors and the title of their talk, if relevant. Only submissions in English will be accepted. You can access and modify your proposal until June 30, 2020.

Visiting Research Fellow in Archaeology and economic history (PhD candidate, or part-time Postdoc), Tuebingen University, Germany

In the economic history working group at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, a position as Visiting Research Fellow 'archaeology and economic history' (PhD candidate, or part-time Postdoc) (TV-L E13, 65%) at Tuebingen University is to be filled on Sept 1st, 2020. The length of employment is planned to be 10 months. An extension of the research stay in Tuebingen might be possible (to be negotiated).

Doctoral student positions, Department of Economic History, Lund University, Sweden

We are happy to announce four new doctoral student positions at the Department of Economic History, Lund University, Sweden, all funded by successful applications for external research grants.

Call for Papers: Hidden Economies of Slavery

Call for Papers
Hidden Economies of Slavery
Date: 10-11 December 2020

Venue: German Historical Institute London

Closing date: 30 June 2020

International Workshop co-organized by Melina Teubner (University of Bern) and Felix Brahm (German Historical Institute London)

In many cases, abolition did not bring about an end to slavery. Local economies often continued to rely on slavery, and new forms of unfree labour were invented that involved new places and peoples. Not seldomly private as well as state actors carried on investing in, or operating ventures based on slavery, though less openly.

Assistant Professor Economic History, University of Groningen

The University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business, is seeking to appoint a full-time Assistant Professor of Economic History within the Department of Economics, Econometrics and Finance from September 2020 onwards.

The Assistant Professor will work with the Economic History group, whose main interests lie with long-term development and its determinants. Research of the group contributes to the Groningen Growth and Development Centre, a research centre of the Faculty of Economics and Business.

2 PhD positions within the project "Missing Girls in Historical Europe"

The Department of Modern History and Society at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, Trondheim) offers 2 full-time 3-year PhD positions within the project "Missing Girls in Historical Europe", funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NFR).

Preliminary evidence reconstructing infant and child sex ratios, the number of boys per hundred girls, in 19th-century European countries suggests that gender discrimination resulting in excess female mortality in infancy and childhood in historical Europe was much more important than previously thought (especially in Southern and Eastern Europe). This project seeks to (1) trace the importance of missing girls, and thus the extent of discriminatory practices, in historical Europe (c.1700-1950); (2) identify the type of families that were more likely to be involved in this kind of behaviour; and (3) address to what extent discriminatory practices in infancy and childhood are the result of structural socio-economic features (such as the lack of labour opportunities for women, among others) or temporary shocks (associated with famines or other mortality crises).

Revue de Synthèse, 140/1-2 (2019)

The latest issue of Revue de Synthèse 140/1-2 (2019) with a special issue "Pratiques du travail au forfait. Métiers, techniques et sous-traitance dans une perspective euro-asiatique, XVIIIe-XXIe siècles"

 

Six three-year PhD fellowships in Global History of Empires

Six three-year PhD fellowships in Global History of Empires


The international joint doctoral program Global History of Empire announces the call for applications for admission in 2020. The program is implemented by the University of Turin (Italy) and the Higher School of Economics (Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia). Enrolled students pursue their dissertation research in an international environment, enjoy international academic supervision, the intensive introductory seminar with world experts on the global dimensions of histories of empires, as well as joint dissertation workshops and summer schools co-organized by the universities in this partnership. Scholarships are allocated at the University of Turin (4 scholarships) and Higher Schools of Economics (2 scholarships) https://www.globalhistoryphd.unito.it/do/home.pl

Contact Info: 
Federica Morelli: federica.morelli@unito.it
Aleksander Semyonov: asemyonov@hse.ru

Deadline: 4.6.2020 

Leventis Professor of Greek, The University of Edinburgh - History, Classics and Archaeology

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

The Department of Classics in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology wishes to appoint an outstanding established scholar with an expertise in the Greek Revolution of 1821 and its wider historical, literary, cultural and intellectual contexts to to the A.G. Leventis chair in Greek between September and December 2021

As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applicants from all sections of the community, regardless of age, gender, race and ethnicity, disability, nationality and citizenship status, religion, sexual orientation or transgender status.

Our School is committed to Athena SWAN principles. All appointments will be made on merit.

This is a temporary role and is available for a fixed term period of 4 months from 1st September 2021.

Salary will be appointed on the professorial scale for 35 hours each week.

Closing date: 1.6.2020 at 5pm (GMT).

Επίκουρος καθηγητής στο γνωστικό αντικείμενο "Νεότερη και Σύγχρονη Ιστορία του Παρευξείνιου Χώρου"

Σας ενημερώνουμε ότι καταχωρίστηκε στο πληροφοριακό σύστημα ΑΠΕΛΛΑ μία νέα θέση:

Τίτλος: Επίκουρος Καθηγητής
Κωδικός θέσης: APP15819
Φορέας: Δημοκρίτειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θράκης
Σχολή: Κλασσικών και Ανθρωπιστικών Σπουδών
Τμήμα/Ινστιτούτο: Γλώσσας, Φιλολογίας και Πολιτισμού Παρευξείνιων Χωρών 
Γνωστικό αντικείμενο: Νεότερη και Σύγχρονη Ιστορία του Παρευξείνιου Χώρου

Ημερομηνία Έναρξης Υποβολών: 07/05/2020
Ημερομηνία Λήξης Υποβολών: 07/07/2020

Επίκουρος καθηγητής στο γνωστικό αντικείμενο "Ιστορία Διεθνών Σχέσεων"

Σας ενημερώνουμε ότι καταχωρίστηκε στο πληροφοριακό σύστημα ΑΠΕΛΛΑ μία νέα θέση:

Τίτλος: Επίκουρος καθηγητής
Κωδικός θέσης: APP15942
Φορέας: Εθνικό & Καποδιστριακό Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών
Σχολή: Οικονομικών και Πολιτικών Επιστημών
Τμήμα/Ινστιτούτο: Διαχείρισης Λιμένων και Ναυτιλίας
Γνωστικό αντικείμενο: Ιστορία Διεθνών Σχέσεων

Ημερομηνία Έναρξης Υποβολών: 09/05/2020
Ημερομηνία Λήξης Υποβολών: 09/07/2020

CfP: Uses of the Past by Enterprises in Central-Eastern Europe. The Second Workshop on Business History in Central and Eastern Europe

The Ukrainian Catholic University in cooperation with the European Business History Association invite scholars and Ph.D. students of any relevant discipline to submit paper proposals in a broad range of topics related to the uses of the past by firms in Central-Eastern Europe (CEE). In the context of this workshop, we wish to approach the past as a resource, which is used or can be used by business organizations for their purposes in the present and the future. We understand history as performative interpretation, a tool that helps actors make sense of the past and present and build towards the future. We focus on uses of the past in CEE; however, case studies on other regions are also welcome in case they deepen our understanding of “uses of the past” by CEE enterprises.


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Η Δράση Αναβάθμιση και Ανανέωση του ιστοχώρου της Ελληνικής Εταιρείας Οικονομικής Ιστορίας χρηματοδοτείται από το Κοινωφελές Ίδρυμα Ιωάννη Σ. Λάτση, στο πλαίσιο του Προγράμματος Ενίσχυσης Επιστημονικών Εταιρειών 2016