The University of Oxford programme for Economic and Social History and Nuffield College, Oxford, are inviting applications for the 2020-2021 round of the Graduate Seminar in Economic and Social History.
The Datini Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of a new series, Datini Studies in Economic History. Published by Firenze University Press Scientific Cloud, this new open-access series represents a major advancement in how we disseminate our publications.
The Francesca Carnevali Prize is awarded to the best Bachelor and Master of Science thesis in economic history. Theses completed in any University during the period 1 February 2018 – 15 August 2020 are eligible. The winner is selected by a committee composed by members of ASE, and receives a €500 cash prize. This year the awarding committee includes: Prof. Anna Missiaia (Lund University), Prof. Alessandro Nuvolari (Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies – Pisa), Prof. Vera Zamagni (University of Bologna).
The first issue of Journal of Applied History, vol. 1/1-2 (Jun. 2020) is published.
Individuals are eligible for free access to the Journal of Applied History until 31 December 2021, using access token JOAH4U.
The Association of Print Scholars (APS) Publication Grant supports the publication of innovative scholarly research about printmaking across all time periods and geographic regions. The grant carries a maximum award of $2,000 and is funded through the Association of Print Scholars and the generosity of C.G. Boerner and Harris Schrank.
In just a few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has become a simultaneous health and economic crisis of unparalleled magnitude. The COVID-19 pandemic will doubtless have many life-altering short- and long-term effects related to health. Researchers around the world have turned their attention to examining the causes and consequences of the current pandemic as it unfolds, as well as to drawing on prior disease outbreaks for lessons that may be relevant today.
The latest issue of Journal of Social History 53/4 (2020) with a special issue on "Mapping Modern Rejuvenation" is published.
Due to the continued risks and widespread uncertainty caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the forthcoming 4th International Conference in Economic and Social History, to be held on Corfu, October 1-3, 2020, is postponed until next year.
Having discussed various options, we have decided to reschedule the conference for September 23-26, 2021. The venue shall remain unchanged and additional details will be announced toward the end of the year. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any additional queries or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org
We apologise for any inconvenience and hope everyone remains healthy and safe,
The Organising Committee
The latest issue of Historein 19/1 (2020) with a special issue on "Global Labour History. Perspectives from East to West, from North to South".
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"
The latest issue of Revista de Historia Economica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, 38/1 (2020) with a special issue "Economic History of Portugal" is now free to download for a limited time.
We’re launching a virtual graduate seminar in Economic History. 60 minute online talks with discussion, free to everyone to sign up and participate.
It will be a good way for economic history graduate students to stay in touch and make everybody feel more energized and motivated. This would also be the occasion to get feedback on your ongoing quarantine work. It also aims to make up for all the cancelled conferences and seminars where we would have tested our research.