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Job Announcement: Career Development Fellow - Global History of Capitalism, University of Oxford

The Global History of Capitalism (GHoC) programme at the University of Oxford is recruiting for the post of Career Development Fellow, a postdoc position.  The programme's Co-Directors (and co-founders) are Christopher McKenna and Rowena Olegario. 

 

 

Call For Papers: "Made by History -- the Washington Post"

 

Made by History is a new blog hosted by the Washington Post.

Historians Brian Rosenwald and Niki Hemmer founded the site.  Katie Brownell is the editor. BHC member, Christy Chapin, is a member of the editorial board.

Business historians are encouraged to submit pitches or already composed pieces that are

1. related to current news stories or topics,

2. based on their area of expertise, and

3. written to include a historical context.

The suggested word count is 600-1000 words.

The Washington Post's publicist issued the following announcement about the site:
http://wapo.st/2s9cvAj.

You can send your pitches or written pieces to the following email address:
madebyhistory@washpost.com

MBH is particularly keen to encourage participation from women and minorities -- groups that traditionally have been underrepresented in the media.

Please spread the word to your friends and colleagues.

Job Announcement: Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Economic and Social History

Please find here details of a job vacancy for the post of Lecturer in Economic & Social History, University of Glasgow.    
Job Purpose
To conduct high-quality research and knowledge exchange activities in the field of Economic & Social History with the capacity to support the Subject Area’s teaching commitments and research specialisms in post-1750 business history; make a substantial contribution to learning and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; and undertake management and administrative duties as directed by the Head of School and/or Head of Subject.

The vacancy is advertised at: www.jobs.ac.uk/job/bbx300/

For informal enquries please contact Professor Ray Stokes (Ray.Stokes@glasgow.ac.uk)  

The closing date for applications is 9 July 2017 (Job Ref: 018229).

Job Announcement: Book Review Editor Need for E&S

Book Review Editor Needed for Enterprise & Society

 

Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History, which is published for the Business History Conference by Cambridge University Press, is looking for a book review editor to replace Richard Weiner who will step down in June 2017. The book review editor works closely with the editor of the journal, Andrew Popp, and serves as a member of the editorial board for the journal.

From its foundation, the journal's book review section has been distinguished not only by the quality of its reviews but also by the range of books that it has covered. The ideal candidate for the position will carry on and extend this tradition. S/he will be someone with broad intellectual interests and multiple networks in the field of business history and related fields. S/he will have strong administrative and organizational skills.  It should be noted that, however, that much of the administration of the book review process is conducted electronically. As a result, the journal uses a comprehensive submission and editing server, Scholar One, which allows the book review editor to invite, receive, and edit reviews online and automates the creation of reminders for reviewers. Based on the experience of previous book review editors, the new editor will require approximately 20 hours of time (or a graduate student's time) per month to request books, log those received, and ship them to reviewers. The position includes a modest honorarium and budget. 

To be considered for the position of book review editor, please send a cover letter, which outlines your interest and aptitude for the job, together with a curriculum vitae to Louis Hyman, Chair, Print Media Oversight Committee of the Business History Conference at louishyman@cornell.edu.

All applications must be received by July 1, 2017.  Potential applicants interested in learning more are welcome to contact either Roger Horowitz, BHC Secretary-Treasurer at rh@udel.edu or Carol Lockman, Enterprise & Society Managing Editor, at clockman@Hagley.org