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Mark your calendars for the next Hagley research seminar entitled, “Marxist Manipulators:  Robots on the Line at Lordstown”, by Salem Elzway, University of Michigan, which will be Wednesday, May 18th at Noon EST.

May 18, 2022: Salem Elzway, Marxist Manipulators: Robots on the Line at Lordstown

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We invite you to read the article "Tackling the Great Climate Unmentionable" by Alan P. Loeb.

CFP Gender & Economy Seminar and Summer School (deadline extended)

We invite graduate students using the methods of social science history to attend a two-day summer school in Jyväskylä in June 2022. The summer school will address the challenges of research design for methods in social science history, especially in relation to topics on gender and economy.

The following call for Research Proposals might be

The Business History Conference offers extensive support to emerging (or early-career) scholars, including a doctoral colloquium, a mentoring program, and, crucially, a much-loved free breakfast at the BHC. But when, exactly, do you emerge? And what happens after that?

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The following podcast episodes have been published during the last two months and many would be interest to business historians.


Congratulations to all 2022 BHC Annual Meeting awardees!

Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

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Call for papers: Firms, Wars, and Ethics in the Business History of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia