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Members vs. Registered Users (Non-Members)

  • Members of the Business History Conference automatically receive full access to every component on this web site. This includes:
    • Full access to Enterprise & Society online, including the most recent issue
    • Inclusion in the "Expertise Database"
    • Ability to post announcements (CFPs, job ads, prizes) to the site
    • Ability to submit bibliography suggestions, research and teaching resources, and syllabi
  • Non-BHC members can access many of the website's tools after registering an account (to prove they are not robots). For example, registered non-members can:
    • Upload paper or panel proposals for an annual meeting
    • Submit "session organizer" requests for an annual meeting
    • Upload abstracts and pre-circulated papers to the annual meeting page

Why am I not in the "Expertise Database?"

  • Only registered BHC members who have entered a research biography and research interests appear in the Expertise Database. To update your profile, use the menu link at "Member Tools-->Update My Research Profile."

What is the BHC's privacy policy?

BHC website users and members may refer to and access the organization's privacy policy here.

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