Networks

Seeking to encourage all aspects of teaching and research on business history, the BHC has developed several networks for exchanging information and mutual support for members and non-members alike. 

  • Interest Groups

    • Interest groups are open to all members. Luncheons and receptions are held at annual meetings to enabled members of respective interest groups to meet and share ideas. 
    • Business Historians at Business Schools
      • Members teaching in schools of management and business have created an informal networking group which meets for lunch at the annual meeting
    • Emerging Scholars
      • Focuses on introducing young scholars to the possibilities for researching and teaching in the field of business history
    • Women in Business History
      • An informal group who join together for lunch at annual meetings to network, share career information, and trade insights on professional development
  • The Exchange

    • A blog devoted to news of interest to the business and economic history community.
  • Expertise Database

    • Helps members of the media identify a historian capable of delivering authoritative, nuanced understandings of the ways in which businesses have operated in their wider social, political, economic, and cultural worlds.
  • H-Business

    • One of the earliest H-Net lists, H-Business was founded in April 1994 by Austin Kerr and Jeremy Atack, who served as the first coeditors. Subscription is open to anyone with an interest in business history; it is not confined to BHC members, though they are encouraged to subscribe.
  • BHC Twitterdex

    • Many BHC members are active on Twitter. Our Twitterdex provides access to their profiles for the Twitterati. The official BHC account is @thebhcnews.