The Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society, Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, Delaware is pleased to announce the recipients of grants and fellowships awarded in August, 2017. Please note that the next deadline for applications for the exploratory and Henry Belin du Pont Fellowship is October 31th. The H. B.
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Hagley Museum and Library and the Business History Conference are pleased to announce the 2017 winner of the Hagley Prize: Destructive Creation: American Business and the Winning of World War II (University of Pennsylvania, 2016) by Mark R. Wilson, University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Hagley Museum and Library and the Business History Conference jointly offer the Hagley Prize awarded to the best book in Business History (broadly defined) and consists of a medallion and $2,500.
The 2017 Ralph Gomory Prize of the Business History Conference has been awarded to two recipients who will share the prize: Johan Mathew of Rutgers University for his book, Margins of the Market: Trafficking and Capitalism across the Arabian Sea (University of California Press, 2016) and Mark R. Wilson, University of North Carolina, Charlotte for his book, Destructive Creation: American Business and the Winning of World War II (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016) at the Business History Conference annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, USA on April 1, 2017.
The Production of Information: Technologies, Media Markets, and Labour in the Twentieth Century
Deadline for proposals: 30 September 2017
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