Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History and Cambridge University Press are pleased to announce an exciting and important new publishing initiative: the launch of a fifth annual issue. The aim of the new fifth issue of Enterprise and Society, which will provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue on the largest questions, aims to expand conversations and widen the impact of the business history community. We believe we have designed this initiative so as to have some innovative features that set it apart from most other special issues.
H-Business is the digital network for the Business History Conference, an international organization devoted to the study of business enterprise and organization and of all aspects of the interactions of business with society, government, and culture in a historical context.
The John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising and Marketing History, part of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University, announces the availability of three grants for research travel to our collections: the Alvin Achenbaum travel grant, FOARE Fellowship for Outdoor Advertising Research, and the John Furr Fellowship for research in the J. Walter Thompson Co. Archives.
The transformation of the global countryside has been essential to the emergence and consolidation of capitalism over the last 500 years. Commodity frontiers have swept vast grasslands and forests, mountains and marine spaces, setting populations in motion, transforming social relations, and drawing raw materials, food, fuel, and people into global networks of labor and trade.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Risk, Honor & Innovation: Imagining New Markets
3rd Biennial Richard Robinson Workshop on Business History
Portland State University
May 24-26, 2018 Portland OR
The Dresher Center for the Humanities at UMBC invites applications for a new Visiting Faculty Fellowship program from scholars who are committed to diversity and the advancement of groups historically underrepresented in the professoriate. Part of the Dresher Center’s Inclusion Imperative Program funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, this regional program is open to full-time faculty doing humanities research at colleges and universities in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.