The Financial History Network (https://financialhistorynetwork.wordpress.com/) promotes scholarship in financial history and the history of finance. We are now looking for participants to present works in progress, dissertation chapters, or R&R manuscripts for our 2021-2022 webinar series (https://financialhistorynetwork.wordpress.com/webinar-series/).
These sessions are open to all scholars willing to engage in productive conversations by providing supportive and constructive comments to peers. Our preference is for research that employs qualitative or institutional perspectives in financial, banking, monetary, and accounting history; the history and sociology of finance; and the history of capitalism. We are also open to other fields and approaches.
We especially welcome submissions from graduate students and early-career researchers. We strongly encourage women, people of color, members of minority groups, scholars based in or working on under-represented geographies (such as Latin America, the Mediterranean Basin, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia), and scholars from disciplines other than economics and history, to participate in the webinar series.
If you would like to present a paper in the webinar series, please fill in the application form (https://forms.gle/8X5KajNi6A3w4B4DA). The deadline for submissions is Friday, September 3, 2021, at 11:59 pm U.S. Eastern Standard Time.
If you wish to receive the papers being discussed, reminders of our sessions, and follow-up discussions, and you have not registered previously to a webinar session, please fill in the registration form (https://forms.gle/YhHTXTZZ8xkMmunt8) if you have not done so in the past.
The webinar sessions will occur once a month via Zoom, starting in September 2021 on Mondays at 11 am U.S. Eastern Standard Time. Sessions are recorded and published on the network’s YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiW_2hQSUvc6HmDSCvK7Cbg), with the presenter’s permission.
The conveners of the Financial History Network
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo (Northumbria University, United Kingdom)
Manuel A. Bautista-González (Columbia University in the City of New York, United States)
Sergio Castellanos-Gamboa (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia)
Miguel A. López Morell (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)
Paula Vedoveli (Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil)
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