Association of Academic Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools (AAHANZBS) 9th Annual Conference, 9-10 November 2017. The University of Sydney Business School, Sydney, Australia.
Call for Papers
The Business and Labour History Group (BLHG) of University of Sydney Business School, Australia, will be hosting the 9th Annual Conference of AAHANZBS on 9-10 November 2017.
You are invited to submit papers addressing the conference theme, including papers relating to accounting history, business history, economic history, labour history, management history, marketing history, tourism history, transport history and other areas of interest relating to historical research in business schools. We also invite papers / panel suggestions around teaching and pedagogy relating to business and labour history.
Plenary speaker: Professor Chris Howell, Oberlin College
We welcome papers from researchers outside business schools who have an interest in these fields of study.
Both abstracts and full papers may be submitted and will be published in the conference proceedings.
Please submit either a 1000 word abstract or a 6,000 word maximum paper for refereeing by 16 June 2017 to Greg Patmore at firstname.lastname@example.org
The abstract will provide: -
(i) A summary of the argument of the paper
(ii) A summary of the findings of the paper
(iii) A selected list of references for the paper
Papers should follow the Labour History style guide - http://asslh.org.au/journal/style-guide/.
All authors of the abstracts will be notified by 14 August 2017 at the latest whether their abstracts or papers have been accepted for the conference.
Postgraduate Students awards: The BLHG is pleased to be able to offer free registration, apart from the conference dinner, to all postgraduate students whose papers or abstracts are accepted.
Registration: Due to support offered by the Business School, free registration, apart from the conference dinner, is available for all staff and research students of the University of Sydney Business School and members of the BLHG. Full registration details will follow at http://sydney.edu.au/business/research/blhg
Greg Patmore, Professor of Business and Labour History, The University of Sydney School of Business