The macroeconomic development and maturity of Latin America is a fact.
Workshop: Waste between the 19th and the 21st century: the price of modernity or the sign of a misdirected development?
Workshop hosted by the Center for the History of Global Development, Shanghai University
I have written a paper examining the targeting by the Democratic party of white as well as black people and the underlying economic motives for this action during the white supremacy campaigns of 1898 and 1900 in North Carolina. I am seeking additional panelists and a commentator for a session to be offered at the 2019 Southern Historical Association's annual meeting in Louisville, Ky that could be organized on one of the following themes: 19th-century Populism, post-Reconstruction race and politics, dissident politics in the South, political economy, or disfranchisement.
International Postgraduate Port and Maritime Studies Network
Call for Papers “Alcohol and Anti-alcoholism in Greece (1830-1950)”
Athens, October 12, 2018
Call for Applications:
ESTER Research Design Course: How to strengthen your dissertation project?
Each year, the School of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, invites between 20 and 25 scholars to be in residence for the full academic year to pursue their own research. The School welcomes applications in economics, political science, law, psychology, sociology and anthropology. It encourages social scientific work with an historical and humanistic bent and also entertains applications in history, philosophy, literary criticism, literature and linguistics.
COPING WITH CRISIS: Undergraduate Conference in History
Budapest, August 10 - 13, 2018
To be awarded for twelve months’ residence, study, and research at Harvard Business School. The fellowship is open to scholars who, within the last ten years, have received a Ph.D. in history, economics, or a related discipline. This fellowship is to enable scholars to engage in research that will benefit from the resources of Harvard Business School and the larger Boston scholarly community. A travel fund and a book fund will be provided. This fellowships will also provide an opportunity for the fellow to participate in the activities of Harvard Business School.
This award honors the work and contributions of Thomas K. McCraw (1940-2012), who was Isidor Straus Professor of Business History at Harvard Business School. The fellowship enables established scholars from around the world whose primary interest is the business and economic history of the United States to spend time in residence at Harvard Business School. The main activities of the Thomas K. McCraw Fellow will be to conduct research in the archives of Baker Library or in other Boston-area libraries, present his or her work at a seminar, and interact with HBS faculty.