H-Business Emerging Scholar Interviews - Mandy Cooper

The Business History Conference offers extensive support to emerging (or early-career) scholars, including a doctoral colloquium, a mentoring program, and, crucially, a much-loved free breakfast at the BHC. But when, exactly, do you emerge? And what happens after that?   That’s what I hope to illuminate with this series of interviews with emerging scholars on their state of mind, the state of the field, and everything in between.

H-Business Emerging Scholar Interviews - Sabine Pitteloud

The Business History Conference offers extensive support to emerging (or early-career) scholars, including a doctoral colloquium, a mentoring program, and, crucially, a much-loved free breakfast at the BHC. But when, exactly, do you emerge? And what happens after that?   That’s what I hope to illuminate with this series of interviews with emerging scholars on their state of mind, the state of the field, and everything in between.

H-Business Emerging Scholar Interviews - Mary Bridges

The Business History Conference offers extensive support to emerging (or early-career) scholars, including a doctoral colloquium, a mentoring program, and, crucially, a much-loved free breakfast at the BHC. But when, exactly, do you emerge? And what happens after that?   That’s what I hope to illuminate with this series of interviews with emerging scholars on their state of mind, the state of the field, and everything in between.

Next Research Seminar/Salem Elzway/Wednesday, May 18th/Noon EST

The next Hagley research seminar entitled, “Marxist Manipulators:  Robots on the Line at Lordstown”, by Salem Elzway, University of Michigan,will be Wednesday, May 18th at Noon EST. 

Commentator will be Nelson Lichtenstein, University of California, Santa Barbara. 

Next Hagley Research Seminar/Salem Elzway/Wednesday, May 18th/Noon EST

The next Hagley research seminar entitled, “Marxist Manipulators:  Robots on the Line at Lordstown”, by Salem Elzway, University of Michigan,will be Wednesday, May 18th at Noon EST. 

Commentator will be Nelson Lichtenstein, University of California, Santa Barbara. 

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