CFP: 14th European Social Science History Conference (Deadline 15 April)

14th European Social Science History Conference

12-15 April 2023, Gothenburg, Sweden

Economic History Network Call for Papers

The European Social Science History Conference is one of the largest congresses for the historical sciences in the world. It brings together scholars who explain historical phenomena using the methods of the social sciences. It welcomes participants working on a wide range of topics and any historical period.

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Public Talk: Shevchenko Scientific Society of Canada | Volodymyr Masliychuk. Yepyphanii Tychorskyi and the Economic Base of the Kharkiv Collegium

Shevchenko Scientific Society of Canada, Edmonton Branch

Едмонтонський осередок НТШ-Канада запрошує на доповідь

5 лютого 2021, 10.00 (Едмонтон), 12.00 (Торонто), 19.00 (Київ)

Володимир Маслійчук «Епифаній Тихорський та економічна база Харківського колегіуму (до 300-річчя заснування колегії)»

CFP: Yale Economic History Graduate Student Conference (Deadline 25 Feb)

The Program in Economic History at Yale University’s Economic Growth Center will hold a mini-conference for PhD students whose research pertains to any aspect of economic history prior to 1970. The conference will be on-line from 11am to 5pm, with a one-hour lunch break, on Friday March 25th and Saturday March 26th (New Haven time).

Co-organizers for this event are Prof. Gavin Wright (Stanford) and Will Damron (Yale).

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