An exciting new opportunity has arisen at the University of Oxford for a Research Associate to conduct their own research and contribute to a major international project. The research will focus on international banking and financial markets to examine how the past is used in the assessment of risk, how reputation was built and what lessons were drawn from successive crises.
The deadline for applications is 12.00 noon on 30 August 2017.
The University of York has a vacancy for a Teaching & Scholarship Lecturer (Grade 7), to start on the 1 January 2018 for a fixed term of 19 months, salary £38,183 a year.
The post-holder will contribute to teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, primarily in Economic History. They may also contribute to teaching in other areas of Economics, which may include quantitative, and / or the supervision of MSc dissertations on appropriate topics.
The 2018 Urban History Group Annual conference will take place 5-6 April at Keele University and will be on the theme ' Healthy or Unhealthy Cities? Urban environments, cultures and economies of public and private health, 1600 to the present'.
The twenty-eighth annual workshop of the Women’s Committee, on the topic of ‘Women’s Legal Histories: justice, agency and representation’, will take place on Saturday, 25 November 2017 at Swansea University.
This two-volume set brings together the essential and extensive publications by Professor Thompson otherwise scattered in many journals. These pieces form a major supplement to his classic book English Landed Society.
Discount price available to members of the Economic History Society.