The Economic History Society offers 12 part-funded places on an intensive residential course designed to raise the quality and analytical rigour of doctoral dissertations in economic and social history; improve the communication skills of postgraduates; widen their approach to their subjects; and encourage them to form networks with established scholars and fellow students in their areas of expertise.
Two full-time postdoctoral positions are available at the third sector research centre (TSRC) in Birmingham for up to 30 months from 1st July or as soon as possible thereafter. A further part-time (quantitative) post will be advertised shortly. Closing date is 3 May 2017.
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.
Reading’s Centre for International Business History (CIBH) welcomes applications for PhD study in all aspects of the history of consumer goods industries, including fast moving goods, clothing and fashion sectors, consumer durables, housing, and personal transport.