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.
Members of the Economic History Society are invited to contact Council members with suggestions for the offices of President and Honorary Secretary. The terms of the President (Professor Stephen Broadberry) and Honorary Secretary (Dr Helen Paul) will end at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, 6 April 2019 at Queen’s University Belfast. The office of the President is not renewable; that of the Honorary Secretary is renewable for a further 3-year term. Dr Paul has indicated that she wishes to stand again; other nominations are also welcome.
The EUI is seeking candidates with a distinguished record of scholarly publications and experience in postgraduate teaching and doctoral supervision, in the field of economic and social history since the late eighteenth century, to fill the post of Chair in Economic History in the Department of History and Civilization (HEC) and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS).