The Institute of Historical Research’s new Conference Series book, Medieval Merchants and Money is now available. Edited by Martin Allen and Matthew Davies, the volume contains selected essays celebrating the scholarship of medieval historian Professor James L. Bolton.
The 18th gathering of the World Economic History Congress will convene 29 July – 3 August 2018 in historic Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Executive Committee of the IEHA welcomes proposals from all members of the international economic history community, whatever their institutional affiliation or status, as well as from scholars in related disciplines. Proposals will be accepted through the submission system at the main website.
Deadline for first call for sessions: 30 May 2016. A second call for sessions will be issued after the first round decisions have been finalised in the winter of 2017.
The Pasold Research Fund promotes and supports research on textile history broadly defined. Grants are awarded to fund high-quality research relating to all branches of textile history including the history of dress and fashion.