EHS: Online New Researcher Sessions

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20 Jul, 2020

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Please note that these online sessions are not a replacement for the EHS Annual Conference, and new researchers are made up of postgraduates and early career researchers. 

The sessions will last no longer than 1 hour and 15 minutes, with time for questions and discussion at the end. Presenters are appearing from across the world, and times have been chosen to best accommodate this. 

We welcome and encourage attendance from anyone interested in economic and social history. All sessions are available for members and non-members of the EHS. 

The following sessions are available, all GMT+1 (current London time): 

Finance, Currency & Crisis – 15th July @ 4:30pm

  • Ruben Peeters (Utrecht University)
    Solving the perennial small firm credit problem: The case of the Netherlands, 1900-40
  • Maylis Avaro (Graduate Institute, Geneva & University Libre de Bruxelles)
    Zombie International Currency: The Pound Sterling 1945-73
  • Ryan Smith (University of Glasgow)
    The Middle East and the 1982 debt crisis

Industry, Trade & Technology – 22nd July @ 10:00am

  • Mostafa Abdelaal (University of Cambridge)
    Elusive promises: The impacts of the Central African Federation on industrial development in Northern Rhodesia, 1953-63
  • Bjoern Brey (University of Nottingham)
    The long-run gains from the early adoption of electricity
  • Alexander Urrego-Mesa (Universitat de Barcelona)
    Food Security, Trade and Violence: From the First to the Second Globalization in Colombia 1916-2016

Human Capital & Development – 29th July @ 5:00pm

  • Kathryne Crossley (University of Oxford)
    Honest, sober and willing: Oxford college servants, 1850-1939
  • Matthew Curtis – University of California
    The quantity and quality of pre-industrial children: Evidence from Québécois twins

Equality & Wages – 5th August @ 9:00am

  • Tamer Güven (Istanbul University)
    Wages in the Ottoman textile factories, 1848-99
  • Theresa Neef (Freie Universität Berlin)
    The long way to gender equality: Gender differences in pay in Germany, 1871-2016
  • Yuzuru Kumon (Bocconi University)
    The deep roots of inequality

Government & Colonization – 12th August @ 3:00pm

  • Matthew Birchall (University of Cambridge)
    British company colonization, 1820-40
  • Luise Elsaesser (European University Institute)
    Coordinating decline: Governmental regulation of disappearing horse markets in Britain, 1873-1957

 Spending & Networks – 19th August @ 12:00pm

  • Xabier García Fuente (Universitat de Barcelona)
    The paradox of redistribution in time: Social spending in 48 countries, 1967-2016
  • Andres Mesa (Università degli Studi di Teramo)
    The Diaspora of a Diaspora: The Cassana and Rivarolo family network in the Atlantic, 1450-1530

Those interested should please email Alice Whiteoak, stating which session(s) you would like to attend. Sessions will be held via Zoom, and invitations will be sent out via email prior to each session.

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