EBHS 2021 Virtual Conference

Posted on: May 7th, 2021 by EBHS No Comments
46th EBHS Conference

The EBHS 2021 Virtual Conference, May 18-21, is approaching fast. If you have a paper in the program or are chairing, please register as soon as possible. The original deadline was May 3.

For others, registration will remain open until the start of the conference. You are welcome to join us as non-presenting participants. Keynotes this year are (in scheduled order):

  • Anne E.C. McCants (MIT)
  • Eline Poelmans (KU Leuven) and Jason Taylor (Central Michigan University)
  • Michael Haupert (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse) and Claude Diebolt (French National Centre for Scientific Research)
  • Paul Rhode (University of Michigan)

You can check the latest program version here.

Please send your possible inquiries to .

Best Paper Prizes at the 2021 Virtual Conference

Posted on: April 22nd, 2021 by ollit No Comments

Each year the EBHS awards two prizes for papers presented at the annual conference. These are:

  • The Fred Bateman Award for best paper presented
  • The Lynne Doti Award for best paper presented by a graduate student

If you would like to submit a paper for consideration for the best Conference paper, or best Conference paper by a Graduate Student prizes, please send them to the Program Chair Chris Corker () no later than May 3rd.

EBHS Announcement of Diversity and Inclusion Fund and Request for Donations

Posted on: April 12th, 2021 by ollit No Comments

The Trustees of the Economic and Business History Society recognize that black lives matter and affirm our commitment to mutual respect and social justice for all. As an organization, we recognize that our own track record in terms of racial diversity leaves much to be desired. We pride ourselves on our inclusion of different fields and methods, our geographic and political diversity, and our collegiality, but we still have much to do to diversify our organization.

Real action requires work, resources, and willpower. The EBHS commits itself to realizing the ideals of equality and justice for all. The Board of Trustees has recently approved and created a Diversity and Inclusion Fund which will provide financial support to diverse graduate students and early career scholars to attend our annual meetings. To help seed such funds, the Board has authorized a seed fund of $1,000 from the Society’s holdings to start the fund. The Board of Trustees and the Diversity and Inclusion Committee respectively ask for donations to the fund to help create a solid financial base from which we can provide a consistent number of grants that can have a real and meaningful impact on the academic success of scholars at the beginning of their careers. To do so, please click here:

Or you may mail a check to:

John Moore
2119 Van Antwerp
Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236
United States

On behalf of the Board of Trustees and the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, thank you!