The Joint Centre for History and Economics is delighted to be the home for the History Project, an initiative supported by the Institute for New Economic Thinking, with the object of encouraging a new generation of historians of the economy and economic life. At a time when the need for historical understanding of large-scale economic changes is extraordinarily great, the Project seeks to provide support for young historians who are interested in economic history, the history of economic thought, and political and cultural histories of economic life.
The project includes:
(1) Annual graduate student conferences, held at five different universities over the period 2012 to 2017 on subjects ranging from the economic history of poverty to the history of energy.
(2) A program of small to medium-sized research grants, open to graduate and advanced undergraduate students.
(3) A History Project website as a resource for new histories of economic life and economic thought.
History Project Research Grants
The History Project offers small and medium sized research grants to graduate and advanced undergraduate students at universities around the world. The deadline for this round of grants is 15 November 2016.
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Call for Papers: The New Economic History of India
The History Project will hold its fifth conference on May 11-12, 2017 at the University of Cambridge.
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