The Economic History Society

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Book Review – Gillian Cookson, “The Age of Machinery. Engineering the Industrial Revolution, 1770-1850”

29 Apr, 2021
Gillian Cookson, The Age of Machinery. Engineering the Industrial Revolution, 1770-1850 (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell, 2018, Pp ix + 324...
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EHS Annual Conference 2021 – Prize-giving

27 Apr, 2021
The Society awards a number of prizes every year at the Annual Conference. The 2021 prize-giving session can be...
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Tawney Lecture 2021 – Now available

27 Apr, 2021
The EHS Annual Conference 2021 welcomed Professor Mary O’Sullivan to give the Tawney Lecture. This is now available to...

Border Crossings Project – Research Fellow in History

23 Apr, 2021
We now have a further vacancy attached to the Border Crossings research project.  The project is concerned with the...