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Student ambassadors are postgraduate students who are tasked with representing the EHS at their institution, and facilitating communication between the Society and students with interests in economic and social history.
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Registration is still open for this year's @WComEHS Workshop 'The Bubble and the Bubble Act' (14 November, Winchester). Details & sign up here: https://bubbleandbubbleact510161864.wordpress.com/ #econhist #twitterstorians @HelenJuliaPaul
Today is the last day to submit your PhD thesis summary for the 2020 @EcHistSoc Residential Training Course! #econhist #twitterstorians https://www.ehs.org.uk/the-society/residential-training-course.html