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CFP: HES annual Conference, deadline 28 february 2018

 
 

Welcome to the 2018 Annual Meeting of the

History of Economics Society!

The Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society is the most important gathering of historians of economic thought in North America. The conference provides an opportunity to meet with friends and colleagues, to learn about new research in the field, and to talk with journal and book editors and bloggers.

The 2018 Conference will take place at the Loyola University Chicago Water Tower Campus in downtown Chicago June 14 to 17, 2018.

See Tabs below for submitting an abstract, registering, lodging, and other information

Conference Outline: 2018 Schedule

The program will include plenary addresses by Anwar Shaikh of the New School (Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises. Oxford 2016) and Douglas Irwin of Dartmouth (Clashing over Commerce: A History of US Trade Policy. University of Chicago Press 2017) and our Presidential Address by Evelyn Forget of Manitoba.

Conference Locations:

Conference Registration: Lobby, Philip H. Corboy Law Center
Opening Reception: Wintrust Hall, Schreiber Center (ticket required)
Conference Sessions: Philip H. Corboy Law Center
Presidential Address: Rogers Courtroom, Philip H. Corboy Law Center 10th floor
Awards Banquet: Kasbeer Hall, Philip H. Corboy Law Center (ticket required)
Dorm Accommodation: Baumhart Hall
Hotel Accommodation: Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel

The Whitehall Hotel

 

Send proposals for papers or sessions to: 2018heschicago@gmail.com

Please use HES2018 in the subject line.

The DEADLINE for submissions is February 28, 2018.

The early conference registration deadline is March 31, 2018.

Papers dealing with any aspect of the history of economic thought are welcome, including work related to any period or any school of economic thought. Also welcome are papers that situate economics in wider intellectual and cultural contexts or relate it to other disciplines.

Although we welcome proposals for individual paper s , proposals for complete sessions are especially encouraged. To propose a paper, please submit an abstract of less than 250 words. To propose a session, please submit an abstract of less than 500 words that lists all participants, titles and very brief descriptions of thepapers to be included.

We encourage scholars from neighboring disciplines to apply; please see the past conference programs posted on our website. Inquiries regarding session proposals are most welcome. Most of the conference sessions will be an hour and a half but there will be hour long sessions as well. So you could propose a session with two, three or four papers.

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