Economic History Society & Economic History Review
Economic History Society
The Economic History Society (EHS, founded 1926) exists to support reseach and teaching in economic and social history, broadly defined. It does this through publications, including the Economic History Review and a range of textbooks and study packs, through conferences and workshops, through the finance of research fellowships and research grants, and through bursaries and prizes for younger scholars. For further details of the EHS visit our website; see also Advantages of Membership.
Economic History Review
I became Book Review Editor of the Economic History Review on 1 January 2006, with the first issue for which I was responsible being vol. 59.3 (August 2006). I am keen to expand the range of reviewers, both by cohort (to include more younger colleagues) and spatially (expanding our frontiers beyond Western Europe and the US). If you would like to be considered as a potential reviewer, please email me.