Call for Papers : LSE Graduate Seminar in Economic History

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Lent and Summer Terms 2019

Final stage PhD students are invited to apply to present at the LSE Graduate Seminar in Economic History. The seminar convenors are presently considering applications for the Lent and Summer Terms (January – June 2019).

The LSE Graduate Seminar in Economic History is intended for the presentation of papers (or chapters) at an advanced stage of research. Papers may address any historical period, region, or theme within economic history, but should aim to substantially contribute to a scholarly debate within the discipline.

The seminar takes place on Wednesday afternoons during term time and consists of a presentation of approximately 30-40 minutes in length, followed by questions and comments. Faculty and PhD students in the Department of Economic History are in regular attendance. In advance of the seminar, presenters are expected to submit a full-length draft of the paper for circulation.

Your application should include name, title, affiliation and an abstract of the paper to be presented (below 500 words). Please also indicate your preferred dates. These materials should be emailed to the seminar convenors no later than 01st December 2018. You can expect to learn the outcome of your application by mid-December. Please use the following email address for the submission and any queries:

You can find more information, including past speakers, location, timing as well as personal contact details of the convenors on the seminar webpage

Alex Green, Jennifer Koehler, Maanik Nath and Alka Raman
LSE Graduate Seminar Convenors


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