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Graduate Student Travel Subsidies

Graduate students who are planning to attend the EHA conference are eligible for travel subsidies funded by donations to the EHA Graduate Student Initiative. If you are a graduate student who is on the program, you are eligible for travel subsidies for airfare, mileage, train, taxi, and other transportation costs to and from the meeting. […]

Congratulations to the 2023 EHA Grant and Fellowship Recipients

Each year the Economic History Association awards numerous grants and fellowships to deserving young scholars. Additionally, Cambridge University Press has made a generous donation to help the EHA endow one of the Dissertation Fellowships and two of the Early-Stage Dissertation Grants. The 2023 recipients are: Arthur H. Cole Grant in Aid for Post-Doctoral ResearchChristopher Absell, University […]

2022 Prizes Awarded at Annual Meeting

The Economic History Association announced the 2022 prize winners at this year’s Annual Meeting in La Crosse, WI. Jingyi Huang, Harvard University and Brandeis University, received the Allan Nevins Prize for the Best Dissertation in U.S. or Canadian Economic History, for the dissertation “The Impact of Innovation, Regulation, and Market Power on Economic Development: Evidence […]

2022 Poster Session

Location: Ballroom Foyer Times: Friday 12:45-5:00pm; Saturday 8:30am-5:15pm Note: Graduate student posters will be available in the Ballroom Foyer most of the day Friday and all-day Saturday. Please visit and discuss these posters with the students. Students will be present for discussion during breaks throughout the program. Posters will not be available virtually, but we […]

Congratulations to the 2022 EHA Grants and Fellowship Winners

Each year the Economic History Association awards numerous grants and fellowships to deserving young scholars. Additionally, Cambridge University Press has made a generous donation to help the EHA endow one of the Dissertation Fellowships and two of the Pre-Dissertation Exploratory Grants. The 2022 awardees are: Arthur H. Cole Grant in Aid for Post-Doctoral Research: Michael Andrews, […]

2021 Prizes Awarded at Annual Meeting

The Economic History Association announced the 2021 prize winners at this year’s Annual Meeting in Tucson, AZ. Brian Marein, University of Toronto, received the Allan Nevins Prize for the Best Dissertation in U.S. or Canadian Economic History, for his dissertation “The Economic Development of Puerto Rico after United States Annexation”, completed at University of Colorado. […]

Program

81st Annual Economic History Association Meeting October 29-31, 2021 Hilton El Conquistador Resort Tucson, Arizona Program Overview Please Click Here for the PDF Program The PDF program contains all Zoom links. Passwords are emailed only to registered attendees. NOTE: If you have registered as a virtual attendee and have not received the password, please check […]

Poster Session

2021 EHA Annual Meeting – Tucson, Arizona – October 29-31 Poster Session Location: Turquoise III Times: Friday 12:45-5:00pm; Saturday 8:30am-5:15pm Note: Graduate student posters will be available in Turquoise III most of the day Friday and all-day Saturday. Please visit and discuss these posters with the students. Students will be present for discussion during breaks […]

2020 Prizes Awarded at Annual Meeting

The Economic History Association announced the 2020 prize winners at this year’s Annual Meeting (Virtual). Sarah Quincy, Vanderbilt University, received the Allan Nevins Prize for the Best Dissertation in U.S. or Canadian Economic History, for her dissertation “Back to Good Times: The Real Effects of Credit in Great-Depression California, completed at University of California, Davis. […]