The Economic History Association is looking for an Executive Director for a five-year term beginning in the fall of 2017.  The Executive Director keeps the Association’s records, oversees its elections, prepares reports and carries on correspondence for its committees and board of trustees, and serves as liaison with the press that publishes the Journal of Economic History. The Executive Director also serves as the Association’s treasurer, manages its membership, and serves ex officio on standing committees.  Applications should be sent to Philip Hoffman, the chair of the EHA committee on administration, at, no later than March 1, 2016.