The Frontier Research in Economic and Social History (FRESH) organizers are pleased to announce that at the recent European Historical Economics Society (EHES) trustees meeting on March 29, 2014 it was decided to incorporate FRESH within the EHES. FRESH will continue to be supported by and administered from the University of Southern Denmark and the Historical Economics and Development Group (HEDG), but we believe that becoming an initiative of the EHES gives us the solid academic backing we need to continue promoting economic history and the FRESH workshop format around the world. Moreover, the EHES has generously offered to fund each FRESH meeting, so that we can offer some limited financial support to junior scholars who wish to attend, enabling even more to benefit from the high international standards of our workshops.
For more information about FRESH meetings, please visit the FRESH website at http://www.sdu.dk/en/ivoe/fresh
Would you like to organize a FRESH meeting?
FRESH meetings have no permanent venue but take place at any institution around the world where there is an interest in having the FRESH meeting. Hosting institutions will be asked to provide a venue, including electronic equipment, and lunch and dinner for the meeting participants (usually 10-15). If you would like to organize a FRESH meeting at your institution, please contact the meeting organizers (contact details on the FRESH website: www.sdu.dk/en/ivoe/fresh).
Would you like to keep updated on FRESH activities?
There are two ways to sign up for updates on our activities. You can either ‘like’ FRESH on our facebook page (www.facebook.com/freshmeetings), or you can subscribe to eh.news at eh.net.
From the FRESH organizers: Rowena Gray, Paul Sharp and Martin Uebele