On Monday, October 1, Queen’s University will hold a talk entitled “In Praise of Sir John A Macdonald: Historical icon meets the PC brigade”. Speakers will be Conrad Black, presently a columnist with the National Post, and Joe Martin, Professor of Business History at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto and President of
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James Hull of University of British Columbia reviews the book Buying Happiness: The Emergence of Consumer Consciousness in English Canada by Bettina Liverant and published by University of British Columbia Press (2018). Read the book review HERE.
The book Making Managers in Canada, 1945-1995: Companies, Community Colleges, and Universities (Routlege) by CBHA/ACHA member Professor Jason Russell is now available for preview and ordering in the Member’s Books section. To see more details on this book, and review the complete list of all member’s books available for review and
Join us for a Reception and Book Launch for: Becoming 150: 150 Years of Canadian Business History and From Wall Street to Bay Street: The Origins and Evolution of American and Canadian Finance Author talks and special guests Tuesday September 18th, 2018 Massey College, University of Toronto 4 Devonshire Place,
Join us for a reception and dual book launch of Becoming 150: 150 Years of Canadian Business History and From Wall Street To Bay Street: The Origins and Evolution of American and Canadian Finance Author Talks and Special Guests Tuesday September 18th, 2018 Massey College 4 Devonshire Place, Toronto
Emily Buchnea of Northumbria University reviews the book Anthropologists in the Stock Exchange: A Financial History of Victorian Science by Mark Flandreau and published by University of Chicago Press (2016). Read the book review HERE.
Two new book reviews have been added to the CBHA/ACHA Book Review section: Tim Kennish of Toronto reviews the book Breakdown: The Inside Story of the Rise and Fall of Heenan Blaikie by Norman Bacal and published by Barlow Press (2017). Douglas McCalla of University of Guelph reviews the book Law, Debt,
Stephen Salmon writes: In the current issue of The Prospectus, we are able for the first time to present two book reviews. The reviews below discuss works which might be considered legal-business history. Long ago in graduate school I learned the obvious historical truth that nothing beats a complicated lawsuit for
Amir Lavie of the University of Toronto reviews the book The Information Nexus: Global Capitalism from the Renaissance to the Present by Steven G. Marks and published by Cambridge University Press (2016). Read the book review HERE.
The Cape Breton University (CBU) is currently has an opening for a tenured faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor in business history, with a focus on the broad history of capitalism. The search committee will rank very highly candidates who demonstrate flexibility and range in their secondary area of