Not to be missed: CfP with approaching deadlines between January 5 - January 25 [4 items]

The following Calls for Papers for annual meetings have approaching deadlines.

Coming up early in 2019 is the CfP deadline to attend NYUAD's (New York University Abu Dhabi) Workshop on Historical Political Economy. This workshop will be held in Abu Dabi, United Arab Emirates, on March 15-17, 2019. January 7th is the deadline to submit a proposal to attend a meeting that, as the conference organizers say, "aims to bring together scholars that use historical data to answer research questions in political economy, broadly defined." 

Also soon (January 11th) is the deadline to submit proposals (in English, Portuguese, or Spanish) to participate at the Third Summer School on the History of Economic Thought in Latin America (HESSLA-III). The event will take place at the Facultad de Económicas (Economics) of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), February 13-16, 2019. From the event's website: "The topic of the school will once again bring together graduate students and young researchers selected to present their research in progress...[and] relevant specialists in the of the history of economic thought in Latin America will also be invited." 

The theme for the Association of Business Historians meeting in Sheffield Hallam University next July 4-6, 2019, is 'Business Transformation in an Uncertain World.' For your paper or session to be considered, please upload your proposal before January 21st in this portalHere you can find more detailed information about the theme and the conference.

Reposting the 'Uses of the Past in International Business History' Call for Papers. The conference will be held at St. Hilda's College, Oxford, Great Britain, on May 9-10, 2019. Submissions need to be in by January 25 to be considered.