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In this issue of Over the Counter: New Issues in Academic Journals, Readings, Interviews, and Resources from Across the Web.
New Issues in Academic Journals
Enterprise and Society's June issue (Vol 21(2), 2020) is available here.
The latest issue of Business History (Vol. 62, 2020) is online. Check out the TOC here.
The recently launched University of Pennsylvania Press academic journal Capitalism: A Journal of Economics and History just published its second volume. The journal's articles are available here.
The Economic History Review (Vol. 73(2), 2020) is available here
The latest articles (August) from the Scandinavian Economic History Review (Vol. 68(2) 2020) can be accessed here.
Volume 60(2) of the Australia Economic History Review has been published and is available online.
Readings, Interviews, and Resources from Across the Web
An interview with historian Caitlin Rosenthal on The Economic Historian (edited by Johnny Fulfer) was posted on August 3rd. Read it here: Capitalism, Slavery, and Power over Price. In a previous post on The Economic Historian, Eric Hilt wrote a brief review of Caitlin Rosenthal's contribution to the new journal Capitalism. Click here Slavery, Power and Cliometrics: A Brief Comment on Rosenthal to read it. Also, to read Eric Hilt's contribution to the second issue of Capitalism click here.
In the blog of the Economic History Society, The Long Run, some of the latest published posts are:
The Diaspora of a Diaspora: The Cassana and Rivarolo family network in the Atlantic, 1450-1530, by Andres Mesa, posted on August 17, 2020.
The Paradox of Redistribution in time. Social spending in 54 countries, 1967-2018, by Xabier García Fuente, also posted on August 17, 2020.
Settler capitalism: company colonisation and the rage for speculation, by Matthew Birchall, posted on August 10, 2020.
All these research contributions also have a link to their virtual presentations. For a schedule of the online seminars of the Economic History Society click here.
The BHC, in collaboration with scholars across the world, has made available two relevant bibliographies that have continued to grow in the past weeks. Check the references list and contribute your suggestions if you don't see them included:
Business history and race: A partial, open bibliography and Resources on the history of pandemics and COVID 19
Other selections of podcasts and interviews that might be of interest are:
Remembrance of Economic Crises Past, posted on July 8th, 2020, on disasters and their impact on the economy.
I Am Because We Are: Black Management History with Dr. Leon Prieto & Dr. Simone Phipps, on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
And the following resources and interviews by the Hagley Library and Museum:
-Latest post from the series Hagley From Home- Robert Smalls
-Two interviews by Roger Horowitz