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New resource available: Business history and race: a partial, open bibliography

Business history and race: a partial, open bibliography

The Business History Conference is working to facilitate the creation of a bibliography of scholarly work on race and business history. We hope that the bibliography will serve as a resource for those seeking to create more inclusive syllabi and understand the historical context for our present moment of reckoning with structural racism in the United States and across the globe. The bibliography is crowdsourced and draws on the collective expertise of the BHC membership.

The BHC wishes to expand the list of references already curated and invites your contributions to the bibliography (The current list of references contains 154 titles).

  • Submit your suggestions by (a) emailing additional references to Anne Fleming of the BHC Electronic Media Oversight Committee <acf80 at law.georgetown.ed> or BHC Web Editor Paula de la Cruz-Fernandez <padelacruzf at gmail.com>, (b) tweeting titles to @TheBHCNews or (c) adding it to the Zotero Group Bibliography Business history and race: a partial, open bibliography (send your Zotero username to Paula de la Cruz-Fernandez <padelacruzf at gmail.com> to become a member of the Group)

The BHC website will host a stable, regularly updated version of the bibliography that can be copied. The list can also be exported through Zotero.org (no need to log in) and added to the reference manager of your choice or curated following a specific reference style:

Instructions:

1. Visit the on Zotero Group Bibliography: Business history and race: a partial, open bibliography, and select ‘Group Library.’




2. Select the references needed.




3. On the first row right above the titles, select the output symbol to create an export file, or select the library symbol to generate a bibliography using your preferred citing style.



If you have any comments, questions, concerns, or difficulties accessing the bibliography, please reach out to either Anne Fleming of the BHC Electronic Media Oversight Committee <acf80 at law.georgetown.ed> or BHC Web Editor Paula de la Cruz-Fernandez <padelacruzf at gmail.com>.  Your contributions to this collective effort are greatly appreciated.

The Business History Conference

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