Jews, Europe, and the business of culture
A new special issue of the journal Jewish Culture and History focuses on the intersection between Business history and Jewish studies. As pointed out by guest editors Benito Peix Geldart, Maja Hultman and Anders Houltz in the Introduction, the five included articles discuss different expressions of Jewish entrepreneurship and economic activities, and their effects and constraints, in modern Europe.
Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s, part III: Industrial heritage in the contemporary city
The role of industrial heritage in the contemporary city was in focus when the research network Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s conducted its third and final international workshop, in Gothenburg on 10-12 November 2022.
Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s, part II: Citizens, communities and cultural heritage organizations
The Nordic-Baltic research network Nordic Industrial Heritage Culture in the 2020s, funded by NOS-HS, organized the second in a series of three workshops in Tampere/Tammerfors, Finland, under the theme: Citizens, societies, and memory organizations, March 24-26 2022.
Business and coronavirus: Our real-time documenting project continues
Since March 2020, the Centre for Business History has been running the project “Business history and COVID-19” which documents how the COVID-19 crisis has affected the Swedish business. This is a status report for the project, in February 2021, almost a year into it.