What is the Tony Slaven Doctoral Workshop?

The Association of Business Historians Tony Slaven Doctoral Workshop in Business History

Named after one of the key founders of the Association of Business Historians and a distinguished international business historian, the aim of the Tony Slaven Doctoral Workshop is to further the future growth and development of the discipline of business history by supporting doctoral scholars to attend and present their work at the Association’s Tony Slaven Doctoral Workshop. Each year £2,000 will be made available through the Francesca Carnevali grant and all Tony Slaven Doctoral Workshop presenters will be entitled to apply for this grant up to a maximum of £200 towards their expenses. The grants are designed to help these emerging scholars meet their travel, accommodation and registration costs of attending the workshop. A call for the Slaven Doctoral Workshop will be issued annually. The annual Call for Papers for the Slaven Doctoral Workshop will be issued annually.