The #BHC2022MexicoCity and #BHC2022online program is now available. On April 6 participants will be able to attend virtual workshops and April 7 and 8 there will be concurrent sessions running from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm (all times are Mexico Daylight Time). The final day of the 2022 Business History Conference April 9 will focus on in-person activities at the Hotel Maria Isabel in the heart of Mexico City. These include conventional events, such as the Krooss Prize Session and the Prize Ceremony. Some of these events will be hybrid and online registrants will be able to attend them from their computers.
The full program can be accessed here: https://thebhc.org/meeting-program/35684
You may register by selecting a full registration ticket or an online registration ticket here: https://thebhc.org/annual-meeting-registration
Please share the word, this is the most international program the Business History Conference has organized so far with participants representing more than 200 universities around the world. The broad range of topics is also impressive, from sessions on women in the world of finance to the history of business education around the world.