It was a great pleasure to be invited to talk about our AHRC project and user perspectives on digital archives with the Digital Archives Learning Exchange (DALE), hosted by The National Archives (TNA). The event focused on how to integrate digital archives into existing archival practice and featured talks by Rosie Vizor (The Garden Museum), David Underdown (TNA) and me (Stephanie Decker, University of Bristol). The recording can found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHD9mAkzx3M
Past CBHA/ACHA Talks
Now Available for Viewing
on CBHA/ACHA YouTube Channel
Unmaking the Made Beaver: Money and Monopoly in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Fur Trade.
The Historical Anniversaries of the Hudson’s Bay Company and the Province of Manitoba
The History of Coffee, Cannabis, and Alcohol: From Stigmatized to Normalized
The Price of Gold – Lessons From Previous Price Cycles
View the presentations HERE.
I’m very pleased to share a talk by Michael Weatherburn (Imperial) that he gave last year at the University of Bristol School of Management on “Taylorism, Generations and Historical Reflexivity in Management Scholarship”.
We have another update on our AHRC-funded research project on Email Archives, as we presented our work with an excellent group of UK and Irish scholars and professionals focusing on AI & Archives.
For more information on AURA and their events follow this link.
As part of our AHRC-funded collaborative research project on “Historicising the dot.com boom and contextualising email archives”, we have recorded an introduction to our project and its aims. In case you are interested, you can find the presentation here.
What can I say, with the second lockdown in the UK comes more up-skilling…
If you’d like to read the full article, it is available open access here:
Decker, S., Estrin, S., & Mickiewicz, T. (2020). The tangled historical roots of entrepreneurial growth aspirations. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. https://doi.org/10.1002/sej.1348
If you are preparing video or visual abstract of management & organization history books, articles, chapters or presentations, let us know and we can post them via OHN for you!
With thanks to Andrew Smith of The Past Speaks to alerting me to this interesting YouTube video.
Prof Bill Cooke talks about my management history matters, and how it allows present day phenomena to be put into a general context.