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Spanish Ministry for Science, Innovation and Universities, ‘Money in transformation: actors, processes and social effects of financial innovation’ (Professor Bernardo Batiz-Lazo with Professor Carles Maixe and Professor Matilde Masso, La Coruña) (2020–2023)

British Academy/ Leverhulme Trust, ‘Steam-power and the British industrial revolution, 1800–1870. The case of Suffolk’ (SRG2021\210419) (Dr Sean Bottomley) (2021–23)

UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship, ‘Migration, Adaptation, Innovation 1500-1800’ (MR/T043091/) (Dr Felicia Gottmann) (2021–25)

AHRC (UKRI), ‘On Behalf of the People: Work, Community and Class in the British Coal Industry, 1947–1994’ (AH/P007244/1) (Professor Andrew Perchard with Professor Keith Gildart, University of Wolverhampton) (2017–21)

British Academy/ Leverhulme Trust, ‘Business-Government Relations and the Rise of a Family Business Dynasty: The Reynolds Metals Company’ (SRG2021/210391) (Professor Andrew Perchard) (2021–23)

SSHRC, ‘Deindustrialization and the Politics of Our Time’ (Professor Andrew Perchard; Consortium led by Professor Steven High, Concordia University, with 24 co-investigators and partners in Western Europe and North America) (2020–27)

The collective run a highly successful seminar series. The co-convenors for this series are Dr Ian Jones and Ellie Charalambous. If you’re interested to find out more about the series, please email Ian Jones at

Members of the BHG are also founders and organisers of the online Business History Collective seminar series, the Financial History Network, Money in Transformation, and ReWOMEN.   

Members of the group work closely with many business, heritage, third sector and trade union groups and partners, including:

  • The Aluminium Federation
  • Big Pit Museum (Wales)
  • The Bowes Museum
  • Cooperative Heritage Trust
  • General Federation of Trade Unions
  • The German Museum of Technology, Berlin
  • National Coal Mining Museum for England
  • National Mining Museum Scotland
  • North East Chamber of Commerce
  • The Oriental Museum, Durham
  • Tyne & Wear Archives

News will be forthcoming in this area in due course.

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