Women in Business History
How has the role of female scholars evolved in the field of business history? Mary Yaeger (University of California at Berkeley), past president of the Business History Conference, has been promoting the participation of women in the organization and in the field. In the following video, she provides us with a wonderful account of the increasing importance of women as business historians and the implications this has.
More on Mary Yaeger
A bibliography of works authored by Mary Yaeger
A bibliography of works authored by Mary Yaeger:
Yaeger, Mary (Ed.) (1999), Women in Business. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (3 volumes)
Yaeger, Mary (2017), “Ellen Fitzpatrick, The Highest Glass Ceiling: Women’s Quest for the American Presidency,” Business History Review, 91(4): 809-813
Yaeger, Mary (2015), “Women Change Everything,” Enterprise and Society, 16(4): 744-769.
Yaeger, Mary (2001), “Mavericks and Mavens of Business History: Miriam Beard and Henrietta Larson,” Enterprise and Society, 2(4): 687-768.