CFP: “Muck and Brass: Money and Finance in Victorian Britain,”

3 07 2012

“Muck and Brass: Money and Finance in Victorian Britain,” a collaborative event sponsored by the British Association for Victorian Studies, the Economic History Society, and the Social History Society, will be hosted by the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies on November 10, 2012.

   Papers from social, cultural, and economic historians and literary scholars on most aspects of Victorian finance, commercialism, economic activity, materialism, and money will be welcome. For a complete list of suggested themes, please see the full call for papers.

   Keynote speakers will be Ranald Michie and Jannette Rutterford.

  Those interesting in presenting papers should send an abstract of 250-300 words to Donna Loftus (d.loftus@open.ac.uk) and Rosemary Mitchell (r.mitchell@leedstrinity.ac.uk) by July 13, 2012.

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