How was money understood in the nineteenth century? in its global context? by laborers? How did the ideation of money evolve around and through art, music, architecture, race, nation, and empire? How did the stories told about money influence people and practices? What role do myths play in comprehending money? How were relations between people mediated by narratives of money? relations between nations? We invite papers and panel proposals concerning any aspect of money/myth during the long nineteenth century.
Abstracts (250 words) for 20 minute papers, authorís name and paper title in heading, with one page c.v. by September 15, 2010: Marlene Tromp, Program Chair, email@example.com
Graduate students whose proposals are accepted can at that point submit a full-length version of the paper to compete for a travel grant to help cover transportation and lodging expenses.
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