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Kathryn Brown on art markets and financialisation In this episode, Matthew is joined by Kathryn Brown, Senior Lecturer in Art History and Visual Culture at Loughborough University. They discuss how the development of art markets in the twentieth century displayed particular forms of financialisation; what art markets can reveal about...

In the latest episode of the Cultural Life of Money and Finance podcast, Mark Davis is joined by Leigh Claire La Berge, Assistant Professor of English at Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York, about opportunities for arts and humanities to engage with money and finance through...

In the latest episode of the Cultural Life of Money and Finance podcast, Matthew Treherne is joined by Kat Baxter, Curator of Archaeology and Numismatics at Leeds Museums and Galleries (https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/). They discuss Kat’s work on a forthcoming exhibition, scheduled for February 2022 in Leeds City Museum, called Money Talks....

We would like to invite researchers with a research interest in money and finance to take part in our project, which is supported through the Leeds Arts and Humanities Research Institute’s Sadler Series. The project website is at https://culturallifeofmoney.leeds.ac.uk/. We are aiming to explore the ways in which the arts...

In the third episode of the Cultural Life of Money and Finance Podcast, Rachel Muers is joined by Kathryn Tanner, Frederick Marquand Professor of Divinity and Professor of Religious Studies at Yale University, and author of Christianity and the New Spirit of Capitalism (Yale, 2019). We discuss how finance-dominated capitalism...

Our podcast series has been launched, with four episodes discussing our creative collaboration with arts studio Invisible Flock; Christianity and finance-dominated capitalism; Icelandic cultural responses to the 2008 crisis; and Dante, late-medieval banking and twenty-first-century financialisation. The podcast episodes are available on our project website, as well as on Spotify,...

In an age of digital finance, what can we learn from physical money about how cultures and societies have understood money, the purpose of finance, and its place in the world? In this workshop, we explore some of the items in the University of Leeds Special Collections coins and money...