Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Program Available: “Muck and Brass”

On November 10, 2012, the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies will host a one-day colloquium titled "Muck and Brass: Money and Finance in Victorian Britain." Co-convened by Dr. Rosemary Mitchell (Leeds Trinity University College) and Dr. Donna Loftus (Open University), the event is designed "to encourage cross-disciplinary dialogue between literary scholars and social, economic, and cultural historians and to showcase interdisciplinary research into the economic and financial cultures of Victorian Britain." The keynote speakers will be Professor Ranald Michie (University of Durham) and Professor Janette Rutterford (Open University). The preliminary program is now available.
   Those wishing to attend must register by October 29, using the form attached to the program document. Please see the colloquium website for complete information.