Find out about events relevant to the activities of the Centre for Economic Cultures.
Recent and upcoming events
6-7 July 2023, The University of Manchester
Conference, Odious Investment: How Finance Creates, Shapes, and Sustains Global Inequalities. Funded by the Hallsworth conference grant. A draft program and abstracts available soon.
8-9 June, 2023, The University of Manchester
Workshop, Archives of Economic Life: A Researching Event for Historians of Capitalism and Corporate Archivists.
25-27 January 2023, The University of Ibadan, University of Manchester, and online
British Academy Writing Workshop - Rethinking Development in Nigeria: Economic History, Ideas, Policies, organised by Prof Olutayo Adesina and Dr Gerardo Serra. Click for PROGRAM.
7 November, 2022 Manchester
“What can we learn from history?” ESRC Festival of Social Science
31 May-1 June 2022, The University of Manchester
Intimacy and Histories of Economic Life Workshop
18 November 2021, The University of Manchester (online)
Department of History Resarch Seminar, Asst. Professor Tehila Sasson (Emory), ‘The Solidarity Economy: Markets and Morals at the End of Empire’
9 November 2021, The University of Manchester
Member Book Launch! Online: Edmond Smith's Merchants: The Community that Shaped England's Trade and Empire, 1550-1650 (Yale University Press, 2021)
15 October 2021, The University of Manchester
Monetary Policy in Historical Perspective, an international conference organized by Dr Nuno Palma and Dr Stefano Locatelli
17 June 2021, MEMBER BOOK LAUNCH! (online)
Watch Dr Alexia Yates launch her Cambridge Element "Real Estate and Global Urban History"
20 May 2021, The University of Manchester (online)
Intimacies and Histories of Economic Life, an online discussion
3 March 2021, Future Everything (online)
Future Focus: Money and the Environment II (with links to the entire series, organized in part by Ismail Ertürk)
18 February 2021, The University of Manchester (online)
Department of History Research Seminar, Professor Anne Murphy (University of Hertfordshire) 'Embracing change: 'economical reform' at the 18th-century Bank of England'
23 November 2019, The University of Manchester
Economic History Society Women’s Committee 30th Annual Workshop - ‘Negotiating empire: women, economic practice and colonialism'
17 June 2019, The University of Manchester
Workshop - Living on the Edge: Borderlands past and present
A workshop affiliated with the British Academy project 'Living on the Edge: Experiences and Responses to Europe's Changing Borderlands'
17-18 December 2018, University of Copenhagen
Religion, Economy, and Value: Histories of Religious Fundraising workshop (sponsored by University of Manchester School of Arts Languages and Cultures Research Fund, Independent Research Fund, Denmark and EU)
8 December 2018, The University of Manchester
Hidden Agencies: Economists and Political Economy under Authoritarian Rule
View the event programme (PDF, 327KB)
5 December 2018, The University of Manchester
Methodologies for Comparative and Connected Global History. Registration is via Eventbrite. Organised by The Northern Cluster for Global and Transcultural Studies, 1450-1750.
31 October 2018, The University of Manchester
CIDRAL Key Ideas Seminar: Creative Economy
11 June 2018, Manchester Central Library
Capitalism and its discontents (Part of Manchester Histories Festival)
11 May 2018, The University of Manchester
Trust in FinTech?: Disruption, Distribution, and Power in Finance and Technology
1 May 2018, The University of Manchester
Marx Matters - What can we learn from Marx in 2018? (Sponsored by CIDRAL)
1 February 2018, Whitworth Art Gallery
Time, Economy and Everyday Life: reflections on Raqs Media Collective's Twilight Language
17 May 2017, The University of Manchester
Economic Lives workshop (Sponsored by SALC Network Fund)
11-13 May 2017, The University of Manchester
The Road to Wealth international conference (Sponsored by Hallsworth Conference Fund)