Credit, Risk and Uncertainty in the Premodern World

Date / time
24 March, 4:30 pm - 6:15 pm


Credit, Risk and Uncertainty in the Premodern World

 

The next seminar of the Institute of Historical Research’s Partnership seminar series “Risk and Uncertainty in the Premodern World” will run online on Thursday 24 March, 16:30-18:15 London time. We are delighted to be hosting Ellen Nye and Gregory Smaldone for a seminar on “Credit, Risk and Uncertainty”.

Ellen Nye (Yale): Cartographies of Credit: Risk and Obligation between the Ottoman and English Empire, 1670-1720

Gregory Smaldone (Johns Hopkins): The Abricots Atelier: Rival Geographies and the Credit of Absolutism

All are welcome, but registration will be necessary in advance through the Institute of Historical Research’s website. The link can be found below (abstracts for the papers can also be found at this link):

https://www.history.ac.uk/events/credit-risk-and-uncertainty

Registration will close on Wednesday 23 March at 16:30 London time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the seminar convenors (riskseminar2021@gmail.com).