Thinking the Future of Money in the Humanities

What is the future of money, and how can research in the arts and humanities help us to see towards that future? This project gathers researchers who are asking questions about the cultural and societal life of money – in religion, in history, in the arts, in cross-cultural contexts, in relation to larger frameworks of value and meaning – and brings their insights to bear on questions of the future of money. By exploring alternative meanings and representations of money from the past and from across cultures, we will uncover new resources for rethinking and reimagining money at this time of rapid changes

Professor Rachel Muers is the leading investigator of the research project.

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