On and Off Crusoe’s Island: Valuing Gold in Britain, 1780-1850 — European History & Politics Workshop


Date: Oct 02, 2017

Please note that these workshops are by invitation only. If you are interested in attending, please contact Noelle Turner <nt2434@columbia.edu> and David Lerer <ds122160@columbia.edu> for access to the papers.


Timothy Alborn, Professor of History, CUNY Graduate Center and Lehman College

“On and Off Crusoe’s Island: Valuing Gold in Britain, 1780-1850”

This is part of the European History & Politics Workshop, supported by the European Institute at Columbia University.

The workshop will meet on select Mondays over the course of the academic year at Columbia University (Philosophy 302) from 12:30-2:00pm. Participants will discuss pre-circulated work-in-progress over a light lunch. For more information and access to the papers, please contact Noelle Turner <nt2434@columbia.edu> and David Lerer <ds122160@columbia.edu>.

Date: Oct 02, 2017

Please note that these workshops are by invitation only. If you are interested in attending, please contact Noelle Turner <nt2434@columbia.edu> and David Lerer <ds122160@columbia.edu> for access to the papers.


Timothy Alborn, Professor of History, CUNY Graduate Center and Lehman College

“On and Off Crusoe’s Island: Valuing Gold in Britain, 1780-1850”

This is part of the European History & Politics Workshop, supported by the European Institute at Columbia University.

The workshop will meet on select Mondays over the course of the academic year at Columbia University (Philosophy 302) from 12:30-2:00pm. Participants will discuss pre-circulated work-in-progress over a light lunch. For more information and access to the papers, please contact Noelle Turner <nt2434@columbia.edu> and David Lerer <ds122160@columbia.edu>.

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