Thursday, November 11 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Session 47
The Premodern History of Money in Global Perspective

Chair: Christine Desan, Harvard Law School
Discussant: Federico Marcon, Princeton

1. Sarrafs, Mints, and the East India Company’s Monetary Reforms 1800 - 1835Shweta Banerjee , University of Toronto.

2. No Silver Lining Here: Mining and Mistrust in Japanese-Spanish Correspondence, 1600-1620Joshua Batts, University of Cambridge.

3. Money Becomes the Revolution: Capitalism and Exchange-Led Transformation in the Early United StatesAndrew Edwards, University of Oxford.

4. Money on Trial: Competing Notions of Value in the Ottoman Empire c. 1700Ellen Nye, Yale.

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