Amanda Bailey and Ted Leinwand Present at Cambridge University's Centre for Research in the Arts Colloquium on "Change and Exchange"

May 4, 2016

Amanda Bailey and Ted Leinwand presented at Cambridge University's Centre for Research in the Arts two-day colloquium on "Change and Exchange" (April 29-April 30), which explored the relation between economic thinking and practices on the one hand, and the calculus of emotional and imaginative lives on the other in the early modern period. Keep reading to learn more.

Day 1 of the colloquium concentrated on economies of transformation across theology, law, literature and the aesthetics of representation; Day 2 focused on the cross-overs between the technologies of change in the market-place, and transactions in the sphere of cultural production.  Amanda Bailey gave a talk entitled "Weak Sovereignty and Sympathetic Economies" and Ted Leinwand, as the respondent, led the round table discussion concluding the colloquium.