University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
April 25-26, 2014
Even though debate continues over the precise time and place capitalism began, the abstraction of capital in a market economy clearly has a human beginning, one tied to modern historical and global forms and networks of production. But what are the parameters and limits of this human, global, economic/social system? This spring, the Center for International Education’s annual conference investigates questions about capitalism’s history, utility, transformations, and possible end.
For more information about the conference, please contact Eric Herhuth at email@example.com
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