October 2021 (Update) -- The next colloquium will take place from 8-10 June 2022 at the Moore Institute (National University of Ireland, Galway). The meeting, organized by Anne Murphy, Charles Larkin, and Natalie Roxburgh, will mainly feature papers planned for the 2020 event (which was cancelled). An updated list of contributions for the 2022 event will be made available at the end of 2021 / beginning of 2022.

Money, Power and Print is an association of scholars interested in interdisciplinary studies of contemporary attitudes toward the Financial Revolution in early-modern Britain, specifically focusing on the rise of banks, paper money, joint-stock corporations, stock markets, and public credit. The group is committed to interdisciplinary discussion (as free as possible from the use of jargon) for an understanding of contemporary contexts. The association's focal point is a series of biennial colloquia.

The last meeting took place place from 7-9 June 2018 in Siegen, Germany, and was organized by Natalie Roxburgh (University of Siegen), Felix Sprang (University of Siegen), and Anne Murphy (University of Hertfordshire). This event's aim was to reassess our understanding of the Financial Revolution by incorporating more perspectives from Continental Europe, and it was titled "Reassessing the Financial Revolution."

For questions about MPP, or to be put on our email list, drop Natalie Roxburgh a line.