Cultures of Credit: Interdisciplinary and Comparative Perspectives on Financial Exclusion

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A one-day workshop on the theme of financial exclusion, exploring how different cultures of credit are linked to specific social identities of class, gender, ethnicity. The ‘Cultures of Credit’ White Rose Interdisciplinary Research Network was created to consider cultures of personal credit in comparative and interdisciplinary perspective. It brings together complementary expertise across a wide range of disciplines at the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York, including (but not limited to): sociology, law, economics, politics, geography, management, social history. The network is funded by the White Rose Doctoral Training Centre and particularly encourages participation by doctoral and post-doctoral researchers alongside established academics.
Period22 Apr 2016
Event typeWorkshop
LocationLeeds, United KingdomShow on map


  • financialisation