Reclaiming the Tax: Foregrounding the Public Covenant

By Maxximilian Seijo, a graduate student in the Humanities & Cultural Studies Department at the University of South Florida. On November 15th, 2017, Paul Ryan spoke on the House floor in support of the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act. He said: I want to especially thank Senator Patty Murray for her willingness to work together … More Reclaiming the Tax: Foregrounding the Public Covenant

Call for Chapters – Geobanking in the world-system: links between States’ geopolitical strategies, finance & globalization

Analyses of the financial system from various disciplines has yet to fully explore the connections between the geopolitical and geoeconomic discourses shaping States’ public finance and foreign policy, the role and localization of financial institutions and the evolution of international patterns of firms. Such topics are becoming increasingly relevant, as evidenced in a speech held … More Call for Chapters – Geobanking in the world-system: links between States’ geopolitical strategies, finance & globalization

Call For Papers: Money on the Left – Word, Image, & Praxis

Location: University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida) Date: March 9, 2018 Hosts: Scott Ferguson & William Saas Sponsors: Modern Money Network: Humanities Division Co-Sponsors: Modern Money Network, Department of Humanities & Cultural Studies (University of South Florida), Binzagr Institute for Sustainable Prosperity Submit proposals (250-word abstract, brief bio, and CV) to sferguson@usf.edu by January 15, … More Call For Papers: Money on the Left – Word, Image, & Praxis

The Real Economic Consequences of Martin Luther

By Brendan Cook, Instructor, Department of Humanities & Cultural Studies, University of South Florida, and Scott Ferguson, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities & Cultural Studies, University of South Florida & Research Scholar, Binzagr Institute for Sustainable Prosperity. Both authors are founding members of the Modern Money Network: Humanities Division. Lo, Christ is never strong in … More The Real Economic Consequences of Martin Luther