The final conference program of the annual meeting of the International Adam Smith Society (IASS), to be held in Madison, Wisconsin from Oct. 15 to Oct. 17, has now been posted on the IASS website. (See below.) I will be presenting my work on “The Lost History of Adam Smith’s Private Life” — with a focus on Smith’s eventful year abroad in Paris (1766) — on Friday morning, October 15. In the meantime, feel free to read my March 2021 refereed paper “Adam Smith in Love.”
International Adam Smith Society
The final schedule for our upcoming 2021 conference in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin has been posted to the website. You can find it here. Please be sure to check your presentation dates, times, and roles as some have changed.
See you soon!
I will check it out. I get the impression your research will stand out at the conference. As the love life of Adam Smith previously appeared to be enigmatic.
Or what is more likely, given how revered Adam Smith among his accolades and how taboo this subject is for some, I might get kicked off the panel!
The man was a great thinker, but was also a mortal man ( meaning he was not infallible).
He wasn’t a monk. It’s important to separate people from their ideas.
It would not reflect very well upon IASS if you were booted from the panel. Then again, one man’s opinion.