National Hispanic Cultural Center and
University of New Mexico present
January 30-31, 2021
The Past, Present, and Future of Money
The National Hispanic Cultural Center and the University of New Mexico
A free series of roundtable discussions, workshops, family activities, and a curated exhibit that explore the past, present and future of money and its cultural and practical significance in contemporary life. January 30-31, 2021.
10 AM (MST): SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2021
History of Money 1: The Era of Global Uncertainty
Scholars of globalization have called this century, the “Era of Global Uncertainty." As populations and problems emerge and shift across the world, it is increasingly important to discuss what will be the forces for change in society and our economy. In our first in a series of moderated conversations, Drs. Manuel Montoya and Reilly White will ask UNM Professor of Economics Matias Fontenla to explore the functions of money and the role that money will play in this evolving century.
Panelists: Matias Fontenla, Dr. Manuel Montoya, Dr. Reilly White