Monthly seminar series on home-making and domestic practice

Home-making and domestic practice seminar series

Wednesdays from 5.30pm, Institute of Historical Research

A new monthly seminar series on Histories of Home will begin in October at the Institute of Historical Research on Wednesdays at 5.30.
The first seminar will begiven by Robyn Dowling (Macquarie University) on Wednesday 12 October on Practices of inhabitance in large houses: comfort, privacy and status in Sydney, Australia.
The second seminar in the series will take place on Wednesday 9 November – Trevor Keeble (Kingston University) will give a talk on Living in the past: Acquisition and display in late nineteenth century home-making.
Download the programme for the year: CSH seminar programme 2011, or visit the seminar webpage for more information.

For more information, please email studiesofhome@qmul.ac.uk or visit http://www.studiesofhome@qmul.ac.uk.

Convenors: Alison Blunt (Queen Mary, University of London) and Eleanor John (The Geffrye Museum of the Home)
Co-convenors: Victor Buchli (UCL), Ayona Datta (LSE), Jane Hamlett (RHUL), Sara Pennell (Roehampton) and Paru Raman (SOAS)
Funding: We are grateful to The Geffrye Museum of the Home, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, SOAS, UCL and the IHR for supporting this series.

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