Home-making and domestic practice seminar series
Wednesdays from 5.30pm, Institute of Historical Research
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
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://email@example.com.
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.