Events Archive

SSN Events Abstracts

2013

One Day Seminar: ‘Domestic Advice Literature and Histories of Home’

Histories of Home SSN fifth annual conference, ‘Home Intimacies’

2012

Looking at Marks in Time exhibition, M&S Archive

Looking at Marks in Time exhibition, M&S Archive, SSN Study visit to Leeds, 23 March 2012

SSN Leeds Study Visit to M&S Archive and Brotherton Library – Programme

SSN Leeds Study Visit to M&S Archive and Brotherton Library – Abstracts

Reading at Home Seminar ‘But my dear, What a Book!’

What’s Cooking – Food and Eating at Home Conference Programme

What’s cooking – Food and Eating at Home Conference Abstracts

Seminar ‘Crime Scenes & Case Files’ Sources for Studying Domestic Interiors

2011

Children at Home Conference Programme

Children at Home Conference Abstracts

Wellcome Library Study Visit Programme

2010

Multiple Belongings Conference Programme

Multiple Belongings Conference Abstracts

Engaging Audiences Programme

Children at Home Conference, March 2011

Engaging Audiences Conference Abstracts

2009

Home-work Symposium Programme

Home-work Symposium Abstracts

First Annual Conference Programme

First Annual Conference Abstracts

Mass Observation Archive Study Visit Programme

Mass Observation Archive Study Visit Abstracts

2008

Domestic Exposure Symposium Programme

Panel Discussion, Engaging Audiences Conference, February 2010

Domestic Exposure Symposium Abstracts:

Domestic Exposure Symposium Introduction

Patrizia di Bello Summary

Audrey Linkman Summary

Annebella Pollen Summary

Gillian Rose Summary

Penny Tinkler Summary

SSN Monthly Updates

2011

Multiple Belongings Conference, May 2010

May 2011

April 2011

March 2011

February 2011

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