Centre for Studies of Home
An interior with two ladies, oil on canvas, signed Trevor Haddon and dated 1880 or possibly 1886
The Centre for Studies of Home is a research partnership between Queen Mary, University of London, and The Geffrye Museum.
The centre's website is www.studiesofhome.qmul.ac.uk. To join the centre's mailing list and keep up-to-date with events and activities please email email@example.com
Studies of Home Seminar Series Programme 2018 - 2019
North American History Room, 2nd Floor, Institute of Historical Research, North Block, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Wednesdays at 5pm
|Wednesday 6 February 2019
|Mismatching clothes for home: Black Muslim women in Britain
Azeezat Johnson (Queen Mary University of London)
|Wednesday 6 March 2019
|Beds, boudoirs and bugs: getting comfortable in the country house bedroom, c.1750-1820
Jon Stobart (Manchester Metropolitan University)
|Wednesday 5 June 2019
||Gendered spaces? Dynasty and domesticity in the English country house, 1750-1850
Ruth Larsen (University of Derby)
Convenors: Alison Blunt (QMUL) and Sonia Solicari (The Geffrye Museum of the Home) – co-directors of the Centre for Studies of Home
Co-convenors: Victor Buchli (UCL), Jane Hamlett (RHUL) and Sara Pennell (Greenwich)
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Histories of Home Subject Specialist Network
Page from 'Designs for furniture and decorations for complete house furnishing', a catalogue for Hampton & Sons, 1892
Histories of Home is a Subject Specialist Network which brings together academics and heritage professionals engaged in the study of home and interpreting domestic spaces and collections to share new research and approaches.
Histories of home website is here: http://historiesofhomessn.wordpress.com/
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