Centre for Design History


June 2024

Report | Visiting Research Fellow – Nushelle de Silva

Dr Nushelle de Silva (She/her) received her PhD in architectural history from MIT. She is an Assistant Professor in Art History at Fordham University, US. Her research examines architecture’s infrastructural role in mediating the movement of people, objects, and ideas,… Continue Reading →

Conference | 29 June 2024 Tailoring for Women: Theory and Method

Join us for the online conference Tailoring for Women: Theory and Method 29 June, 2024 10:00-16.30 BST | Online We are excited to invite you to our 2024 conference which will bring together speakers presenting innovative theories and methods for… Continue Reading →

Event | 22 June 2024 – ACORSO European Museum Research Day

University of Brighton ACORSO Research Interest Group Tailoring for Women will be organising the Museum Research Day as part of the Appearances, Bodies and Societies Research Interest Group (GIS-Acorso)  22 June, 2024 11:00 am to 15:45 pm | Online The… Continue Reading →

Event | 21 June 2024 – Redressing Histories Workshop, Fashion and Dress History

The Fashion and Dress History strand of CDH (led by Suzanne Rowland, Charlotte Nicklas, Veronica Isaac, and Aurore Damoiseaux) invites you to join them for their upcoming study day. 11am-4pm, Hellerup Stairs and Design Lab (111), Mithras House This in-person… Continue Reading →

PGR Success | Anika Shaikh awarded the Paul Mellon Centre’s Research Support Grant

Anika Shaikh, a first-year Doctoral Researcher in the History of Design, recently cleared the spring round of Paul Mellon Centre’s (PMC) Research Support Grant. With an award of up to £2,000 contributing towards research expenses involved in museum and archive… Continue Reading →

Publishing after your PhD | A Conversation between two Post-Doctoral Visiting Researchers

Join Post-Doctoral Visiting Researchers Dr Frances Casey and Dr Johanna Lance to hear them share their experiences of publishing after their PhD. 1pm, 14 June 2024 on Teams All PhD students as well as recent doctoral graduates are welcome Dr… Continue Reading →

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