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Annebella Pollen

Opportunity: Funded AHRC Technē PhD Studentships, Centre for Design History

The Centre for Design History (CDH) at the University of Brighton invites applications for AHRC Technē fully-funded doctoral studentships, commencing October 2022. CDH examines the production and consumption of visual and material culture – images and things – in their… Continue Reading →

Opportunity: Student Social Media Assistant, Centre for Design History

The Centre for Design History (CDH) seeks to appoint a student as a Social Media Assistant who will help us to build our social media presence to enhance our profile, reach new audiences, develop new partnerships and capture our research… Continue Reading →

Opportunity: Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellowship, Centre for Design History

The Centre for Design History (CDH) at the University of Brighton invites applications for a Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellow (VRF) to spend time at the Centre to pursue their research within CDH’s themes. CDH examines the production and consumption of… Continue Reading →

Opportunity: Funded International Visiting Research Fellowship, Centre for Design History

The Centre for Design History (CDH) at the University of Brighton invites applications for a funded International Visiting Research Fellow (VRF) to spend time at the Centre in the spring semester of 2022 to pursue their research within CDH’s themes… Continue Reading →

Opportunity: Self-funded International Visiting Research Fellowships, Centre for Design History

The Centre for Design History (CDH) at the University of Brighton invites applications for self-funded International Visiting Research Fellows (VRFs) to spend time at the Centre to pursue their research within CDH’s themes and to form collaborations with CDH members…. Continue Reading →

News: CDH Director wins Philip Leverhulme Prize

Dr Annebella Pollen has been awarded a £100,000 Philip Leverhulme Prize, which she will use to fund a new study into the history of photography by children. The Philip Leverhulme Prize, established 2001, is awarded to UK academics whose work… Continue Reading →

Report | Analysing the Robe Chemise in the Late Eighteenth Century

Visiting PhD student, Lorenzo Merlino (University of Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil), outlines his work-in-progress on eighteenth century women’s dress in England and France. During the first semester of 2021, I was kindly welcomed by the Centre for Design History, under… Continue Reading →

Report | Design Archives in Asia Symposium

Vivien Chan (University of Nottingham) and Zara Arshad (University of Brighton) review the event Design Archives in Asia, held online by the Centre for Design History in June 2021. On the 2nd and 3rd June 2021, the Centre for Design… Continue Reading →

News | New Book Contract: The Materialisation of Persuasion

The Centre for Design History are delighted to announce that Dr Harriet Atkinson, current recipient of an AHRC Research Fellowship, has secured a book contract for a new monograph. Dr Atkinson’s book, to be published by Manchester University Press, will… Continue Reading →

Rebel Networks: Histories of Life Reform

Dr Annebella Pollen reports back from a workshop at University of Strathclyde that brought together academics interested in histories of the new age. The years immediately preceding and following the First World War witnessed a flourishing of organisations including suffrage… Continue Reading →

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