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Annebella Pollen

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 →

Material Lives: Methodologies for Researching the Histories of Everyday Dress

Suzanne Rowland, PhD student at the University of Brighton, describes a collaborative event at Worthing Museum. On 5 July 2019 a joint study day took place between members of the University of Brighton research group Objects Unwrapped and the Fashion… Continue Reading →

Memory of Clothes Study Day at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery

Dr Annebella Pollen, organiser of the Objects Unwrapped: Memory of Clothes Study Day at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, reports on the June 2019 event. As intimate items worn close to the body, clothes act as interfaces between self and… Continue Reading →

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