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News | CDH member wins British-Kuwait Friendship Society Book Prize

Congratulations to CDH member Zeina Maasri who has won the 2021 British-Kuwait Friendship Society Book Prize for her monograph, Cosmopolitan Radicalism: The Visual Politics of Beirut’s Global Sixties (Cambridge University Press, 2020) The award recognises originality, clarity and accessibility, and… Continue Reading →

News | Podcast: Graphic Interventions, Ep.04 Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives

Mini Daily Mail made by Darren Cullen of Spelling Mistakes Cost Lives Graphic Interventions is a new podcast series investigating political statements made through posters, banners and zines, produced and hosted by Harriet Atkinson. In the fourth episode, Harriet talks to artist Darren… Continue Reading →

News | New Podcast Series – Graphic Interventions with Harriet Atkinson

Introducing: your new favourite design history podcast, Graphic Interventions Graphic Interventions, a new podcast series investigating political interventions through the graphic form, produced and hosted by Harriet Atkinson will launch at the end of October 2021. In each episode Harriet… Continue Reading →

Report | Decolonising the Database

Event organiser Helen Mears and speaker Shelley Angelie Saggar report on the recent CDH event ‘Decolonising the Database‘ Decolonising the Database took place on 5 July 2021 at the University of Brighton. Its aim was to bring together researchers and… 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 | Harriet Atkinson publication and podcast on the Festival of Britain

CDH member Dr Harriet Atkinson provides fresh perspectives on the Festival of Britain in a major magazine feature and podcast to mark its upcoming 70th anniversary. The Festival of Britain opened in May 1951 and ran through the summer that… Continue Reading →

Report | CDH Visiting Researcher, Miya Itabashi

CDH Visiting Researcher 2019-20, Miya Itabashi (Hosei University, Japan), reports on research conducted during her time with the Centre in Brighton.   The Representation of Japan at the Brighton Museum and Local Collectors in the Early 20th Century Miya Itabashi… Continue Reading →

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