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Report | Members in the Media

Check out our member’s recent media appearances: Damon Taylor spoke with Deborah Sugg Ryan on ‘Trading Spaces’, a series that examines the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the British High Street. Listen here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000s18w (BBC Radio 4, originally broadcast 9 Feb… Continue Reading →

Report | Good Pictures and Unloved Photobooks

Annebella Pollen was an invited speaker at the online launch of the latest issue of Source: The Photographic Review on 4 February 2021. Annebella Pollen was invited to speak at the online launch of the new issue of the bi-monthly… Continue Reading →

Event | ‘At Home’ with C19th Dress & Textiles Reframed Network

15:00 – 17:00, 13 December 2020 ‘At Home’ – meet & greet short talks celebrating the joy of research!   PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME: 3:00 Welcome – Veronica Isaac 3:05 Panel 1 • Robyne Calvert – Fashioning the Artist • Lynn Hulse… Continue Reading →

New | RIG-ACORSO micro-research project: ‘Fashionable Tailoring for Women 1850-1920

AHRC/Design Star PhD researcher Suzanne Rowland and Professor Emirita Lou Taylor update us on the recent activity on the RIG-ACORSO micro-research project: ‘Fashionable Tailoring for Women 1850-1920 from European ateliers, Department Stores and factories and its gendered social and cultural… Continue Reading →

Event | New series: ‘IN CONVERSATION’

We are pleased to announce the launch of a new series of online ‘IN CONVERSATION’ events to celebrate recent publications by Centre for Design History members. Registration NOW OPEN! 4.30-6pm (GMT), Thursday 12 November 2020 IN CONVERSATION with Kim Sichel… Continue Reading →

Research in Lockdown: changing habits, slowing down, looking back

Design writer and teacher Liz Farrelly talks to Centre for Design History’s Harriet Atkinson about design during the pandemic   Harriet Atkinson: Hi Liz, perhaps you can start off by introducing yourself? Liz Farrelly – Hi, I’m Liz Farrelly, an… Continue Reading →

News | Call: AHRC TECHNE fully-funded doctoral studentships 2021-2

The Centre for History of Design (CDH) at the University of Brighton invites applications for AHRC TECHNE fully-funded doctoral studentships commencing October 2021. The Centre for Design History applies a cross-disciplinary perspective to understand how design in all its forms… Continue Reading →

News | Picturing Jewish Fashion Designers and Makers during the Holocaust

CDH member Professor Emerita Lou Taylor will be speaking at an online event series running in autumn 2020 entitled Picturing Jewish Dress: Researching Belonging and Identification through Historical Visual Resources. Jointly organised by scholars  Dr Svenja Bethke (Hebrew University of Jerusalem/University… Continue Reading →

News | Digital Dress History: Sartorial Society Series

PhD student Kate Debono reflects on a new mode of online research engagement for fashion history As the Centre for Design History considers how to develop and disseminate its research activities in a remotely-connected Covid world, an example of a… Continue Reading →

Event | ‘IN CONVERSATION’ Series: Ceren Özpınar and Mary Kelly, 9 December 2020

**Cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances** 4.30-6pm (GMT), Wednesday 9 December 2020 IN CONVERSATION with co-editors Ceren Özpınar (Brighton) and Mary Kelly (University College Cork) Under the Skin: Feminist Art and Art Histories from the Middle East and North Africa Today… Continue Reading →

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