Fashion: 84th Anglo-American conference of historians
In a major collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum, the IHR is taking Fashion as the theme for its annual conference in July 2015.
The history of fashion, and the role of fashion in history, is not just confined to the study of dress and costume, but encompasses design and innovation, taste and zeitgeist, treats as its subjects both people and objects, and crosses over into related disciplines such as the history of art and architecture, consumption, retailing and technology.
SAS Humanities Open Day
Join us for the School of Advanced Study Humanities Open Day, showcasing a vast array of resources including: postgraduate courses, research training, libraries, archives and digital tools.
Ideal for undergraduates as well as early career researchers.
Today at the Institute
17:00, King's College LondonSusan Pedersen (Columbia)
Tuesday, May 26, 17:15, Room 304Peter Hegarty (Surrey)
Tuesday, May 26, 17:15, John S Cohen Room, 203Matthew Nicholls (Reading)
Tuesday, May 26, 17:15, Wolfson Room II (NB02)Mr Chris Pike
Tuesday, May 26, 17:15, Past & Present Room, 202Henry Miller (University of Manchester)
Latest from the IHR blog
New library acquisitions
Calls for papers
Manuel Veth (King's College London) and Dr Sevket Akyildiz (School of Oriental and African Studies), Added 19 May 2015
Gareth Millward (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine), Added 19 May 2015
Berny Sèbe (Birmingham), Added 11 May 2015
Graham Parry (University of York), Added 11 May 2015