History seminars at the IHR
Studies of Home
Convenors: Professor Alison Blunt (Queen Mary) and Eleanor John (The Geffrye - Museum of the Home)
Co-Convenors: Victor Buchli (UCL), Jane Hamlett (RHUL), Sara Pennell (Roehampton)
Venue: Peter Marshal Room (N204) IHR North Block Senate House,
Time: Wednesday, 5.30pm
Website: Seminar group home page (opens in a new window)
We are grateful to the Geffrye - Museum of the Home, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, SOAS, UCL and the IHR for supporting this series.
Connecting worlds: intersections between spatial, temporal, material and spiritual realms within Vietnamese homes in East London
Annabelle Wilkins (Queen Mary University of London)
The Colonial Home in sub-Saharan Africa: an Entangled History
Britta Schilling (University of Utrecht)
Settling at home: Class, gender and domesticity in the Settlement House, 1880-1914.
Lucinda Matthews-Jones (Liverpool John Moores University)
'"I have had them in my hands often": domestic servants and the material culture of the eighteenth-century domestic space.
Tessa Chynoweth (Queen Mary University of London)
From Country House to Empire Home: Material Cultures of the East India Company
Margot Finn (University College London)