1400 to the Present
Royal College of Art, London
Monday 14 March 2005
This research day will explore how the domestic interior has been experienced,
occupied and perceived from 1400 to the present day. The event brings
together scholars studying the domestic interior, providing an interdisciplinary
forum for the exchange of new research, ideas and approaches.
The event is part of an ongoing initiative of the AHRB Centre for the
Study of the Domestic Interior to support an interdisciplinary community
of postgraduates working in fields related to the domestic interior: anthropology,
business studies, design, fine art, geography, material culture, photography
and social and cultural history.
Registration: full price - £15, students - £5. Fee includes
sandwich lunch, morning and afternoon tea and reception.
Deadline for registration: Tuesday 1 March 2005
Payment can be made by credit card or cheque made out to Royal College
of Art. Please download the booking
form and return with payment to AHRB Centre for the Study of the Domestic
Interior, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London, UK SW7 2EU.
Participating institutions: Royal College of Art; Victoria & Albert
Museum; Bedford Centre, Royal Holloway, University of London. Supported
by the Royal Historical Society.
For further information
contact the AHRB Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior, firstname.lastname@example.org;
t. +44 (0)207 590 4183.