Domestic Encounters: 1400 to the Present - Postgraduate Research Day
14 March 2005, Royal College of Art, London
This research day will explore the ways in which the domestic interior has been experienced, occupied and perceived. The event aims to bring together new researchers studying the domestic interior, providing them with an interdisciplinary forum in which to present their work and to exchange ideas and approaches.
We invite papers from students of design, fine art, architecture, anthropology, art history, historical geography and social and cultural history. Students working from both historical and contemporary perspectives are encouraged to submit proposals.
We particularly welcome contributions covering:
Work and the domestic sphere
Sociability in the home
Emotions, beliefs and domestic rituals
Send proposals (200 words) by 1 December 2004 to the e-mail address shown below.
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