'Gardening: Histories of Horticultural Practice,' a conference on the history of gardening, will be held on 15-17 March 2007, at the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow, Scotland.
Topics to be explored include the acquisition, categorization, and use of plants; the training and careers of both professional and amateur gardeners; gardening in domestic and public contexts; and the intersection of gardening with social categories such as gender and class.
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The Gardening conference is part of the project 'Seed Money,' funded jointly by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Economic and Social Research Council through the research programme on Cultures of Consumption.
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