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Apologies if I've already posted this, but it does contain more details/ abstracts about the day.
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From: Museums, Galleries and Heritage Research [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Ugolini, Laura
Sent: 12 April 2018 11:48
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Subject: CHORD workshop: Textiles and Dress from Below: Ordinary and Everyday Textiles and Dress in Museums and Historic Houses
With apologies for any cross-posting, I hope the workshop below will be of interest to list members ________________________________________
The CHORD workshop on:
Textiles and Dress from Below: Ordinary and Everyday Textiles and Dress in Museums and Historic Houses
will take place at the University of Wolverhampton, UK
on 7 June 2018.
The programme, together with abstracts, registration details and further information, can be found at:
Katina Bill, Kirklees Museums and Galleries A Shoddy Business? The Recycled Woollen Industry in the Nineteenth Century
Helen Wyld, National Museums Scotland
Everyday lives: Samplers from Scotland, 1720-1870
Valerie Wilson, National Museums Northern Ireland Breeches, Boots and Bedcovers: interpreting the everyday and ordinary in an open air museum
Hannah Rumball, University of Brighton
“It makes us cringe these days”: Killerton House National Trust and the alteration of Elizabeth Pettipher Cash’s Everyday Quaker bonnets
Ruth Singer, Artist in Residence Staffordshire Record Office Criminal Quilts
Carol Circuit, Bucks New University
Developing Social History from Material Evidence
Bethan Bide, Middlesex University
One dress, multiple stories: everyday fashion objects as sites for narrating overlapping and speculative biographies in museums
Rebecca Gill, University of Huddersfield and Helen Dampier, Leeds Beckett University The Invention of a Boer Home Industries: Emily Hobhouse and the Creation and Preservation of a South African ‘Textiles from Below’
Rebecca Shawcross, Northampton Museum and Art Gallery Concealed Shoes: The ordinary or the extraordinary on display?
Vivienne Richmond, Goldsmiths, University of London Text-iles for the Poor
The workshop will take place in room Room MH108-9, Mary Seacole (MH) Building, City Campus, University of Wolverhampton.
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