University of Brighton's Postgraduate Design History Society
5th Annual Symposium
17 June 2010
The University of Brighton’s Postgraduate Design History Society held its fifth annual symposium on Thursday 17 June 2010 at the Centre for Research and Development, Grand Parade, University of Brighton. The day featured papers from postgraduate researchers from within and beyond the university, across a range of topics and historical periods, united by our common focus of design history and material culture studies.
10.30-11.00am: Registration and coffee
11.00-11.30am: Verity Clarkson – ‘It was all done with smiles’: Exhibiting Cold War Retellings of Anglo-Russian History
11.30-12.00pm: Lyanne Holcombe - Regent Palace, Aesthetic Reform and the Arts and Crafts Winter Garden
12.00-12.30pm: Ness Wood – ‘It's So New-Fashioned’: Hille Furniture from Tradition to Modernity
1.30-2.00pm: Cheryl Roberts - 'Disrespectful Foreign Innovations': Trouser Tensions in the Inter-war Years
2.00-2.30pm: June Rowe - The Essential Accessory: Lipstick in Britain during World War Two
2.30-3.00pm: Jane Hattrick - Norman Hartnell's Time-Travelling Archive: Love, Loss and Memory
3.00-3.30pm: Coffee break
3.30-4.00pm: Bridget Millmore - Endings and Edgings: Tracing the Cultural Biography of a Lace Sample Book
4.00-4.30pm: Marie McLoughlin - Does Fashion transcend both Craft and Design?
4.30: Wine reception