This study day, organised by Dr Karen Lipsedge (Kingston University) in collaboration with RECSO, TORCH, and the InHabit Seminar, will explore domestic space from an interdisciplinary perspective, tracing the vital significance of the home in art, design, architecture, literature, culture and social politics in the long eighteenth century.
The day is free to attend and will include lunch, tea, and a drinks reception. The day will conclude with a separate, optional dinner with the speakers, at which space will be limited.
To book a place for the study day please RSVP to the RECSO conference convenor, Adam Bridgen (firstname.lastname@example.org), by 1st June 2015. Please include your name, discipline, research area, and academic affiliation. Please also indicate if you would like to attend the evening dinner (space is limited, and will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis).
For further information about this study please email: K.Lipsedge@Kingston.ac.uk.
Click here to see the event poster for 'At Home': Exploring Eighteenth-Century Domestic Space.
Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century Studies Oxford
Contact name: Karen Lipsedge
Contact email: K.Lipsedge@Kingston.ac.uk
Audience: Open to all