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Report: DHS Conference Bursary by Malin Graesse

DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Malin Graesse, reviews her participation in the 2018 DHS Annual Conference.

16 February 2019 -

Reports
Report: DHS Conference Bursary by Nicholas de Godoy Lopes
Report: DHS Conference Bursary by Nicholas de Godoy Lopes

It was a joy to present at the 2018 DHS Conference. Not only was it my first presentation at a major academic conference, it was my first time attending one as well, and I can say with certainty that it was an incredibly rewarding experience.

16 February 2019 -

Reports
Report: DHS Conference Bursary by Sara Nicole England
Report: DHS Conference Bursary by Sara Nicole England

How does design participate in the narratives and experiences of displaced persons? How are designed objects and spaces subject to displacement, and how are these transformations exposed or concealed? What does a lens of displacement offer to design historians and to the field of design study?

4 February 2019 -

Reports
Report: DHS Research Travel & Conference Grant by Martina Margetts
Report: DHS Research Travel & Conference Grant by Martina Margetts

'Design has to be emancipated from itself - there's another history to tell'. This was keynote speaker Tony Fry's clarion call at the DHS Conference on Design and Displacement.

22 January 2019 -

Reports
Report: DHS Research Travel & Conference Grant by Rachael Grew

Back in January 2018, I was very excited to see a call for papers for the inaugural conference of the newly-created International Society for the Study of Surrealism.

10 January 2019 -

Reports
Report: DHS Conference Bursary by Emin Artun Ozguner
Report: DHS Conference Bursary by Emin Artun Ozguner

Emin Artun Ozguner, a PhD candidate on the RCA/V&A History of Design programme, was awarded a DHS Conference Bursary to attend the 2018 DHS Conference, Design and Displacement. Here, Ozguner shares some of his highlights.

2 January 2019 -

Reports
Report: DHS Research Exhibition Grant by Vaibhav Singh
Report: DHS Research Exhibition Grant by Vaibhav Singh

Facilitated by a generous grant from the Design History Society, my research towards the exhibition 'Typing in tongues: writing machines around the world' examines how technological modernity and literacy were mediated globally through writing machines – that is, through everyday technologies of inscription and duplication.

20 December 2018 -

Reports
Feature: Reflections on DHS 2018 Design and Displacement (Part 1)
Feature: Reflections on DHS 2018 Design and Displacement (Part 1)

From 6-8 September, design historians from all over the world gathered in New York, USA for the 2018 DHS Conference, Design and Displacement. The DHS Ambassadors, Vivien Chan (VC) and Simon Spiers (SS), along with the Society's Student Officer, Lydia Caston (LC), review some of the activities that took place as part of the event.

11 December 2018 -

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