DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Nerea Amoros Elorduy, reflects on her participation in the 2018 DHS Annual Conference, Design and Displacement, sharing some critical highlights from the panels.
13 November 2019 -
DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Kasia Jezowska, reflects on her participation in the 2018 DHS Annual Conference.
7 November 2019 -
Rebecca Keyel was awarded a DHS Conference Bursary to attend last year's DHS Conference, Design and Displacement. Keyel shares some invaluable remarks from the event as she reflects on the then-ongoing "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" exhibition at the MET.
30 October 2019 -
Émélie Desrochers-Turgeon was awarded a DHS Conference Bursary to attend last year's DHS Conference, Design and Displacement. Here, Émélie shares some of his highlights.
23 October 2019 -
Reflecting on his DHS Student Travel Award, John Clegg shares his observations from his archival field trip into New York City, USA, where he was able to conduct his research on the Harlem Renaissance, a movement in the early twentieth century when cultural and artistic self-expression reinterpreted what it meant to be African American.
16 October 2019 -
Delia Danchev gives us a glimpse of her research on the ceramicist Grete Marks' (Margarete Heymann Löbenstein Marks, 1899-1990) work, which she was able to investigate in the archives in Germany, thanks to the DHS Student Travel Award.
9 October 2019 -
Jess Majekodunmi won the DHS Essay Prize in the post-graduate category for her submission, ‘What a Load of Bollards: The Bollards of Dublin's Thomas Street’.
1 October 2019 -
Fleur Elkerton won the DHS Essay Prize in the undergraduate category for her submission, ‘Staging, Stitching and Sensing: A Comparison of Medieval English Passion Narratives in Mystery Plays and Opus Anglicanum Embroidery’.
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