In the last blog report of the year, the Design in Quarantine Team, Fleur Elkerton and Anna Talley, are talking us through their amazing experience of creating an archive in the present amidst the COVID pandemic.
18 December 2020 -
In these difficult times, it is good to rejoice thinking back about the last DHS conference in Northumbria University. DHS Conference Award winner Sena Çerci shares some of her observations from the panels and reminds us that she would stick with the word "change" in case of a verbal extinction, a choice apt for today.
2 December 2020 -
Dr. Louise Hardiman shares some highlights from her research trips to the USA and Russia, which have helped her reconnect with the wider network of Slavist specialists, collaborate with cultural institutions, and finalise her research for her upcoming title, "Selling the Samovar: Women and the Promotion of Russian Craft in the West". Hardiman is the recipient of the 2019 DHS Research Access Grant (formerly known as, DHS Research and Conference Travel Grant).
11 November 2020 -
Dr. Zeina Maasri shares the exciting news on the publication of her monograph titled Cosmopolitan Radicalism: The Visual Politics of Beirut’s Global Sixties, which was partly funded by the DHS Research Publication Grant.
23 September 2020 -
2019 DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Catriona Quinn, shares her invaluable personal experiences and observations in participating in the DHS annual conference, providing us a glimpse through the panels.
18 June 2020 -
DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Robert Gordon-Fogelson, elaborates on his participation in the 2019 DHS Annual Conference, The Cost of Design, sharing some invaluable highlights from the panels.
4 June 2020 -
2019 DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Christin Yu offers us a glimpse of last year's DHS annual conference through the lens of textiles, design, and material cultures, which informs her own perspective in her PhD research.
20 May 2020 -
Kelly Washington takes us to Johannesburg, South Africa, where she was able to observe the local youth phenomenon Skothane as a modern subculture as part of her MA in Fashion Communication at Central Saint Martins. Kelly was one of the recipients of the 2019 DHS Student Travel Award.
29 April 2020 -
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