DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Serena Newmark, reflects on her participation in the 2018 DHS Annual Conference.
30 March 2019 -
I would like to thank the Design History Society for supporting this research. The funding went towards covering the production subvention cost for Branding Lebanon through the lens of Mouna Bassili Sehnaoui (Yasmine Nachabe Taan, Khatt books, 2019).
20 March 2019 -
"Being awarded a Conference Bursary by the DHS to attend and deliver a paper at the 2018 conference Design and Displacement was an important moment of transition for me". Catriona Quinn reports.
17 March 2019 -
Tania Messell, recipient of a DHS Conference Bursary, reflects on the 2018 DHS Conference, Design and Displacement, through the lens of humanitarian aid.
5 March 2019 -
DHS Conference Bursary recipient, Malin Graesse, reviews her participation in the 2018 DHS Annual Conference.
16 February 2019 -
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.
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 -
'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 -
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