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 -
Timothy Brittain-Catlin gives us an overview of his upcoming publication 'The Edwardians and their Houses: the New Life of Old England', which received a DHS Research Publication Grant.
30 September 2019 -
PhD student Enya Moore was granted a DHS Student Travel Award as part of her research on design events, with which she went to experience the Shenzhen Design Week.
23 July 2019 -
Raiford Guins discusses his upcoming publication, Atari Design: Impressions on an Everyday Cultural Form, 1972-1979, which received support from a DHS Research Publication Grant.
16 July 2019 -
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 -
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