'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 -
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 -
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 -
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 -
With the generous support of the Design History Society, and the assistance of Laura Weill, Assistant Curator of Typography & Graphic Communication at the University of Reading, I spent a week in September 2018 immersed in the Otto and Marie Neurath Isotype Collection.
3 December 2018 -
DHS Research Travel & Conference Grant recipient, Fiona Anderson, reviews her participation in the 2018 DHS Annual Conference.
30 November 2018 -
Earlier this year, PhD student Suzanne Rowland was granted a DHS Student Travel Award to conduct further research in the US.
22 November 2018 -
Marta Filipová, who was awarded a DHS Research Travel & Conference Grant, reflects on her experiences of the 2018 DHS Conference, Design and Displacement.
12 November 2018 -
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