30 October 2015

Friday 27th November 9.30-5pm, M2, Grand Parade, University of Brighton

This one-day symposium will consider design, in its broadest definition, as a tool of government diplomacy from the early Cold War to the present day. Combining a range of interdisciplinary perspectives, speakers will consider how design has been used as an object of transnational diplomacy from 1945 to the present day – from buildings, to interiors, to objects, to fashion and beyond. Speakers include Susan Reid (University of Sheffield), Cammie McAtee (Harvard), Sonnet Stanfill (V&A), Tom Wilson (Design Museum), Claire Wintle (University of Brighton), Jennifer Way (University of North Texas), Katarina Serulus (University of Antwerp) and Michael Thomson (Design Connect).

Tickets can be bought here. (http://shop.brighton.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&catid=76&prodid=546)

Internationalising Design History

Research Administrator
College of Arts and Humanities
University of Brighton
School of Humanities
6 Dorset Place
Brighton BN2 1ST

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