|27 Sep 2012 - 28 Sep 2012||All day||CRASSH|
This year CRASSH has hosted a Graduate Research Group concerned with Things: Material Cultures of the Long Eighteenth-Century. Our speakers have considered specific eighteenth-century objects ranging from coins to ships, porcelain to plants, from different disciplinary perspectives. We have discussed how these objects allow us to tell complex. inter-disciplinary stories about consumption, production and display in this period. This colloquium pulls together the speakers and themes that have defined the series. The day will consist of several papers with invited responses, as well as space for discussion. The colloquium is preceded by a keynote lecture by Professor Ludmilla Jordanova on Thursday evening, Talking about Things.
Programme and Registration
Both keynote lecture and colloquium talks on Friday 28 September are open to everyone. Please click on the links on the right-hand side of the page to see the programme and book a place online. The fee is £20 (including lunch and refreshments at the colloquium) with a reduced £10 charge for students.
For information about the event and the graduate research group please contact Katy Barrett or Sophie Waring.
For administrative enquiries please contact Michelle Maciejewska.