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Attributed to Henry Kingsbury, active 1750–1780, British, A Milliner's Shop, 1787, Etching, hand-colored. (Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, B1978.43.923)

The Things That Make a Home: Households Object, History and Memory

The objects in our homes are an important part of our individual and family histories. Especially in 2020, the household objects we use every day – and the ones that have special meaning – became important to our sense of self, family, and our wellbeing. In this workshop, University of Adelaide honours students explain how historians work with everyday objects to crate snapshots of the past. We invite you to think about the uses, histories, and meanings of the ‘things’ in your home. Bring along an object on the theme of ‘domesticity’ for our history harvest and tell us its story! Bookings essential.

Presented by University of Adelaide, Department of History

When

Mon 3 May, 5.30-7.30pm

Where

Rm 2052, Lvl 2, Barr Smith Library South Bldg, University of Adelaide, North Tce, Adelaide

Price

Free

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Contact

Katie Barclay, katie.barclay@adelaide.edu.au

Info

Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Full Toilet Facilities

Bookings essential
Event capacity: 30