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Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 – conference page

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London) Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Tuesday 14th September Spaces and Institutional Structures Workhouses Jeremy Boulton (Newcastle): Paupers and their experience of a Georgian workhouse: St Martin in the Fields, 1725-1824 (AUDIO HERE) Alysa Levene (Oxford Brookes) : Family …

Living in Institutions – Roundtable

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Round Table Speakers: Sandra Cavallo (Royal Holloway), Virginia Crossman (Oxford Brookes), Sue Hawkins (Kingston), Andrea Tanner (Kingston) others TBC ————————————————— share this entry:

Vicky Long – Industrial Homes: Domesticating Factories in Interwar Britain

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Home in the Institution Vicky Long (Northumbria): Industrial Homes: Domesticating Factories in Interwar Britain In the early 1920s, the nascent profession of industrial welfare attempted to reconcile nineteenth-century arts …

Krisztina Robert – At Home in the Armed Forces: Living Quarters of the Women’s Services in First World War Britain and France

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Home in the Institution Krisztina Robert (Roehampton): At Home in the Armed Forces: Living Quarters of the Women’s Services in First World War Britain and France Between 1917 and …

Mary Clare Martin – Refuge or prison? Girls’ experiences of a “home” for the mentally defective in early twentieth century Scotland

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Home in the Institution Mary Clare Martin (Greenwich): Refuge or prison? Girls’ experiences of a “home” for the mentally defective in early twentieth century Scotland While many institutions founded …

William Whyte – An essential part of the best kind of University training’: Halls of Residence at the Civic Universities, 1900-1950

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Education William Whyte (St John’s College, Oxford) ‘An essential part of the best kind of University training’: Halls of Residence at the Civic Universities, 1900-1950 In the first half …

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Michelle Johansen – Inhabiting London’s Public Libraries c.1890-1914

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Education Michelle Johansen (Raphael Samuel History Centre): Inhabiting London’s Public Libraries c.1890-1914 Charles Goss (1864-1946) was chief librarian of Lewisham rate-assisted library in south-east London from 1891 until 1897. …

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Susan Skedd – ‘Everything necessary to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge’. Eighteenth-century girls’ boarding schools and their contribution towards the institutionalization of education

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Education Susan Skedd, (English Heritage) Everything necessary to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge’. Eighteenth-century girls’ boarding schools and their contribution towards the institutionalization of education This paper proposes to …

Ayla Lepine – Manifesting the Rule: Designing for Monasticism in Victorian Oxford

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Material Cultures Ayla Lepine (Courtauld Institute): Manifesting the Rule: Designing for Monasticism in Victorian Oxford The Rev. R. M. Benson established the monastic community of the Society of St …

Carmen Mangion – ‘a bright home to the little ones’: Late-nineteenth-century English Hospitals and the domestic paradigm

Royal Holloway University of London Department of History Event Date: 14 and 15 September 2010 11 Bedford Square, Royal Holloway (Central London)   Inhabiting Institutions in Britain, 1700-1950 Living in Institutions Material Cultures Carmen Mangion (Birkbeck): ‘a bright home to the little ones’: Late-nineteenth-century English Hospitals and the domestic paradigm   British hospitals in the nineteenth century were more than …