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Public History Group: Living with the Past at Home

2012 April 4

Saturday 18th May 10.30 for 11

Living with the Past at Home

Dr Caron Lipman, Research Fellow, School of Geography, Queen Mary University of London

This talk will offer preliminary insights into a current research project that seeks to understand people’s attitudes to and understandings of the history of their homes. It involves interviews with a range of householders to discover how their knowledge of the past of their homes informs the choices they make in living in them, and describes what has been ‘inherited’ from previous inhabitants – materially, aesthetically, and in terms of stories that might have been passed on or uncovered.

Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4QH. This is a few minutes walk from Liverpool Street station in the direction of Shoreditch and Spitalfields market.

Sessions begin promptly at 11 and will finish before 1.  Please bring your own coffee – lots of places nearby.

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