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Seminar 3

Historical legacies: interdisciplinary concepts of objects, personhood and identity

Location: V & A Museum of Childhood, London

Date: 18th January 2012
Time: 10.30 – 4.30pm

This third seminar addressed the challenges of theorising the historic relationships between the familiar developmental educational discourses and notions of trangression from an interdisciplinary perspective. It explored how education can be enriched by critically engaging with the history of thinking about the child and childhood in different disciplines.

Speakers:

Sharon Brookshaw, University of Leicester, ‘Children and Childhood in Museums: Collections and Representations’

Catherine Howell, V & A Museum of Childhood Collections Manager

Mary Guyatt, Curator at the Garden Museum and doctoral student (studentship with V & A Museum of Childhood and Queen Mary, University of London) ‘Children, Home and Empire’

Carolyn Chinn, V & A Museum of Childhood Learning Manager, ‘The Learning Approach at the V&A Museum of Childhood’

Theresa Hare Duke, V & A Museum of Childhood Community Development Officer, ‘Engagement through participatory arts’

Click here for flyer PDF: Seminar Three

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