CANCELLED CHWeekUoP21 Houses Through Time History and Heritage in the Media

CANCELLED CHWeekUoP21 Houses Through Time History and Heritage in the Media

  • 23 September 2021
  • 10:00 - 11:00
  • FREE
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Join consultant historian on the BBC Series, Prof Deborah Sugg-Ryan for a talk with Dr Mike Esbester about the research behind the series

Unfortunately Professory Sugg-Ryan can no longer attend and we have had to cancel this event. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

There are other events you can join during the first UoP Culture and Heritage Week, 20-24th September 2021.

Supported by the Democratic Citizenship Theme of the University of Portsmouth and all the stakeholders of its Culture and Heritage Hub, the first UoP Culture and Heritage Week will take place on 20-24th September 2021 and resonate with the UK Heritage Open Days 2021.

Our #CHWeekUoP21 will bring to life amazing scholarship for the people of Portsmouth, a Port city with a unique culture and heritage. In a civic partnership for a meaningful society, together we want to enrich the community through preservation, conservation, interpretation, and education to understand our present and build a common future.

“Whilst Culture and Heritage are at the heart of a modern democratic society, we aim to celebrate the world class research conducted by UoP Scholars in partnership with local, national and global actors.” -- Prof. Leïla Choukroune DC Theme Director

Event Description

Houses Through Time: History and Heritage in the Media

Join Professor of Design History and Theory, Deborah Sugg-Ryan, in conversation with Dr Mike Esbester (Cultural Historian of safety, risk and accident prevention) discuss the hit BBC series A House Through Time . Professor Sugg-Ryan and Dr Esbester will discuss the research behind the series and the cultural history of the home. The pair will also share tips and tricks on how find out the history of your own house through time !

Date: Thursday | 23 September 2021

Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

Online Event

(Full joining instructions and the webinar link will be sent to you by email near the time.)

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