Browse the links below for a glimpse into my world.
- Darwin Correspondence Project - free access to full text of Charles Darwin's letters.
- Bibliography of the Domestic Space project at Simon Fraser University, Canada.
- The East India Company at Home project, based at Warwick. The site includes case studies and extensive online bibliographies.
- England: The Other Within, a 2006-2009 project at the Pitt Rivers Museum which analysed the English collections at the museum.
- National Trust Collections is an online catalogue of many of the items held all over Britain by the National Trust.
- Re-thinking Pitt Rivers makes public articles, unpublished correspondence and object biographies relating to Pitt Rivers and his collection.
Museums and exhibitions
- At Home with the World - exhibition at the Geffrye Museum, London, which explores global influences on British homes.
- The Cuming Museum, Southwark - home of the collection of Richard and Henry Cuming, one of my case studies.
- Miracles & Charms at the Wellcome Collection, London, considered amongst other things Edward Lovett's collection of charms and amulets.
- Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at Cambridge. The museum is newly refurbished and re-opened; a must-visit.
- Material World blog - keep up to date with everything going on in the world of material culture studies.
- The Victorianist - BAVS postgraduate pages will keep you in the know about the latest events and developments in Victorian studies.
- Collecting Home - blog of the project based at the Cuming museum, which explores themes of collecting, home and immigration.
- The Nineteenth-Century Research Seminar Group is an interdisciplinary group which meets in the Midlands.
- The Thesis Whisperer for all your doctoral worries and woes.
- Of Victorian Interest ensures I never miss a nineteenth century themed event or CFP.
- The Museum of Ridiculously Interesting Things is just what it says on the tin.
- eSharp at the University of Glasgow.
- Dandelion at Birkbeck College.
- Postgraduate English at Durham University.