Outputs from the project so far include three conference presentations:
‘Touching Displacements: Making by Hand, Machine Manufacture and Tactile Visitor Experiences in England’s Post-Industrial Heritage Museums’, Design and Displacement, Design History Society Annual Conference, Parsons The New School for Design, New York, USA, 6-8 September 2018.
‘Hand in Hand: Design History and Victorian Studies’, Victorian Patterns, British Association for Victorian Studies annual conference, University of Exeter, 29-31 August 2018.
‘Displaying Intangible Heritage: Making by Hand, Machine Manufacture and Museology’, Tangible-Intangible Heritage(s): Design, Social And Cultural Critiques On The Past, The Present And The Future, School Of Architecture, Computing & Engineering, University Of East London, 13–15 June 2018.
The research will be further communicated in:
A research monograph, The Hand Book
A journal article
A series of regular blog posts on this website
A series of handling workshops in museums that the study examines.