CONFERENCE: Work, Rest and Power: Architecture, Space and Political Life 1500-1815. Online, 27 May 2021

CONFERENCE: Work, Rest and Power: Architecture, Space and Political Life 1500-1815. Online, 27 May 2021

Online conference on 27 May exploring the relationship between domestic architecture and politics in the early modern period. Hosted by the University of York, this event draws together themes of patronage, conspicuous consumption, itinerant architecture, space, semiotics and materiality to explore the place of the home in political life. For the full programme and to register please visit the conference website.

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