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Accommodating 'Mrs. Three-in-One': homemaking, home entertaining and domestic advice literature in post-war Britain
Disregard for the sources through which domestic knowledge has been communicated has contributed to the marginalisation of women's domestic practices from the historical record. Recent work in social and cultural history ...
The strange case of the Turkish and Venetian judges in eighteenth-century Mani wall paintings
Investigating church wall paintings in Mani, Greece, the author identified a common theme of the Ainoi, the graphic interpretation of Psalms 148-150. Within this scheme there is often a specific depiction of the 'Judges ...
Time to re-wire Problems and strategies for the maintenance of live electronics
While much work is proceeding with regard to the preservation and restoration of audio documents in general and compositions for tape in particular, relatively little research has been published with regard to the issues ...
Being here : performative aspects of locative media
Locative media are a relatively new area of cultural activities that bring together ideas about place and placedness, content and context, interactivity, and mobile computing devices. While emphasizing the performative and ...
From service to self-service: etiquette writing as design discourse 1920-1970
This article examines examples of advice literature published in Britain for what they indicate about changes in the material culture of home entertaining from 1920 to 1970. Advice writing offers ideal models of design ...
Interpolator: a two-dimensional graphical interpolation system for the simultaneous control of digital signal processing parameters
The musical use of realtime digital audio tools implies the need for simultaneous control of a large number of parameters to achieve the desired sonic results. Often it is also necessary to be able to navigate between ...