Secondhand Cultures in Unsettled Times – Workshop recordings

Posted on 25 June 2021 by Alida Payson

Selected Workshop Recordings Online Symposium, 15-16 June 2021 Introduction and Workshop – Well-Worn: Falling Back in Love With Our Clothes Recording of Intro & Well-Worn Workshop Welcome and Introduction to the Symposium (with co-organisers Jen Ayres, Triona Fitton, Alida Payson and Kamila Buczek) Wendy Ward (Independent practitioner / author) Show and tell and reflection session Participants can
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Second-hand bazaars in Mexico: Interview

Posted on 22 June 2021 by Alida Payson

By Brenda Mondragón Toledo Interview – Brenda Mondragón Toledo with Diana Morales BIO: Brenda Mondragón Toledo is a PhD student in Sociology at University College Cork. Currently exploring the faces of gender-based violence between Mexico and Ireland through the use of textile-making using Participatory Arts Research (PAR). She is part of a research group called
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Charity Shops: Between a rock and a kind face

Posted on 28 May 2021 by Alida Payson

Re-post from Kent Philanthropy: A Blog about Philanthropy Research This post is written by Dr Triona Fitton, lecturer and former Pears Philanthropy Fellow at the University of Kent, and co-organiser of the Secondhand Cultures in Unsettled Times Virtual Symposium 15-16 June 2021 (click here to register) A recent report published by the True and Fair
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Symposium Flier

Secondhand Cultures in Unsettled Times

Posted on 21 May 2021 by Alida Payson

Virtual Symposium >> 15-16 June 2021 Secondhand cultures and practices, from reselling sites to charity shops and thrift stores to waste picking, have expanded and transformed over recent decades, with profound social, political, and environmental implications. Despite vibrant and growing research into secondhand worlds, opportunities to share and discuss this research across interdisciplinary boundaries have
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