|10.30-11.30||Registration and coffee|
Session 1 - On the Streets: London's retail markets 1800-2012
Chair: Margaret Ponsonby, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Session convenor: Victoria Kelley, University of the Arts and University of the Creative Arts, UK
Peter Jones, Queen Mary University of London, UK 'A History in Rags: Reckoning with London's 'Cast-offs' in the Old Clothes Market, 1800-1870'
Victoria Kelley, University of the Arts and University of the Creative Arts, UK, 'Shopping on the Kerbstone: London's Street Markets, c.1880-1939'
May Rosenthal Sloan, University of Glasgow, UK, 'Ridley Road: An Edible World in Miniature'
Session 2 - Selling representations and reflections
Chair: John Benson, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Lucy A. Bailey, University of Northampton, UK, '"The place is a news agency": Gossip and the Village Shop as portrayed in popular Victorian literature'
Ros Watkiss, University of Wolverhampton, UK, 'Doing Your Bit for the Country: Women and Saving, Government Initiatives c. 1939-1970
Jackie Dickenson, University of Melbourne, Australia, 'Advertising Lives: Memoir and Career'
Techniques of Selling
Chair: Richard Hawkins, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Paul Cleave, University of Exeter, UK, 'Sugar Tourism'
Susan Bishop, University of Brighton, UK, 'The Barkers Fashion Display Hall - Issues of Retailing and Marketing Fashion as Luxury in a London Department Store 1928-1930'
Andrew Alexander, University of Surrey, UK, 'Marketing decision-making in UK supermarkets, 1965-1990'
'Marginal' and informal markets
Chair: Jon Stobart, University of Northampton, UK
Bart Lambert, University of York, UK, 'Falling out of the Cradle of Capitalism: Informal Markets in 15th Century Bruges'
José A. Nieto Sánchez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, ‘El Rastro of Madrid: The Survival Strategies of the Urban Lower Classes, 1740-1830’
Brigita Tranaviciute, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania, ‘The Transformations of the Soviet Enterprise in Lithuania in the Late 20th Century’
Chair: Ros Watkiss, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Lyanne Holcombe, Kingston University, UK, ‘The Resort in the City: Retailing Leisure and Tourism in the Regent Palace Hotel, London’
Dave Kinney, Independent Researcher, UK and Phil Lyon, Umeå University, Sweden, ‘Grocers’ Window Displays: The Eclipse of a Tradition’
Buying and selling in the long eighteenth century
Chair: Karin Dannehl, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Serena Dyer, University of York, UK, 'Dressing the Elite: Fashion, Intimacy and Business in Eighteenth-Century London and Yorkshire'
Jon Stobart, University of Northampton, UK, 'Buying Books: Networks, Knowledge and the Georgian Country House'
|19.00||Reception and conference dinner|
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Dr Laura Ugolini