Friday, April 10, 2015

A Symposium on Shoes, Planned in Conjunction With "Cosmopolitan Consumption…"

Are you fascinated by historic shoes? Do you want to learn more about the roles footwear has played in people's lives and the styles they wore and why? Do you want the inside scoop on some of the latest museum projects involving cataloging & accessibility of collections? Then join us for a symposium on shoes, planned in conjunction with "Cosmopolitan Consumption: New England Shoe Stories, 1750" May 29th-30th, 2015. Sponsored by the Portsmouth Athenaeum and UNH History Department Exhibit Curators and Symposium Organizers: Kimberly Alexander, Ph.D., and Sandra Rux, with assistance from Jeffrey Hopper. Design by Phineas Graphics.

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