Category Archives: history
My photographs documenting ‘The Hoppings’, one of Europe’s largest traditional traveling fun fairs. This began in the late 19th century and has been held annually on the Town Moor, Newcastle Upon Tyne , UK.
Hannah Höch was one of the only women in the Berlin based Dada group. She was also a feminist. The Dadaist movement was formed during and in negative response to the First World War. Later Dadaists found a post war … Continue reading
In the nineteenth century Alcott and Stevenson created their respective novels Little Women (1868-9) and Treasure Island (1883). Both convey explicit and implicit ideologies concerning gender construction. In the late 19th century ‘domestic novels’ incorporating emphasis on home, character and … Continue reading