Fourth Annual Building History Lecture by Marilyn Palmer

08.04.2017 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


“'Enormous, complicated and highly articulated machines' (Girouard ,1979): the introduction of  Domestic technology in Victorian and early Edwardian Country houses" by  Marilyn Palmer (University of Leicester)
Fitzpatrick Hall, Queens' College, Cambridge
Saturday 8th April at 6 pm. Followed by a wine reception in the college bar from 7.15pm

Marilyn Palmer has been a leading figure in the study, recording and advocacy of industrial archaeology for many years, and became the country’s first Professor of Industrial Archaeology in 2000.
Free admission; all welcome.