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Crafting Inclusion for ‘Invalid’ Women

Vivienne Richmond, Head of History at Goldsmiths, discusses the Girls’ Friendly Society of twentieth-century England. The making of handcrafted objects has and continues to flourish despite the powerful juggernaut of global industrialization, whether inspired by a calculated refutation of industrial sameness, an essential means to sustain a cultural community under threat, or a rejection of the imposed definitions by a dominant culture.

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