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Archives, Collections, and Curatorship

The Journal of Design History has a rich archive of peer-reviewed articles extending over three decades. This includes our Archives, Collections, and Curation (AC&C) articles which introduce and explore aspects of a design archive, collection, or exhibition as a resource for design historical research. 

If you are interested in preparing an AC&C submission for peer review, please contact the AC&C Editor, Zoë Hendon. Guidelines for AC&C submissions are published with our Introductions for Authors, here

Émigré Designers in the University of Brighton Design Archives
Sue Breakell and Lesley Whitworth
28:1 (2015) 83-97

The Colour Reference Library, Royal College of Art, London
Neil Parkinson
27:3 (2014) 297-308

Questions of Attribution: Registered Designs at The National Archives
Jullie Halls
26:4 (2013) 416-432

The 1920s Silent Movie Poster Collection at Kungliga Biblioteket, The National Library of Sweden
Erika Lunding
26:3 (2013) 321-33

The Getty’s ‘Pacific Standard Time’ Initiative: Exhibiting Los Angeles as an Epicentre of Mid-century Art and Design
Andrea Thabet
26:2 (2013) 199-214

A Mirror for Princes: The Ferrarese Mirror Frame in the V&A and the Instruction of Heirs
Tim Shepard
26:1 (2013) 104-114

Thomas Lamb, Marc Harrison, Richard Hollerith and the Origins of Universal Design 
Lynn Catanese
25:2 (2012) 206-217

‘Basketry: Making Human Nature’, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts 8 February – 22 May 2011 
Penny Sparke
25:1 (2012) 88-92

The Prison Uniforms Collection at the Galleries of Justice Museum, Nottingham, UK 
Juliet Ash
24:2 (2011) 187-193

The Delft Chair Collection 
Charlotte Van Wijk
24:1 (2011) 79-84

Deserving Attention: Margaretha Helm's Designs for Embroidery in the Eighteenth Century
Moira Thunder
23:4 (2010) 409-427

Schwitters Redesigned: A Post-war Ursonate from the Getty Archives 
Nancy Perloff
23:2 (2010) 195-203

Diversifying the Design History Curriculum: A Review of Recent Resources 
Emma Gieben-Gamal
18:3 (2005) 293-298

Archives and Collections: The Waddesdon Manor Trade Cards: More Than One History
Katie Scott
17:1 (2004)91-104

The National Irish Visual Arts Library Design Archive at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin
Paul Caffrey
16:4 (2003) 341-348

Dress for Egress: The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum’s Apollo Spacesuit Collection 
Douglas N. Lantry
14:4 (2001) 343-359

The New Zealand Design Archives: Digital Resource Building and Design History 
Frances Joseph
14:3 (2001) 227-236

The National Electronic and Video Archive of the Crafts (NEVAC) 
Matthew Partington
13:2 (2000) 151-159

‘An Object Lesson to a Philistine Age’: The Wall Paper Manufacturers’ Museum and the Formation of the National Collections 
Christine Woods
12:2 (1999) 159-171

The Central Saint Martins Art and Design Archive: Development of the Database 
Justin Howes
11:4 (1998) 337-341

The Central Saint Martins Art and Design Archive: Phase Two 
Sylvia Backemeyer
11:4 (1998) 335-336

Glasgow School of Art Archives 
Clare Mcgread
11:2 (1998) 173-174

The Camberwell Collection of Applied Arts, Camberwell College of Arts 
Jane Pavitt
10:2 (1997) 225-229

‘An insult to everything the Museum stands for’ or ‘Ariadne’s thread’ to ‘Knowledge’ and ‘Inspiration’? Daniel Libeskind’s Extension for the V & A and its Context. Part I 

Charlotte Benton
10:1 (1997) 71-91

The Archive of Art and Design, National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum 
9:3 (1996) 215-221

Redesigning a Chapter in the History of British Design: The Design Council Archive at the University of Brighton 
Jonathan M. Woodham
8:3 (1995) 225-229

Central Saint Martins Art and Design Archive
Sylvia Backemeyer
5:4 (1992) 295-300

The Herb Lubalin Study Center, New York
5:1 (1992) 91-93

The Archive of Art and Design, National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum 
4:4 (1991) 255-258

The Liddell Hart Collection, Liverpool Polytechnic 
Hazel Clark
4:1 (1991) 49-50

Fabricating Interiors: Approaches to the History of Domestic Furnishing at the Geffrye Museum 
Julia Porter and Sally MacDonald 
3:2-3 (1990) 175-182

The Archive of Art and Design: The Heal & Son Ltd Archive 
Meg Sweet
2:4 (1989) 273-297

The Preservation and Interpretation of Traditional Rural Crafts at the Welsh Folk Museum 
John Williams-Davies
2:2-3 (1989) 215-218

Textile Collections in British Colleges
Hazel Clark
1: 1 (1988) 73-74

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