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"At Home in Renaissance Italy" Has Significant Public Impact

Posted on 12/02/2008
The Arts and Humanities Research Council, major funders for the Centre for the Study of the Domestic Interior and the affiliated exhibition at the V&A Museum, have published an impact case study on "At Home in Renaissance Italy", a project driven by the research of RHUL historians Amanda Vickery, Sandra Cavallo, and Hugo Blake. The exhibtion stimulated creativity, encouraged lifelong learning, deepened social identity, and strengthened social cohesion while bringing as much as L1.33 million in economic benefits to the United Kingdom. For the full study, seehttp://www.ahrc.ac.uk/images/AHRC_Renaissance_Italy.pdf


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