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From the Publisher"At last, a new international jourbanal that brings together and discusses many aspects of the domestic sphere, such as interior design, architecture, consumption, material culture and anthropology. It will surely be welcomed by scholars and practitioners alike."—Pauline Rae, Library Manager, Royal College of Art'
"Promises to be an innovative scholarly forum for a crucial research area that astonishingly has never yet had its own 'home'. Explorations of the domestic sphere and its boundaries will knit together some of the most exciting interisciplinary threads in material culture, consumption studies, design and many other research agendas."—Don Slater, London School of Economics
"This jourbanal demonstrates the freshness of the insights that await those who direct their attention to homes. Drawing on a wide array of fields, from art, design and architecture to anthropology and history, the articles show the crucial importance of domestic space to humanity at large."—Benjamin S. Orlove, University of California Davis