Chapter in new book ‘Slavery and the British Country House’

Proud to see this book arrive, ‘Slavery and the British Country House’, published by English Heritage, which includes a chapter by me and Rob Mitchell. Book edited by Madge Dresser. The book is full of insights into how the finances from the slave trade built the aristocracy and the legacies still visible in the British landscape. Link

WORDS INSIDE – Marginalia: Notes in Books (Shoot 3)

“There remains a woeful lack of critical analysis of capitalism here.” Book owned and notes by Graham Bottrill “NOT” The Book of Common Prayer On long-term loan from Christ Church Hanham, to Anja Thomson Note-maker unknown “1857” The Poetical Works of Lord Byron – owned by Anja Thomson Previously owned by her mother – Lines

WORDS INSIDE: Books, Marginalia and Technology

Civil Society Notes by the photographer Reason: Studying for PhD Published 2008, notes in same year ===== Pedagogy of the Oppressed Notes by photographer Reason: Studying for PhD, logging quotes Book purchased second hand, already contained some notes (not shown) ===== Of Mice and Men Inscription: ‘From Wendy, Christmas 1963′ (unknown) Published 1963 Book owned