Dr Serena Dyer is Curator of the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture. Serena previously taught History at the University of Warwick, and held curatorial positions at the National Portrait Gallery and Leeds Museums and Galleries.
Serena can be found on Twitter @Serena_Dyer
To find out more about her work, see www.serenadyer.co.uk
Serena is currently working on an academic monograph entitled 'Material Literacies: Women, Sewing, and Skill 1720-1860'.
She is also interested more broadly in the history of dress, consumers, and material culutre.
Dyer, Serena (2014) Shopping and the senses: retail, browsing and consumption in 18th-century England. History Compass, 12 (9). pp. 694-703. ISSN 1478-0542
Dyer, Serena (2016) From silks to spices: changing processes of retailing and consumption in eighteenth-century English towns. Journal of Urban History, 42 (3). pp. 647-653.
Dyer, Serena (2017) Buying British. History Today, 67 (8). ISSN 0018-2753