7 edition of Establishing Dress History (Studies in Design) found in the catalog.
May 7, 2004
by Manchester University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
For decades, authors of books, creators of college courses, and organizers of professional societies adopted the word “costume” to refer to dress history. It was thought that costume was all-embracing, a label that included ancient and medieval dress as well as “fashion.”. Dress, body and self: research in the social psychology of dress Kim Johnson1*, Sharron J Lennon2 and Nancy Rudd3 * Correspondence: [email protected] 1University of Minnesota, McNeal Hall, Buford Ave, St Paul, MN, USA Full list of author information is available at the end of the article AbstractCited by:
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This book, the sister publication to The Study of Dress History, is the first to detail the history of the collection, exhibition and museum interpretation of dress of all kinds. It examines the earliest European developments in dress history from the mid sixteenth century onwards, and explains the interest in dress collection and display both privately and in museums in Britain, France, the USA and Eastern Cited by: Establishing Dress History.
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CHODA (The Courtauld History of Dress Association) was founded in to be a Continue reading The Journal of Dress History. Over the past ten years the study of dress history has finally achieved academic respectability. This book shows how the fields of dress history and dress studies are now benefitting from the adoption of new multi-disciplinary approaches and outlines the full range of these approaches which draw on material culture, ethnography, and cultural by: Establishing Dress History is, along with its sister book, The Study of Dress History (Manchester University Press, ), a welcome addition to dress and textile history and there is no more qualiﬁ ed a writer and researcher than Lou Taylor to have written these two volumes.
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