There are few histories as entangled as ‘global fashion’ in terms of crafting identities, negotiating change, developing technologies and making communities. Diverse ‘world’ fashion histories have often remained largely undocumented, outside of global fashion histories, or framed as traditional, ethnic and/or unchanging; that is, stereotyped and stigmatized as non-fashion.
CFP: International Europeanists Conference, Madrid June 2019
The European Culture Research Network [ECRN] of
Panel ‘Decolonizing Fashion’ at the Costume Society of America 2019 Symposium
Announcing the successful formation of the
European Culture Research Network [ECRN]
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(RE)THINKING FASHION GLOBALIZATION
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies invites proposals from Workshop Coordinator(s) to conduct two-week research workshops at the Museum during the month of July in 2019. We welcome proposals from scholars in all relevant disciplines, including history, political science, literature, Jewish studies, Romani studies, philosophy, religion, anthropology, comparative genocide studies, and law.
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