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This winter, ADH members are invited to join the inaugural Lecture & Conversation Series via the virtual platform zoom.
The series will bring together Lectures from emerging scholars studying or practicing within the fields of dress history and fashion studies, along with Conversations from authors of articles published in The Journal of Dress History.
Our hope is to create a space for ADH members to shed light on particular topics within both dress history and fashion studies, and for the exchange of knowledge to be facilitated at a time when in–person conferences and networking events are challenging to hold.
For more information and for the series programme, please view this document.
These events are free to ADH members.
Existing members will receive a code via email that will enable them to claim their free pass on the Eventbrite registration page, here: https://tinyurl.com/ADH-L-and-C-Series.
If you’re not yet an ADH member but would like to attend, please purchase an ADH membership (only £10 per year) at https://dresshistorians.org/wp/membership.
The following is the Winter 2020/2021 Lecture & Conversation Series Schedule:
18 November 2020, 1pm GMT
“Thing to Wear” to “Thing to Undress:”
Representation of Japanese Kimonos in Late Victorian Paintings
The University of Tsukuba
26 November 2020, 7pm GMT
Luxury and Excess:
The Fan as the Ultimate Fashion Accessory, 1850–1900
The Fan Museum
10 December 2020, 7pm GMT
Addicted to Frills:
The Fervour for Antique Lace in New York High Society, 1840–1900
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, United States
15 December 2020, 6pm GMT
Twentieth Century Mexican Jewellery Aesthetics and its Mesoamerican Roots
Mexico City, Mexico
8 January 2021, 7pm GMT
Dressed for Knowledge:
Fashioning the First Female University Students from Central and Eastern Europe, 1860–1910
14 January 2021, 7pm GMT
“The Awful Significance of Trousers:”
Illustrating Gender through Workwear, 1914–1918
20 January 2021, 7pm GMT
Men’s Victorian Mourning Fashion, 1837–1901
University of Northern Colorado
Colorado, United States
26 January 2021, 7:30pm GMT
The House of Isobel:
Researching British–Made Interwar Design through the Image Archive
University of Lincoln
1 February 2021, 7pm GMT
From PPE to Fashion and Art and Back Again:
TYVEK® Stories from the ATOPOS cvc Collection
9 February 2021, 7pm GMT
Portraits and Performance:
Eighteenth Century Dress and the Culture of Appearances in Spanish America
College of William and Mary
Virginia, United States
17 February 2021, 7pm GMT
Uncovering Mariano Fortuny y Madrazo’s Fascination with Islamic Visual Culture in his Garment and Textile Designs
New York, United States
25 February 2021, 7pm GMT
Analysing Court Dress Regulations through Comparing Similar Late Nineteenth Century Imperial Russian Court Gowns
Emily Elizabeth Mackey
John Wiley & Sons