Fashion Theory: Volume 7, Issues 3 and 4: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture

Fashion Theory Volume Issues and The Journal of Dress Body and Culture Contents Special Double Issue on Fashion and OrientalismDorinne Kondo author of Crafting Selves and About Face in interview with Nirmal PuwarNirmal Puwar University College NorthamptonSkin Deep A H

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  • Title: Fashion Theory: Volume 7, Issues 3 and 4: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture
  • Author: Nirmal Puwar Nandi Bhatia
  • ISBN: 9781859737316
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Contents Special Double Issue on Fashion and OrientalismDorinne Kondo, author of Crafting Selves and About Face, in interview with Nirmal PuwarNirmal Puwar, University College NorthamptonSkin Deep A History of Tattooing An Exhibition ReviewAnna Cole, Goldsmiths College, University of London En countering Orientalism in High Fashion A Review of Indian Fashion Week 2002SContents Special Double Issue on Fashion and OrientalismDorinne Kondo, author of Crafting Selves and About Face, in interview with Nirmal PuwarNirmal Puwar, University College NorthamptonSkin Deep A History of Tattooing An Exhibition ReviewAnna Cole, Goldsmiths College, University of London En countering Orientalism in High Fashion A Review of Indian Fashion Week 2002Sumati Nagrath, University College Northampton What Happens when Asian Chic Becomes Chic in Asia Ann Marie Leshkowich, College of the Holy Cross, and Carla Jones, Emory UniversityWhite Paranoia Orientalism in the Age of EmpireAshwani Sharma and Sanjay Sharma, both University of East LondonExhibiting Spectacle and MemoryNirmal Puwar, University College NorthamptonUnraveled Yarns Dress, Consumption, and Women s Bodies in Ghanian CultureEsie Dogbe, University of LouisvilleFashioning Women in Colonial IndiaNandia Bhatia, University of Western OntarioFashioning the Colonial at the Paris Exhibitions, 1925 and 1931Michelle Tolini Fina, Bard Graduate Center for Decorative Arts, Design and CultureThe West Indian Front RoomMichael McMillan

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