July 26th, 2011 § 7 comments
A roundtable discussion on style and academe
Maintaining a blog as a grad student
Skinny Pants or Not: What Does A Teacher Wear?
Post-colonialism and ‘safari’ style
On Belting and Corseting
On subversion and self-disclosure
Dressing as daily drag
J. Crew and gender bending outcries
Gendering with Jewelry
Jewelry as Sign
Being unrecognizably mixed-race
Dressing for cultural inclusion
Bodies and Perceived Ethnicity
Appropriate vs. Appropriation?
Pregnancy in Academia
The (public) pregnant body
Discussing “feminine” vs. “masculine” clothing part 1
“Feminine” vs. “masculine” clothing part 2
And finally, our general bibliography on fashion history and clothing as discourse.
Thanks for compiling this list. It includes some of my favorite posts, as well as some I missed. Either way I’ll enjoy going back and doing a bit of reading. You came up with some wonderfully thoughtful posts.
Oh wow! I have some serious back reading to do! Although I do recall some of these discussions, some of the others look so interesting …
Thanks so much for the compliation of theoretical excursions. Very interesting reading. I’ll miss your thought provoking posts very much!
Thank you for compiling these posts. I am a relatively recent reader, and this will guide my exploration of what I’ve missed (and stretch out the leave-taking a bit).
I would also like to thank all of you for having taken on this blog. You have influenced me to be playful and take more risks in my own choices, as well as helping to train my eye. Plus I love what feels like a personal connection to all of you.
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