Teaching Fashion Studies

 
 
Bloomsbury Visual Arts (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 23. August 2018
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  • 312 Seiten
 
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Teaching Fashion Studies is the definitive resource for instructors of fashion studies at the undergraduate level and beyond. The first of its kind, it offers extensive, practical support for both seasoned instructors and those at the start of an academic career, in addition to interdisciplinary educators looking to integrate fashion into their classes.

Informed by the latest research in the field and written by an international team of experts, Teaching Fashion Studies equips educators with a diverse collection of exercises, assignments, and pedagogical reflections on teaching fashion across disciplines. Each chapter offers an assignment, with guidance on how to effectively implement it in the classroom, as well as reflections on pedagogical strategies and student learning outcomes.

Facilitating the integration of practice and theory in the classroom, topics include: the business of fashion; the media and popular culture; ethics and sustainability; globalization; history; identity; trend forecasting; and fashion design.
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978-1-350-02290-4 (9781350022904)
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Holly M. Kent is Associate Professor of History at the University of Illinois-Springfield, USA. Her research focuses on women's participation in fashion media, and fashion studies pedagogies.
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Acknowledgements

I. Introducing Teaching Fashion Studies

Introduction: Holly M. Kent, University of Illinois-Springfield, "Teaching Fashion Studies in An Interdisciplinary Context"

II. Research Methods and Theories in Fashion Studies
1. Alexandra van den Berg Christensen, Independent Scholar, "Fashion Theory Review"
2. Sarah Wiggins, Bridgewater State University, "Undergraduate Research in the Fashion Studies Classroom"
3. Sara Marcketti, Iowa State University, Jennifer Gordon, Iowa State University, and Charity Calvin, Iowa State University, "Inspiration in the Past: Database Searches to Build Fashion History Knowledge"

III. Fashion Forecasting and Trend Prediction
4. Lili Golmohammadi, Goldsmiths, University of London, and Jay McCauley Bowstead, London College of Fashion, "Trend Forecasting, Taste, and the Production of Fashion"
5. Alyssa Dana Adomaitis, City University of New York, "Fashion Forecasting: Critical Thinking and Analyses for Trends"
6. Katherine Schaefer, Columbia College Chicago, "Identifying Apparel and Accessory Trends"

IV. Fashion Merchandising, Management, and Marketing
7. Michele Granger, Missouri State University, "The Fashion Formula: A Product Development Project"
8. Patricia Dillon, New York University and Putnam Art Advisors & Consultants, "The Importance of Understanding the Market Value of Historical Costume"
9. Shipra Gupta, University of Illinois-Springfield, "Retail Anthropology"
10. Michele Granger, Missouri State University, "Fashioning a Successful Business"

V. Construction, Design, and Object-Based Projects
11. Ingrid Mida, Ryerson University, "The Slow Approach to Seeing: Enhancing Skills of Observation and Writing Thick Description"
12. Diane Maglio, Berkeley College, "Object Analysis and Adaptation for the Current Fashion Market"
13. Alexandra van den Berg Christensen, Independent Scholar, "From Stays to Girdles: Understanding Fashionable Figures via Paper Corset Models"
14. Patricia Dillon, New York University and Putnam Art Advisors & Consultants, "Overcoming the Challenges of Distance Learning in Historical Costume Studies"
15. Anna Green, Michigan State University, "Project Runway Second-Hand Clothing Challenge"
16. Jody Aultman, Iowa State University and Sara Marcketti, Iowa State
University, "Developing Construction and Design Skills through Application of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)"
17. Alice Payne, Queensland University of Technology and Kiara Bulley, Queensland University of Technology, "Exercises in Critiquing Fashion's Classic Styles in the Design Studio"

VI. Diversity and Identity
18. Anya Kurennaya, Parsons School of Design, "Intersectionality Map Assignment"
19. Elizabeth Stigler, University of Kansas, "Analyzing Representations of Feminist Aesthetics in Print Media"
20. Mel Michelle Lewis, Saint Mary's College of California, "The Vintage Black Glamour Showcase: Developing Media Literacy and Cultural Competency"
21. Holly M. Kent, University of Illinois-Springfield, "Discussing Difference in Students' Fashion Blogs"

VII. Ethics and Sustainability
22. Alice Payne, Queensland University of Technology, "Weighing Up Sustainable Fashion"
23. Amanda Sikarskie, University of Michigan-Dearborn, "Thinking About Cultural Appropriation and Indigenous Fashion"
24. June-Ann Greeley, Sacred Heart University, "A Systemic Analysis of the Ethics of Fast Fashion Consumerism and A Call to Sustainability"

VIII. Embodiment and Daily Fashion Practices
25. Anya Kurennaya, Parsons School of Design, "An Exercise in Reflecting on Daily Dress Practices"
26. Laura Snelgrove, Parsons School of Design, "Experiencing the Clothed Body in Public Space"
27. Eileen Boris, University of California, Santa Barbara, "Fashioning Dress From The Rag Trade to the Runway"

VIX. History and Literature
28. Diana Saiki, Ball State University, "Making Models to Understand Ancient Greek Historic Costume"
29. Catherine Howey Stearn, Eastern Kentucky University, ""Putting the "I" in Iconography: Projects on Queen Elizabeth's I Royal Image"
30. Amber M. Chatelain, Eastern Kentucky University, "Analyzing The Social Functions of Dress in Different Historical Eras"
31. Catherine Bradley, McGill University, "Costume in Historical Context"
32. Patricia Lennox, Gallatin School, New York University, "Culture and Clothes in Pre-Modern Literature"

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