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by Catherine Richardson

  • ISBN: 0754638421
  • Category: Crafts and Hobbies
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  • Author: Catherine Richardson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge (February 16, 2016)
  • Pages: 312
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Catherine Richardson is lecturer in English and History, and Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham. Clothing Culture, 1350-1650 The History of Retailing and Consumption. Библиографические данные. Catherine Richardson. 1351950924, 9781351950923.

Catherine Richardson. Addressing the subject of clothing in relation to such fundamental issues as national identity, social distinction, gender, the body, religion and politics, Clothing Culture, 1350-1650 provides a springboard into one of the most fascinating yet least understood aspects of social and cultural history. Nowhere in medieval and early modern European society was its hierarchical and social divisions more obviously reflected than in the sphere of clothing

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Clothing Culture, 1350-1650.

Addressing the subject of clothing in relation to such fundamental issues as national identity, social distinction, gender, the body, religion and politics, Clothing Culture, 1350-1650 provides a springboard into one of the most fascinating yet least understood aspects of social and cultural history. Nowhere in medieval and early modern European society was its hierarchical and social divisions more obviously reflected than in the sphere of clothing. Initially published by Ashgate, Routledge welcomed the History of Retailing and Consumption book series to the fold in 2016. The series aims to explore all aspects of the broad field and to date, themes have included retailing, fashion, design and food with studies spanning the whole gamut of historical eras from ancient times to the twentieth century. Learn mor. ubject Categories. Early Modern History 1500-1750.

Addressing the subject of clothing in relation to such fundamental issues as national identity, social distinction, gender, the body, religion and politics, Clothing Culture, 1350-1650 provides a springboard into one of the most fascinating yet least understood aspects of social and cultural. Nowhere in medieval and early modern European society was its hierarchical and social divisions more obviously reflected than in the sphere of clothing

CAT YE93805 Series: The History of Retailing and Consumption. Catherine Richardson is lecturer in English and History, and Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham.

Routledge Published March 2, 2017 Reference - 312 Pages ISBN 9781315260068 - CAT YE93805 Series: The History of Retailing and Consumption. eBooks are subject to VAT, which is applied during the checkout process.

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Addressing the subject of clothing in relation to such fundamental issues as national identity, social distinction, gender, the body, religion and politics, Clothing Culture, 1350-1650 provides a springboard into one of the most fascinating yet least understood aspects of social and cultural history. Nowhere in medieval and early modern European society was its hierarchical and social divisions more obviously reflected than in the sphere of clothing. Indeed, one of the few constant themes of writers, chroniclers, diarists and commentators from Chaucer to Pepys was the subject of fashion and clothes. Whether it was lauding the magnificence of court, warning against the vanity of fashion, describing the latest modes, or decrying the habit of the lower orders to ape the dress of their social superiors, people throughout history have been fascinated by the symbolism, power and messages that clothes can project. Yet despite this contemporary interest, clothing as a subject of historical enquiry has been a largely neglected field of academic study. Whilst it has been discussed in relation to various disciplines, it has not in many cases found a place as a central topic of analysis in its own right. The essays presented in this volume form part of a growing recent trend to put fashion and clothing back into the centre ground of historical research. From Russia to Rome, Ireland to France, this volume contains a wealth of examples of the numerous ways clothing was shaped by, and helped to shape, medieval and early modern European society. Furthermore, it demonstrates how the study of clothing can illuminate other facets of life and why it deserves to be treated as a central, rather than peripheral, facet of European history.