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ISBN:
1845200667
ISBN13:
978-1845200664
Author:
Susanne Küchler,Daniel Miller
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Berg Publishers (March 1, 2005)
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208 pages
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Clothing as Material Culture. Dr. Susanne Küchler is a Material Culture Masters Tutor in the Department of Anthropology, University College London

Clothing as Material Culture. ISBN-13: 978-1845200671. Susanne Küchler is a Material Culture Masters Tutor in the Department of Anthropology, University College London. Daniel Miller is a Professor of Material Culture in the Department of Anthropology, University College London, and the author of numerous books, including The Sari, with Mukulika Bannerjee.

Clothing as Material Culture. Susanne Küchler and Daniel Miller. By Joanne B. Eicher, University of Minnesota. The excellence of the collection in Küchler and Miller is based on examples in nine. chapters following Miller’s meaty introduction about the importance of the materiality of. clothing.

Clothing as Material Culture book. In sustained case studies, Küchler and Miller argue that cloth and clothing are living, vibrant parts of culture and the body. From the recycling of cloth in Africa and India and the use of pattern in the Pacific, to the history of "wash and wear" and why women wear the wrong clothes to restaurants, this book shows the considerable advantage gained by seamlessly combining material and social aspects of dress and textiles.

Clothing as Material Culture Susanne Küchler and Daniel Miller By Joanne B.

Daniel Miller, Susanne Kuchler. This book puts the material back into clothing. In recent years social scientists have become increasingly interested in theories of fashion, but have rarely directly addressed the material qualities of clothing. By contrast, traditional studies of dress have focused on textiles but often neglect the larger cultural context within which dress becomes consumed as clothing. This book fills a major gap by combining these two 'camps' through an expressly material culture approach to clothing

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Complementary to this work on separation from things are three books about shopping, the most influential of which, A Theory of Shopping, looks at how the study of everyday purchases can be a route to understanding how love operates within the family. 2005) (E.

Susanne Küchler, FBA is a German anthropologist and academic, who specialises in material culture. Since 2006, she has been a professor at University College London. She previously worked at the University of East Anglia and the Johns Hopkins University. Küchler studied anthropology at the Free University of Berlin in Germany, graduating with a magister degree in 1981.

Küchler, Susanne and Daniel Miller Clothing as Material Culture (Oxford, 2005). Breward, Christopher and Caroline Evan Fashion and Modernity (Oxford, 2004). Carlyle, Thomas Sartor Resartus (London, 1838). Carter, Michael Fashion Classics from Carlyle to Barthes (Oxford, 2003). Steele, Valerie Fetish: Fashion, Sex & Power (Oxford, 1996). The information on this page is indicative of the module that is currently on offer.

Daniel Miller, Daniel Miller, Michael Rowlands, Fred . yers, Matthew Engelke, Bill Maurer, Hirokazu Miyazaki, Susanne Kuchler, Nigel Thrift. Derek Miller, Daniel Ladouceur, Zoe Dugal. Категория: Образование.

Küchler, Susanne; Miller, Daniel, eds. (2006). Küchler, Susanne; Eimke, Andrea (2009). Tivaivai: The Social Fabric of the Cook Islands. London: British Museum Press. Tilley, Christopher; Keane, Webb; Küchler, Susanne; Rowlands, Mike; Spyer, Patricia (2013).

This book puts the material back into clothing.

In recent years social scientists have become increasingly interested in theories of fashion, but have rarely directly addressed the material qualities of clothing. By contrast, traditional studies of dress have focused on textiles but often neglect the larger cultural context within which dress becomes consumed as clothing.

This book fills a major gap by combining these two 'camps' through an expressly material culture approach to clothing. In sustained case studies, Kchler and Miller argue that cloth and clothing are living, vibrant parts of culture and the body. From the recycling of cloth in Africa and India and the use of pattern in the Pacific, to the history of 'wash and wear' and why women wear the wrong clothes to restaurants in London, this book shows the considerable advantage gained by seamlessly combining material and social aspects of dress and textiles.