Étiqueté : mode

Parution : Matthew J. Ward, « The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales. Politics, Identity and Affinity », Woodbridge, Boydell & Brewer, 2021

The livery collar had a pervasive presence in late-medieval England. Worn about the neck to denote service to a lord, references to the collar abound in government records, contemporary chronicles and correspondence, and many depictions of the collar can be found in illuminated manuscripts and on church monuments. From the fifteenth century the collar was regarded as a powerful symbol of royal power, the artefact associating the recipient with the king; it also played a...

Colloque : “Materials of Early Modern Fashion”, en ligne, 7-8 octobre 2021

Materials of Early Modern Fashion is a conference exploring the variety of different materials used in the construction of clothes and accessories in the 16th and 17th centuries.   PROGRAMME DAY ONE: Thursday 7 October 2021   10.00 – 11.20: Materials and Global Trade Ana Howie – Global Materials, Global Identities: Cosmopolitan Dressing in van Dyck’s Balbi Children Hugh Chevis – Why Early Modern English Clothiers started using Spanish Merino Wool Saoirse Dervla Laaraichi –...

Conférence : « Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650 », Helsinki, 9-12 septembre 2021

Registration reopens in 2021 This international conference develops new perspectives in early modern dress and fashion history by asking two interrelated key questions: How did fashion beyond groups of wealthy elites develop in early modern Europe, and how can we gain access to the culture of lower social groups when so few garments survive, and sources about clothes are fragmentary? Combining archival, material, and pictorial evidence with experimental hands-on work and reconstruction, this conference explores...

Appel à communication : « Mode et morale », Lyon, Université de la Mode et Lyon 2, date limite le 30 octobre 2017

À l’occasion du colloque biennal organisé par l’Université de la mode, cette nouvelle édition souhaite interroger les liens qui unissent la mode et la morale. De Montaigne à Voltaire, des édits somptuaires aux prescriptions journalistiques, des injonctions dans le Coran aux lois de simplicité chrétienne, la mode a très tôt été analysée, contrôlée et condamnée pour des questions de morale. Les pouvoirs politiques et religieux se sont emparés du sujet pour imposer leur autorité sur...

Appel à communication : “The (in)human self across early modern genres: textual strategies. 1550-1700”, Galway, date limite : 28 février 2016

The (in)human self across early modern genres: textual strategies (1550-1700) Galway, Nui Galway University 22-26 août 2016 Recent studies on early modern constructions and representations of the self, the body and the human suggest a reappraisal of the notion of selfhood in terms of an unbounded – for example with respect to animals, or the in-human space of technology – and vulnerable form. As Cynthia Marshall noted: ‘Even as significant discourses were effecting the emergence of...

Appel à communication : “Framing the Face: New Perspectives on the History of Facial Hair”, Londres, date limite : 30 septembre 2015

Appel à communication : « Autour du visage : nouvelles perspectives sur l’histoire de la pilosité faciale / Framing the Face: New Perspectives on the History of Facial Hair » Londres, Friend’s metting House 28 novembre 2015 Au cours des cinq derniers siècles, la pilosité du visage a été au centre des débats sur la masculinité. Au fil du temps, l’évolution des opinions sur la masculinité, le souci de soi, le corps, le sexe, la sexualité et la culture ont fortement...

Appel à communication : « Fashion & Art History », York, date limite : 27 mars 2015

Appel à communication : « Fashion & Art History », York, date limite : 27 mars 2015

« Fashion & Art History » AAH’s annual Student Summer Symposium 29-30 juin 2015 University of York   Fashion and art often follow a shared trajectory of social, political, and historical circumstances. In collaboration with the University of York, the AAH’s annual Student Summer Symposium will explore the relationship between fashion and art, by inviting papers that engage with this subject across a wide range of chronological and theoretical perspectives. The influence of fashionable dress on artists and patrons of art has recently...

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