Dressing the past / edited by Margarita Gleba, Cherine Munkholt and Marie-Louise Nosch
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Haute couture in the bronze age: a history of Minoan female costumes from Thera / Marie-Louise B. Nosch -- You are what you wear: Scythian costume as identity / Margarita Gleba -- "On the borders of east and west" : a reconstruction of Roman provincial and Barbarian dress in the Hungarian National Museum / Hona Hendzsel, Eszter Istvanovits, Valeria Kulscar [and others]. -- A weaver's voice: making reconstructions of Danish iron age textiles / Anna Norgaard -- Iconography and costume from the late iron age in Scandinavia / Ulla Mannering -- Tools, textile production and society in Viking age Birka / Eva B. Andersson -- Spotlight on medieval Scandinavian dress: sources and interpretations / Kathrine Vestergaard Pedersen -- Tailored criticism: the use of renaissance and baroque garments as sources of information / Cecilia Aneer -- Costume in a museological context: dealing with costume and dress from modern Danish history / Tove Engelhart Mathiassen and Helle Leilund -- Cut, stitch and fabrics: female dress in the past 200 years / Maj Ringgaard -- Ancient female costume: from silent cinema to Hollywood glamour / Annette Borrell.
Minoan ladies, Scythian warriors, Roman and Sarmatian merchants, prehistoric weavers, gold sheet figures, Vikings, Medieval saints and sinners, Renaissance noblemen, Danish peasants, dressmakers and Hollywood stars appear in the pages of this anthology. This is not necessarily how they dressed in the past, but how the authors of this book think they dressed in the past, and why they think so. No reader of this book will ever look at a reconstructed costume in a museum or at a historical festival, or watch a film with a historic theme again without a heightened awareness of how, why, and from what sources, the costumes were reconstructed. The seventeen contributors come from a variety of disciplines: archaeologists, historians, curators with ethnological and anthropological backgrounds, designers, a weaver, a conservator and a scholar of fashion in cinema, and are all specialists interested in ancient or historical dress who wish to share their knowledge and expertise with students, hobby enthusiasts and the general reader.
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Gleba, Margarita, editor.
Munkholt, Cherine, editor.
Nosch, Marie-Louise, editor.
Print version: Dressing the past. Oxford : Oxbow, ©2008 9781842172698 (DLC) 2008299713 (OCoLC)148313205
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