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The New Research in Dress History Conference 2019

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The Association of Dress Historians (ADH) supports and promotes the study and professional practice of dress and textile history. The ADH is delighted to present its annual New Research in Dress History Conference on Friday, 24 May 2019 at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.

Please join us for an exciting day of scholarship in dress history!

Nineteen speakers will present the following papers at the conference, listed as follows in alphabetical order.

Halfway between Private Noblewoman and Public Icon: Costume of the Dogaressa of Venice from the Sixteenth Century
Maria S. Adank

Mapping 1790s Fashion: From Artifactual Research to Citizen Science Input
Anne Bissonnette

Gold Trimming on the Costumes of King Karl X Gustav of Sweden, 1654-1660
Lena Dahrén

The Supreme Law for the Hat Is To Be Ravishing: The Theatre Hat Problem in America, 1875-1915
Harper Franklin

Clothing Republican Queens: Women’s Dress and Material Culture in Seventeenth-Century Genoa
Ana Howie

Researching the Remnant: Japanese Boro and the Designing of Frugality in Contemporary Fashion
Leren Li

The Female Fashion Suppliers to Empress Eugénie in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Paris
Alison McQueen

Medieval Bishops’ Vestments and the Performance of Masculinity
Paul McFadyen

Landed-Estate Clothing Societies in Rural Ulster, Ireland, 1830-1914
Eliza McKee

Maison Martin Margiela: At the Crossroads of Art and Fashion with a Unique Creative Process, 1988-2013
Soo Young Menart

Liberating the Natural Movement: Dress Reform and Historical References in the Self-Expression of Isadora Duncan,1896-1927
Alicia Mihalic

Early Modern Consumption Revisited: Clothes, Practices, and Social Relations in Seventeenth-Century Tallinn, Swedish Baltic Empire
Astrid Pajur

Marketing Mourning: Courtaulds’ Artificial Silk Crape and the Attempted Revival of Sartorial Mourning in France in the 1920s and 1930s
Laura Polucha

Party-Coloured Plaid and Its Use in the Eighteenth-Century North American Colonies
Michael Ballard Ramsey

Books of Secrets and Artisans’ Dress in Italy, 1550-1650
Michele Nicole Robinson

Sport and Sociability: Fashion, Cycling, and Other Physical Practices in the First Brazilian Republic, 1889-1930
Natália de Noronha Santucci

A Look at the Life and Career of Mary of Guise through the Lens of the Royal Wardrobe in Sixteenth-Century Scotland
Francesca Scantlebury

Nation, Dress, National Dress: The Development of Antonio Rodríguez’ General Collection of Costumes, Published in 1801
Danielle Smith

Wedding Shoes: The Hidden Gem
Pam Walker


All papers at The New Research in Dress History Conference are 15 minutes in length and are followed by a Q&A session.

All conference tickets include lunch and are priced as follows:

ADH Members (standard): £30
ADH Members (full-time students): £25
Non–Members: £40

If you are not currently an ADH member but would like to become a member and purchase a member ticket to the conference (at the reduced members' rate), you are warmly encouraged to purchase both an ADH membership (£10 only) and an ADH member ticket, at the same time, on this online ticketing page.

Conference tickets are non-refundable.

Please direct any questions regarding this conference to Jennifer Daley at chairman@dresshistorians.org.

Thank you for supporting the ADH, our conference speakers, and scholarship in dress history.


The reference for the tartan image displayed on this page is:

Sample of cylinder printed cotton with a tartan or checked pattern, Scottish, Dunbartonshire, circa late nineteenth century, National Museums Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland, A.1962.1266.10.1.100.

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