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This course re-examines histories and theories of fashion in order to both explore and challenge traditional Eurocentric narratives around the evolution of dress. Through the lens of fashion and dress, it will explore the relationships between art, design, culture and history. A range of topics, including aesthetics, social change, trade and contact, colonialism and cross-cultural exchange and production and consumption will allow students to situate and understand fashion in relation to selected historical themes and concepts and among diverse communities.
Weekly Contact: Lab: 1 hr. Lecture: 2 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
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