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Fashion Theory - The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture (Paperback, Illustrated Ed) Loot Price: R539
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Fashion Theory - The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture (Paperback, Illustrated Ed): Emma Tarlo, Annelies Moors
Fashion Theory - The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture (Paperback, Illustrated Ed): Emma Tarlo, Annelies Moors

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Fashion Theory - The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture (Paperback, Illustrated Ed)

Emma Tarlo, Annelies Moors

Series: Fashion Theory, v. 11

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This Special Double Issue of Fashion Theory on Muslim Fashions has been awarded an Honorable Mention at the CELJ Awards in 2007. This issue grows out of an awareness of the dearth of literature about Muslim fashion practices and a more general lack of literature that engages with the relationship between religion and fashion. It discusses how, for many Muslim women, religion, fashion, and politics are not incompatible but intimately related and reworked through dress. Contents Annelies Moors and Emma Tarlo: 'Introduction' Emma Tarlo: 'Islamic Cosmopolitanism: The Sartorial Biographies of Three Muslim Women in London' Amina Yaqin: 'Islamic Barbie: The Politics of Gender and Performance' Ozlem Sandikci and Guliz Ger: 'Constructing and Representing the Islamic Consumer in Turkey' Carla Jones: 'Fashion and Faith in Urban Indonesia' Caroline Osella and Filippo Osella: 'Muslim Style in South India' Dorothea E. Schulz: 'Competing Sartorial Assertions of Femininity and Muslim Identity in Mali' Mona Abaza: 'Shifting Landscapes of Fashion in Contemporary Egypt' Alexandru Balasescu: 'Haute Couture in Tehran: Two Faces of an Emerging Fashion Scene' Annelies Moors: 'Fashionable Muslims: Notions of Self, Religion, and Society in San'a' Emma Tarlo: 'Marjane Satrapi's Persepolis: A Sartorial Review

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Imprint: Berg Publishers
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Series: Fashion Theory, v. 11
Release date: June 2007
First published: July 2007
Guest editors: Emma Tarlo • Annelies Moors
Dimensions: 244 x 172 x 12mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 224
Edition: Illustrated Ed
ISBN-13: 978-1-84520-605-5
Barcode: 9781845206055
Categories: Books > Arts & Architecture > Industrial / commercial art & design > Fashion design
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LSN: 1-84520-605-3

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