CFP “Dressing global bodies: Clothing cultures, politics and economies in globalizing eras, c. 1600s-1900s”

The clothes on our backs…are intimately connected with bodily experiences, cultural, social and gender portrayals. Economies of fashioning and re-fashioning demonstrate multiple priorities across place and time. The materialities of fashion are shaped by global flows of cloth and beads, furs, ready-made and second-hand apparel, in dynamic processes of exchange.

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