Kunst und Wissenschaft des Gehens:Geschlecht, Raum und modischer Korper im verlangerten 18. Jahrhundert - The Art and Science of Walking: Gender, Space, and the Fashionable Body in the Long Eighteenth Century

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alata-Verlag
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Chapter
Citation:
Kleider in Raumen, 2009, 1, pp. 14 - 30
Issue Date:
2009-01
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This paper is the product of collaborative research with an economic historian (Riello). Of this paper, a reviewer commended it as: âaim [ing] to do something that fashion historians have both repeatedly aspired to and just as often disavowed â ie. to link changes in fashion to broad changes in social and cultural context. It does so in relation to nation, health and science, but most interestingly in relationship to the built environmentâ. The paper has been translated into three languages: Italian, Russian and German; in Russian as âPeshie progulki kak nauka i iskusstvo: gender, prostranstvo i modnoe telo v "dolgom vosemnadzatom vekeâ, Teoria Mody, 1/2 (2007), pp. 127-162. The 2009 German translation was a major revision with 2000 additional words of new findings related to 18th-centry urban geographies and discourses of health.
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