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  • Campbell, LG; Luscombe, DO (RAIA, 2008-01)
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    The 'long-eighteenth century' encompasses the years 1688 to 1832 . In this period, Paris became a focus for many types of fashion. This included novelties in the broadest sense of clothing, textiles and decorative arts, ...
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    A well-established history of costume has argued that a dynamic fashion system emerged within a conjunction of the competing polities of France, England and Burgundy in the la te Middle Ages, and also that, around 1350, ...
  • Macarthur, John; Stead, Naomi (Monash University ePress, 2006)
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    Writers from poets to philosophers engaged with fashion throughout the nineteenth century, frequently charting their own musings on the quixotic nature of fashionable change with their wider intellectual enquiry on topics ...
  • Zhao, Y; Zhang, C; Cao, L (IGI Global, 2009)
    There is often a large number of association rules discovered in data mining practice, making it difficult for users to identify those that are of particular interest to them. Therefore, it is important to remove insignificant ...
  • McNeil, PK (Berg, 2010-01)
    The history of queer dress in Australia resides in unpublished theses, memoirs, diaries, photographs, and the tn.emories of gay, lesbian, and transgendcl' people. Changing understandings of sexual practice, fro111 situational, ...
  • Wallen, LP; Brejzek, T; Haegen, GM (Suhrkamp, 2009-01)
    Moving through theatre and architecture in relationship to scenography the chapter positions the emerging field of scenography in the current debate within the spatial sciences.
  • Retamal, ML; Turner, AJ; White, S (American Water Works Association and IWA Publishing, 2010-01)
  • Clark-Coolee, B. (Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2007)
  • Mcneil, Peter (Berg, 2009)
    Many explanations are presented for the social role of fashion in modern life. The structure and form of Western European clothes are not simply a matter of adornment, or social interaction, nor are they vessels for ...