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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Lincoln Leads in Material Culture Material Culture: The Power of the Image? Joshua Thomas, Robert Kerr, Sarah Bochicchio, Emily Glassford 02 Apr 2019
2 Fashioning Africa at Brighton Museum ASC seminar by Edith Ojo (Brighton based arts freelancer) & Nicola Stylianou (MoDa, Middlesex University) Edith Ojo, Nicola Stylianou 08 Nov 2018
3 Creative Commons Menswear Designer, Patrick Grant (New College, 2004) Menswear designer, Patrick Grant, shares his experiences studying for an Executive MBA at Oxford’s Said Business School, and talks about how he became an award-winning designer. Patrick Grant 12 Dec 2016
4 Texts, Talks and Tailoring: Adichie and her Fashion Politics Matthew Lecznar assesses the fashion politics of Adichie's fiction and public discourse Matthew Lecznar 03 Apr 2016
5 Creative Commons Dressed to Dissent: 'Catch-22' Clothing This paper examines dress as a form of anti-war Vietnam protest using the cross dressing character of Corporal Maxwell Klinger on the long-running American sitcom MASH as its focus. Marilyn Cohen 30 Sep 2014
6 Creative Commons Petticoats and fashion An introduction to the world of fashion and the politics of the petticoat, seen through the poetry of the time. Elizabeth Atkinson 16 Sep 2013
7 Creative Commons Clothing Eros: The Erotic Potentials of Dress Judith Clark and Adam Phillips in conversation with Frances Corner on The Concise Dictionary of Dress, erotic potentials of fashion, and the idiosyncratic collaboration between a costume curator and a psychoanalyst. Judith Clark, Adam Phillips, Frances Corner 04 Jul 2013