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The handbook of textile culture / edited by Janis Jefferies, Diana Wood Conroy and Hazel Clark.

Other author/creatorJefferies, Janis, editor.
Other author/creatorWood Conroy, Diana, editor.
Other author/creatorClark, Hazel, editor.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, Plc, [2018]
Descriptionxxv, 478 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents 1. New Approaches to Textile Design, 2. Views from Australia and the Asia Pacific, 3. Curating Textiles: Stuff That Matters, 4. Textiles and Architecture 5. Patchworking Ways of Knowing and Making, 6. Making Known: The Textiles Toolbox -- Psychoanalysis of Seven Types of Textile Thinking, Section 2: Textile, Narrative, Identity, Archive Introduction 7. Binding Autobiographies: A Jewishing Cloth, Katya Oicherman, Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, Israel 8. Materials, Memories and Metaphors: The Textile Self Re/collected, 9. Archives of Cloth: Shadows of the Past in Re-Visioning Textiles, 10. Lived Lives: Materializing Stories of Young Irish Suicide, Section 3: Textiles and Globalization Introduction 11. Performing Globalization in the Textile Industry 12. Changing Perceptions of Curatorial Practice in South Asian and Commonwealth Textiles, 13. Quilts for the Twenty-First Century: Activism in the Expanded Field of Quilting, 14. Transforming Malaysian Hand Woven Songket in the Contemporary World, 15. Creative Resilience Thinking in Textiles and Fashion, 16. Use Your Illusion: Dazzle, Deceit and the 'Vicious Problem' of Textiles and Fashion Section 4: Textiles and the Curatorial Turn Introduction, 17. Curating Extreme Textiles: Designing for High Performance, 18. Social Fabric: Textiles, Art, Society and Politics, 19. Innovation in Australian Indigenous Fibre, 20. Kaunas Biennial: Spindling from Textile to Public Culture 21. A Global Stage: Curating Textiles from the Asia Pacific, 22. Envisioning Fibre in the Cultural Heritage of Hangzhou, China, 23. The Lausanne International Tapestry Biennials 1962-1995, Section 5: Textile Technologies and the Sensorial Turn Introduction, 24. The Fabric of Memory -- Towards the Ontology of Contemporary Textiles, 25. Indigo Dyeing in the Land of Its Origin: History Unknown, 26. Feeling: Sensing the Affectivity of Emotional Politics Through Textiles, 27. Reviving Kapiak: Understanding the Material Identity of Barkcloth in a Melanesian Society, Section 6: Developments in the Field of Textiles, Cloth and Culture Bibliography Index
General note"First published in 2015."
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN 2018005034
ISBN9781350074897 (pb)

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