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Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion
Ilya Parkins, ed.; Elizabeth M. Sheehan, ed.; Rita Felski, afterword

University of New Hampshire Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Introduction: Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion –
Ilya Parkins and Elizabeth M. Sheehan
• FASHION AND RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MODERN WOMEN
• Fashioning Sapphic Architecture: Eileen Gray and Radclyffe Hall –
Jasmine Rault
• A Domesticated Exoticism: Fashioning Gender in Nineteenth-Century British Tea Gowns –
Kimberly Wahl
Smart Clothes at Low Prices: Alliances and Negotiations in the British Interwar Secondhand Clothing Trade – Celia Marshik
• FASHION AND CULTURAL ANXIETY
• Fear of Fashion; or, How the Coquette Got Her Bad Name –
Ellen Bayuk Rosenman
• The Discerning Eye: Viewing the Mid-Victorian “Modern” Woman –
Kara Tennant
• “Housewife or Harlot”: Art, Fashion, and Morality in the Paris Salon of 1868 –
Justine De Young
• FASHION AND THE MATERIALITY OF GENDER
• “Their Uniforms All Esthetic and Antiseptic”: Fashioning Modern Nursing Identity, 1870–1900 –
Christina Bates
The Face of Fashion: Race and Fantasy in James VanDerZee’s Photography and Jessie Fauset’s Fiction – Elizabeth M. Sheehan
• “More Than a Garment”: Edna Ferber and the Fashioning of Transnational Identity –
Lori Harrison-Kahan
• Afterword –
Rita Felski
Contributors
• Index

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