Fashion, Identity, and Power in Modern Asia

WHEN:

Fri December 1st 2017
Ended

WHERE:

Asian American / Asian Research Institude, CUNY, 25 West 43rd Street, Room 1000, New York, 10036

WHAT:

"This book project assembles innovative research on the themes of dress reform ca. 1850s-1940s in East Asia. Professor Pyun’s lecture explores Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages of dress, body, and gender identity in the larger contexts of trade, power, modernization, and socio-political discourses. Essays in this volume illuminate, with an unprecedented scope and from a transcultural perspective, the intersections between art history, fashion history, history of consumption, political and economic history, and cultural studies."

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