The Interpretation and Display of Historic Dress through the eyes of a Fashion Designer.
November 2017 to February 2017
This book promotes an object based study of historic dress alongside cut and construction information and background source material to enable the accurate display of historical garments.
Costume in Performance
Materiality, Culture and the Body
Editorial Assistant and Researcher
March to April 2016
Written by Donatella Barbieri, published by Bloomsbury.
'This book conveys the centrality of costume to live performance. Finding associations between contemporary practices and historical manifestations, costume is explored in six thematic chapters, examining the transformative ritual of costuming; choruses as reflective of society; the grotesque, transgressive costume; the female sublime as emancipation; costume as sculptural art in motion; and the here-and-now as history.'
The Tudor Child
Clothing and Culture 1485 to 1625
September 2012 to March 2013
Written by Jane Huggett and Ninya Mikhaila, edited by Jane Malcolm-Davies, published by Fat Goose Press Ltd.
A social history of children and babies in the sixteenth century, drawing on the latest research and primary sources. The book contains fascinating insights into the way in which Tudor children were raised, educated and of course clothed.