Innovative Methodologies for Research in Fashion Studies: A Doctoral and Post-doctoral Forum.
On behalf of the critical fashion studies seminar (cfss) we are delighted to announce our second event which is scheduled for November 24th.
This event will focus on current PhDs and post-doctoral researchers presenting work-in-progress that pushes ahead with innovative methodologies and new critical perspectives, with a view to extending the remit of scholarship in fashion studies today. There will be 3 panels of 3 presentations with a final plenary with an opportunity to discuss academic career trajectories, questions of diversity and equality, and national and international initiatives. Each research panel presentation will be 10 minutes leaving 15 minutes for questions. These will be chaired by our CFSS team from Goldsmiths, Kings, CSM and LCF.
The CFSS is convened by Dr. Joanne Entwistle (King’s College), Professor Angela McRobbie (Goldsmiths), Professor Agnès Rocamora (LCF, UAL) and Dr. Jane Tynan (CSM, UAL)
1-2pms: Introduction and welcome
2-2.45pm: Panel 1 chair - Agnès Rocamora (LCF, UAL)
Suzanne Rowland (University of Brighton) ‘Storytelling as a research method in fashion and dress’
Lindsay parker (Kings College London) ‘Fashion capital and eco-habitus: the fashion library as a network of mediation’
Teleica Kirkland, (Goldsmiths College, University of London) TBA
3-3.45pm: Panel 2 chair - Jane Tynan (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam)
Romana Mirza (Ryerson University Canada) ‘An exploration of intersectional identities using digital storytelling in fashion studies’
Anna Audo (Université de Paris) ‘Big time sensuality: framing the contemporary fashion encounter in the museum’
Maya Amrami, (LCF) ‘Instagram golem in the lacanian roulette’
4-4.45pm: Panel 3 chair - Angela McRobbie, (Goldsmiths College, University of London) Namkyu Chun, (Aalto university) ‘Re(dis)covering fashion designers: interweaving dressmaking and placemaking’
Paulo Franzo, (Iuav University of Venice) ‘Hybrid methodology for research on fashion futuring in italy’
Sophie wood, (Manchester Metropolitan University) ‘From materiality to emotion: innovative methods in wardrobe studies’
4.45- 5.30pm: Plenary and discussion chair - Jo Entwistle (Kings College, London)
On fashion academic pathways for the PhD experience and after with Marcus Alfonsetti, Independent Researcher and Associate Lecturer at Central St Martins.
This conversation will be hosted online with zoom.
Meeting ID: 527 104 8709
We will email ticket holders on the day of the event with a password to join the meeting.
There is a maximum capacity of the zoom event to 500 people.
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Dates & times
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|24 Nov 2020||1:45pm - 5:30pm|
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