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Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming /Reading Dress)

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Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming /Reading Dress) by Katherine Joslin
English | Jan 6, 2015 | ISBN: 1611686423 | 316 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 17 MB
Crossings in Text and Textile explores the diverse range of transatlantic representations of clothing in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century literature. This collection of essays demonstrates that fashion history and literary history, when examined together, prompt fresh understandings of the complexities of race, class, and sexual identity.

Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming /Reading Dress)
By bridging material culture and discourse, Crossings establishes the significance of fashion-while neglecting none of its aesthetic appeal-to offer historicized readings on a variety of topics, from Jane Austen's nuanced display of social interactions through the economics of muslin to the 1871 Park and Boulton cross-dressing trial and Jessie Fauset's selection of apparel to express racial power. The geographic span of textiles from different economic areas around the globe includes Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. By making use of transatlantic texts to consider the political and social positioning of both workers and consumers, the collection further expands upon the emerging cross-disciplinary study of reading dress.

A true "state of the field" work, Crossings in Text and Textiles charts new scholarly ground at the nexus between fashion, textiles, and literature, appealing to a broad interdisciplinary audience of scholars and students.
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Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming Modern/Reading Dress)

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Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming Modern/Reading Dress) by Katherine Joslin
English | Jan 6, 2015 | ISBN: 1611686423 | 316 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 17 MB
Crossings in Text and Textile explores the diverse range of transatlantic representations of clothing in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century literature. This collection of essays demonstrates that fashion history and literary history, when examined together, prompt fresh understandings of the complexities of race, class, and sexual identity.

Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming Modern/Reading Dress)
By bridging material culture and discourse, Crossings establishes the significance of fashion—while neglecting none of its aesthetic appeal—to offer historicized readings on a variety of topics, from Jane Austen’s nuanced display of social interactions through the economics of muslin to the 1871 Park and Boulton cross-dressing trial and Jessie Fauset’s selection of apparel to express racial power. The geographic span of textiles from different economic areas around the globe includes Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. By making use of transatlantic texts to consider the political and social positioning of both workers and consumers, the collection further expands upon the emerging cross-disciplinary study of reading dress.

A true “state of the field” work, Crossings in Text and Textiles charts new scholarly ground at the nexus between fashion, textiles, and literature, appealing to a broad interdisciplinary audience of scholars and students.
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Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming Modern/Reading Dress)

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Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming Modern/Reading Dress) by Katherine Joslin
English | Jan 6, 2015 | ISBN: 1611686423 | 316 Pages | EPUB/MOBI/AZW3/PDF (Converted) | 17 MB
Crossings in Text and Textile explores the diverse range of transatlantic representations of clothing in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century literature. This collection of essays demonstrates that fashion history and literary history, when examined together, prompt fresh understandings of the complexities of race, class, and sexual identity.

Crossings in Text and Textile (Becoming Modern/Reading Dress)
By bridging material culture and discourse, Crossings establishes the significance of fashion—while neglecting none of its aesthetic appeal—to offer historicized readings on a variety of topics, from Jane Austen’s nuanced display of social interactions through the economics of muslin to the 1871 Park and Boulton cross-dressing trial and Jessie Fauset’s selection of apparel to express racial power. The geographic span of textiles from different economic areas around the globe includes Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. By making use of transatlantic texts to consider the political and social positioning of both workers and consumers, the collection further expands upon the emerging cross-disciplinary study of reading dress.

A true “state of the field” work, Crossings in Text and Textiles charts new scholarly ground at the nexus between fashion, textiles, and literature, appealing to a broad interdisciplinary audience of scholars and students.
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She’s Not the Man I Married: My Life with a Transgender Husband

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She's Not the Man I Married: My Life with a Transgender Husband by Helen Boyd
English | 2007 | ISBN: 0000000000 | 280 pages | EPUB | 371 KB

She’s Not the Man I Married: My Life with a Transgender Husband
Helen Boyd's husband, who had long been open about being a cross-dresser, was considering living as a woman full time. Suddenly, Boyd was confronted with the reality of what it would mean if her husband were actually to become a woman – socially, legally, and medically. Would Boyd love and desire her partner the same way?
Boyd's first book, My Husband Betty, explored the relationships of cross-dressing men and their partners. Now, She's Not the Man I Married is both a sequel and a more expansive examination of gender in relationships. It's for couples who are homosexual or heterosexual, and for readers who fall anywhere along the gender continuum.
As Boyd struggles to understand the nature of marriage, passion, and love, she shares her confusion and anger, providing a fascinating observation of the ways in which relationships are gendered, and how we cope, or don't, with the emotional and sexual pressures that gender roles can bring to our marriages and relationships.
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