Table of Contents
Haute Couture in the Bronze Age: A History of Minoan Female Costumes from Thera (Marie-Louise B Nosch)
You are What You Wear: Scythian Costume as Identity (Margarita Gleba)
"On the Borders of East and West": A Reconstruction of Roman Provincial and Barbarian Dress in the Hungarian National Museum (Ilona Hendzsel, Eszter Istvánovits, Valéria Kulcsár, Dorottya Ligeti, Andrea Óvari and Judit Pásztòkai-Sze?ke)
A Weaver's Voice: Making Reconstructions of Danish Iron Age Textiles (Anna Nørgaard)
Iconography and Costume from the Late Iron Age in Scandinavia (Ulla Mannering)
Tools, Textile Production and Society in Viking Age Birka (Eva B Andersson)
Spotlight on Medieval Scandinavian Dress: Sources and Interpretations (Kathrine Vestergaard Pedersen)
Tailored Criticism: The Use of Renaissance and Baroque Garments as Sources of Information (Cecilia Aneer)
Costume in a Museological Context: Dealing with Costume and Dress from Modern Danish History (Tove Engelhardt Mathiassen and Helle Leilund)
Cut, Stitch and Fabrics: Female Dress in the Past 200 Years (Maj Ringgaard)
Ancient Female Costume from Silent Cinema to Hollywood Glamour (Annette Borrell)
Timeline (Agnete Wisti Lassen)
Reviews & Quotes
"An excellent resource... an enjoyable and useful starting point to understanding dress in the past with sufficient scope to open up the subject in a broad and thoughtful manner.'"
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 19.1 (2009)
"The natural market for this collection is the one it was created for: students of costume history and design, beginning their exposure to historic scholarship and as interested in the process as the finished product... a model for the presentation of focused, technical information to a general readership, combining scholarly rigor and careful methodology with an approachable style and respect for the nontechnical reader.'"
Heather Rose Jones
Medieval Clothing & Textiles (2009)
"One of the first books to look in detail at reconstructing the clothing of the past and is a good introduction to this vast and very varied topic.'"
Costume Vol. 43 (2009)