Historia de la moda en América

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Arnold, Janet. 1970. “The Classical Influence on the Cut, Construction and Decoration of Women’s Dress c.1785-1820”. Costume 4 (Sup. 1): 17–23.

Baumgarten, Linda. 2002. What Clothes Reveal: The Language of Clothing in Colonial and Federal America. The Colonial Williamsburg Collection. Williamsburg Decorative Arts. New Haven; London: Yale University Press.

———. 2007. “The Layered Look: Design in Eighteenth-Century Quilted Coats”. Dress 34 (1): 7–31.

Benhamou, Reed. 2001. “Who Controls This Private Space? The Offense and Defense of the Hoop in Early Eighteenth-Century France and England”. Dress 28 (1): 13–22.

Bickham, Troy. 2005. “‘A Conviction of the Reality of Things’: Material Culture, North American Indians and Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain”. Eighteenth-Century Studies 39 (1): 29–47.

Bissonnette, Anne. 2004. “Fashion on the Ohio Frontier: 1790-1840”. Dress 31 (1): 57–71.

Brekke, Linzy. 2007. “Fashioning America: Clothing, consumerism, and the politics of appearance in the early Republic”.

Breskin, Isabel. 2001. “‘On the Periphery of a Greater World’: John Singleton Copley’s ‘Turquerie’ Portraits”. Winterthur Portfolio 36 (2/3): 97–123.

Buchanan, Brenna. 2017. “‘To Dress Against Nature and Reason’: Fashion and Transgressive Dressing in the Mid-to-Late Eighteenth Century British North Atlantic”. Ph.D. dissertation, Ames, Iowa: University of Iowa.

Buck, Anne. 1973. “The Dress of Domestic Servants in the Eighteenth Century”. Costume 7 (Sup. 1): 10–16.

Buckridge, Steeve O. 2004. The Language of Dress: Resistance and Accommodation in Jamaica, 1760-1890. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press.

Cangany, Catherine. 2012. “Fashioning Moccasins: Detroit, the Manufacturing Frontier, and the Empire of Consumption, 1701-1835”. William & Mary Quarterly 69 (2): 265–304.

Eacott, Jonathan. 2012. “Making an Imperial Compromise: The Calico Acts, the Atlantic Colonies, and the Structure of the British Empire”. William & Mary Quarterly 69 (4): 731–62.

Feeser, Andrea. 2013. Red, White, and Black Make Bluew: Indigo in the Fabric of Colonial South Carolina Life. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Fortune, Brandon Brame. 2002. “‘Studious Men Are Always Painted in Gowns’: Charles Willson Peale’s Benjamin Rush and the Question of Banyans in Eighteenth-Century Anglo-American Portraiture”. Dress 29 (1): 27–40.

Ginsburg, Madeleine. 1972. “The Tailoring and Dressmaking Trades, 1700-1850”. Costume 6 (1): 64–71.

Haulman, Kate. 2011. The Politics of Fashion in Eighteenth-Century America. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Hood, Adrienne D. 2003. The Weaver’s Craft: Cloth, Commerce and Industry in Early Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Johnson, Laura E. 2005. “‘Goods to Clothe Themselves’: Native Consumers and Native Images on the Pennsylvania Trade Frontier, 1712-1760”. Winterthur Portfolio 40 (4): 47–76.

———. 2010. “Material Translations: Cloth in Early American Encounters, 1520-1750”. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Delaware.

Kidwell, Claudia Brush. 1997. “Are Those Clothes Real? Transforming the Way Eighteenth-Century Portraits Are Studied”. Dress 24 (1): 3–15.

King, Stewart R. 2001. Blue Coat or Powdered Wig: Free People of Color in Pre-Revolutionary Saint-Domingue. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Kraak, Deborah. 2000. “Variations on ‘plainness’: Quaker Dress in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia”. Costume 34: 51–63.

Lara, Silvia Hunold. 1997. “The Signs of Color: Women’s Dress and Racial Relations in Salvador and Rio de Janeiro, ca. 1750-1815”. Colonial Latin American Review 6: 205–24.

———. 2002. “Customs and Costumes: Carlos Julião and the Image of Black Slaves in Late Eighteenth-Century Brazil”. En Representing the Body of the Slave, de Thomas Wiedeman y Jane Gardner, 125–46. London: Frank Cass.

Lazaro, David E. 2006. “Fashion and Frugality: English Patterned Silks in Connecticut River Valley Women’s Dress, 1660-1800”. Dress 33 (1): 57–77.

Loren, Diana DiPaolo. 2010. Archaeology of Clothing and Bodily Adornment in Colonial America. Gainsville: University Press of Florida.

Mansfield, Alan. 1968. “Dyeing and Cleaning Clothes in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries”. Costume 2 (1): 24–29.

Marly, Diana de. 1990. Dress in North America: The New World, 1492-1800. New York: Holmes & Meier.

McNeil, Peter, y Giorgio Riello. 2005. “The Art and Science of Walking: Gender, Space, and the Fashionable Body in the Long Eighteenth Century”. Fashion Theory 9 (2): 175–204.

Miller, Lesley Ellis. 2010. “An Enigmatic Bourgeois: Jean Revel Dons a Nightgown for His Portrait”. Costume 44 (1): 46–55.

Miller, Marla R. 743. “Gender, Artisanry, and Craft Tradition in Early New England: The View through the Eye of a Needle”. William & Mary Quarterly 60 (4): 2003.

———. 2003. “Gownmaking as a Trade for Women in Eighteenth-Century Rural New England”. Dress 30 (1): 21–37.

Montgomery, Florence M. 1970. Printed Textiles: English and American Cottons and Linens, 1700-1850. New York: Viking Press.

Newell, Aimee E. 2014. A Stitch in Time: The Needlework of Aging Women in Antebellum America. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press.

Parmal, Pamela A. 1997. “Fashion and the Growing Importance of the Marchande des Modes in Mid-Eighteenth-Century France”. Costume 31 (1): 68–77.

Pietsch, Johannes. 2013. “On Different Types of Women’s Dresses in France in the Louis XVI Period”. Fashion Theory 17 (4): 397–416.

Reinhardt, Leslie. 2002. “‘The Work of Fancy and Taste’: Copley’s Invented Dress and the Case of Rebecca Boylston”. Dress 29 (1): 4–18.

Shannon, Timothy J. 1993. “Dressing for Success on the Mohawk Frontier: Hendrick, William Johnson, and the Indian Fashion”. William & Mary Quarterly 53 (1): 13–42.

Silverstein, Cory C. 2000. “Clothed Encounters: The Power of Dress in Relations Between Anishnaabe and British Peoples in the Great Lakes Region, 1760-2000”. Ph.D. dissertation, McMaster University.

Staples, Kathleen, y Madelyn C. Shaw. 2013. Clothing Through American History: The British Colonial Era. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Stols, Eddy. 1996. “L’âge d’or du déshabillé: échanges et cultures vestimentaires au Brésil colonial du XVIIIe siècle”. En Échanges et cultures textiles dans l’Europe pré-industrielle, editado por Jacques Bottin y Nicole Pellegrin, Collection Histoire No. 2:277–94. Révue du Nord., Hors Série. Lille: Université Charles de Gaulle.

Styles, John D., y Amanda Vickery, eds. 2006. Gender, Taste, and Material Culture in Britain and North America, 1700-1830. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Summers, Leigh. 2002. “Yes, They Did Wear Them: Working-Class Women and Corsetry in the Nineteenth Century”. Costume 36 (1): 65–74.

Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. 1991. “Cloth, Clothing, and Early American Social History”. Dress 18 (1): 39–48.

———. 2001. The Age of Homespun: Objects and Stories in the Creation of an American Myth. New York: Knopf.

Waldstreicher, David. 1999. “Reading the Runaways: Self-Fashioning, Print Culture, and Confidence in Slavery in the Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic”. William & Mary Quarterly 56 (3): 243–72.

Waterhouse, Harriet. 2007. “A Fashionable Confinement: Whaleboned Stays and the Pregnant Woman”. Costume 41 (1): 53–65.

Weaver, Karol K. 2011. “Fashioning Freedom: Slave Seamstresses in the Atlantic World”. Journal of Women’s History 24 (1): 44–59.

White, Shane, y Graham White. 1995. “Slave Clothing and African-American Culture in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries”. Past & Present 148: 149–85.

White, Sophie. 1997. “Dress in French Colonial Louisiana, 1699-1769: the Evidence from Notarial Sources”. Dress 24 (1): 69–75.

———. 2000. “The Shape of French Costume Studies: Focus on the Eighteenth Century”. Dress 27 (1): 3–8.

———. 2003. “‘Wearing three or four handkerchiefs around his collar, and elsewhere about him’: Constructions of Masculinity and Ethnicity in French Colonial New Orleans”. Gender & History 15 (3): 528–49.

———. 2013. Wild Frenchmen and Frenchified Indians: Material Culture and Race in Colonial Louisiana. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

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