Paper sessions

Paper Session 1 / Joint Meeting with ICME, 4 July 2016: Dress and Ethnography

14.00–14.15
Paolo Piquereddu
The New Sardinian Museum of Costumes

14.15–14.30
Aki Yamakawa
Kyoto, a Treasure house of Traditional Japanese Costume

14.30–14.45
Esther Sophia Sünderhauf
The Ethnographic Holdings of the Von Parish Costume Library in Munich

14.45–14.55
Q&A

14.55–15.10
Caroline Bourgeois
Fabrication de mannequins pour Porter son identité – La collection Premiers Peuples

15.10–15.25
Christine Müller-Radloff
Do we still need an exhibition of Siberian clothing in the museum in the age of globalization? About a loan of ethnographic objects from animal materials and the issue of their contaminant loads

15.25–15.40
George Kalandia
The Costume of Queen Tamar as a Symbol of Georgian Political Orientation and Strength

15.40–15.50
Q&A

15.50–16.10
Coffee break

16.10–16.20
Supreo Chanda
Innovative Curatorial Practices in Indian Ethnographic Museums

16.20–16.30
Desiree Nanuses
The Blind Spot: Effects of Global Trade, Patronage and Collecting History in the Colonial Period

16.30–16.40
Brittany Lauren Wheeler
Repatriation, Geography and Mediation

16.50–17.05
Q&A

17.05–17.15
Jeremy Silvester
Africa Accessioned

17.15–17.25
Emilia Epštajn
The Museum is (not) Just a Building III: In Whose Name (Do) We Speak? Identifying an Absent “African” and Present “Museum” Community at the Museum of African Art in Belgrade

17.25–17.35
Takibata Mariko
How Can we Protest our Misrepresentation in Museums of Foreign Countries?

17.35–17.45
Pauline van der Zee
Making a Difference by Intermediating Differences: the Ethnographic Collections of Ghent University

17.45–18.00
Q&A

18.00–18.05
Thank you

 

Paper Session 2, 5 July 2016: Costume Museums and the Interpretation of Cultural Landscapes

15.00–15.15
Dieter Suls / Natalia Ortega Saez
The RE-usable fashion museum : crowdfunding a study collection at MoMu (Antwerp) / Object based pedagogy and engaged practice using a study collection at the Antwerp University

15.15–15.30
Matteo Augello
Fashion Company Archives in Italy: An evolution of regional museums

15.30–15.45
Eve Demoen
The Belgian Fashion Museum Scene: A case study

15.45–16.00
Paola di Trocchio
Anna Piaggi: Walking museum

16.00–16.20
Q&A

16.20–17.00
Coffee break

17.00–17.15
Yayoi Motohashi
How Did the Miyake Issey Exhibition Influence the Cultural Landscape of Roppongi?

17.15–17.30
Alexandra Kim
Clothing as a Gateway to Understanding Canadian Landscapes

17.30–17.45
Neil Brochu
Trousers in the Attic: Case for a concealed garment in a 19th century Canadian tavern

17.45–18.00
Q&A

 

Paper Session 3, 6 July 2016: Individuality versus Tradition

14.00–14.15
Felicitas Maeder
Landscape of Sea-Silk: Traces of traditional production places around the Mediterranean Sea

14.15–14.30
Nathaniel Prottas / Isabel Termini
From Past to Contemporary Significance: Engaging Students in a social history of the covered head

14.30–14.45
Dorothea Nicolai
Wuppertal: Traces of a glorious textile past

14.45–15.00
Q&A

15.00–15.15
Joanna Regina Kowalska
How to be a Fashionable Woman in the Reality of the Communist Poland

15.15–15.30
Lucia Floriana Savi
Objects VS Things: Mrs. Abegg wardrobe

15.30–15.45
Q&A

15.45–16.15
Coffee break

16.15–16.30
Bernard Berthod
Le costume des chanoines dans l’Europe catholique, permanence et particularisms nationaux (Clothing Worn by Canons in Catholic Europe)

16.30–16.45
Patricia Reymond
Garments of Lights, Sounds and Wind: Olympic ceremonies costumes

16.45–17.00
Silke Geppert
…That is Costume at its Most Perfect… Fashion in Frida Parmeggiani´s costume design

17.00–17.15
Ykje Wildenborg
New Solutions for Old Problems: fashion terminology after the digital revolution

17.15–17.35
Q&A