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Fashion Matters Mid-term Summary?
I. Mapping the Field. Definitions & Terminology FashionGaze ClothesUniform BodyPerformance DressUndress NakednessNudity OrientalismOccidentalism MasculinityFemininity SubjectObject WestEast AuthenticityOther DesireConsumption BeautyUgliness Japanese/Chinese/Korean->Asian -> American? TimeSpace
II. Fabricating/PerformingIdentity GenderSexuality PornographyEroticism AgencyPower OppressionInternalization UnveilingMasking SelfAudience Race Age ConformityOtherness DisciplineTransgression SpacesScapes
III. TextsandContexts FilmLiterary criticism FictionTheory/Cultural Studies PhotographyGender Studies HistoryAnthropologyMedia Economics Anime/mangaSemiotics Art History
IV. Entering the Ring Somatic TraditionalModern ReligiousPolitical Temporal Boundaries Spatial PublicPrivate LocalGlobalTransnational Socio-economic
Coming attractions IV. Cultural Regionalism V. Globalization VI. The Semiotics of Fashion VII. Undoing Fashion
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