FASH224 SP08 syllabus

FASH224 SP08 syllabus - FASH 224 SPRING 2008 Costume Design...

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Required Textbook Tortora, P. & Eubank, K (2005). Survey of Historic Costume (4th ed.). New York: Fairchild Publications, Inc. SPRING 2008 Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies – College of Human Services, Education and Public Policy– University of Delaware This course will survey the evolution of clothing and adornment of women, men and children from1600 through the 1910s. Particular emphasis will be placed on European and North American dress, with attention given to the origins and evolution of the fashion industry. Each period is explored through the historical, political, economic, aesthetic, technological, social and cultural factors that influenced clothing change. Course Description Learning Outcomes On the successful completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Identify basic silhouettes and key aspects of dress for each time period studied. 2. Understand the terminology used to describe historical dress. 3. Explain the significance of socio-economic factors and events that influenced clothing from 1600 through the 1910s. 4. Illustrate how dress reflects the Zeitgeist (the spirit of the times) for each time period studied. 5. Comprehend the emergence of the ready-to-wear fashion industry and haute couture. 6. Analyze & evaluate historical costume through images and artifacts. 7. Demonstrate the ability to search and choose appropriate historical costume resources for reference and study. 8. Recognize the influence of historic dress on contemporary fashions and theatrical dress. FASH 224 Costume Design and Production: 1600-Edwardian Period Dilia López-Gydosh, Ph.D. 302 Alison Hall West Phone: 302.831.6593 E-Mail: [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesdays 1:30pm – 3:00pm or by appointment Mailbox: located in 212 Alison Hall West Syllabus content: General Course Policies 2 Course Grade Assessment 3 Course Calendar 4
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GENERAL COURSE POLICIES Assigned Course Material: Students are responsible for all material assigned in the course. If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to get lecture notes or any other information discussed in class from a classmate. This includes all detailed verbal explanations provided regarding exams or the completions of assignments.
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course FASH 224 taught by Professor Gydosh during the Fall '07 term at University of Delaware.

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FASH224 SP08 syllabus - FASH 224 SPRING 2008 Costume Design...

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