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HUEC 4072:  HISTORY OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT AFTER 1700 INTRODUCTION Part II Dr. Jenna T. Kuttruff School of Human Ecology Louisiana State University
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Forms and functions of dress Form – what it looked like, what it was made from, how it was made, etc. Function – the purpose it served, how it was interpreted, etc. Factors influencing forms and functions of dress - why dress assumes the form it does in any particular society at any particular time
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Factors influencing forms and  functions of dress Climate Natural resources Human inventions or technological sophistication Culture contact and trade Economic system, conditions and events Political system, conditions and events Social structure, organization, conditions and events Religious system, conditions and events Aesthetic expression and art
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Climate World War II ski trooper, 10 th Mountain Division Historic Fashions Calendar, 2001, December
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Natural Resources (Left and bottom) Acadian naturally colored brown cotton ( c late 19 th century) Louisiana Agriculture, Spring 1988, pg 12 (Above) Bale of and shirt made using naturally brown FoxFibre cotton, Texas,1994 National Geographic, June 1994, Pg 71
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Human inventions or technological  sophistication Polartec pullover www.landsend.com Gore-Tex jacket www.landsend.com Logos: www.woolrich.com
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Culture contact and trade National Geographic , January 1984, pg 12-28
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Culture contact and trade Madame Recamier, 1802 (with cashmere shawl) Laver, 1985, pg 154
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Economic system, conditions and events Dustbowl winds, Oklahoma, 1936 We Had Everything but Money, 1992, pg 37 Make do and mend, c . 1930s We Had Everything but Money, 1992, pg 91
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Political system, conditions and events Mao suit, China, c . 1980s www.geog.okstate.edu
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course HUEC 4072 taught by Professor Kutruff during the Fall '11 term at LSU.

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