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Die künstlerische hebung der frauentracht: vortrag (classic reprint) (german edition) - Die künstlerische Hebung der Frauentracht. (German Edition.

  Italienische Universitäten: medizinische Lehrmeister

Unlike any other object of material culture, clothing is associated in an immediate, sensory manner with the historical actor, his body, gender and actions. The concept of clothing as body technology (Craik) and the concept of the "visible self" in the English-language literature demonstrate this close connection between the body, personal and social identity, and clothing. 1 Clothing demonstrates the mechanisms of social inclusion and is both the instrument of visible demarcation as well as a method of negotiating cultural and social differences. European history is replete with examples of mechanisms of integration and exclusion in which fashion is used as a mark of identity.

As a central object of visual and material culture, clothing communicates and transfers social standards and cultural concepts with regard to the body, gender, aesthetics, gestures and taste, as well as images of the self and the other. Viewed from a micro-historical perspective, fashion provides an interesting field of observation because private and political processes are mixed together in fashion. 2 Its role in European transfer processes is thus very important, both historically and culturally.