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Djurdja Bartlett

Profession
Reader in Histories and Cultures of Fashion
Djurdja  Bartlett

EFHA International Conference 2019

Fashion and the Politics of Heritage

Biography

Roles

Reader in Histories and Cultures of Fashion;

Coordinator of the Transnational Fashion Hub (2017-on);

Member of the research centre for Transnational Art, Identity and Nation (TrAIN, UAL, 2015-on)

Relevant publications

FashionEast: the Spectre That Haunted Socialism (MIT Press, 2010); ‘Can Fashion Be Defended?’. In: Bartlett, Djurdja (ed.) Fashion and Politics (Yale University Press, 2019);European Fashion Histories: Style, Society and Politics (Bloomsbury Visual Arts, Forthcoming, 2021)

Research interests

Transnational fashion; Visual Arts and Applied Arts; Media Studies; Heritage Studies: Museum Collections & Archives; Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies

Teaching

Fashion, Taste and Consumer Culture;Fashion, Film and Digital Production; Research Methods; MA Tutorials; PhD Supervision.

International collaborations

‘Fashion Politics’, LCF/UAL and Parsons Paris (2020-on); member of the Scientific Committee of the European Fashion Heritage Association (EFHA, 2017-on).

External funding

PI: AHRC Research Fellowship ‘Translating Fashion: Eastern Europe, Western Europe, 1910-2010’, 2012-2014); PI: Pasold Small Research Grant (2011); PI: The British Academy Small Research Grant (2009-2010); CI: ‘Establishing a Theoretic Framework of Shanghai Fashion’ (collaborative research project: Donghua University, Shanghai; Edinburgh College of Art, London College of Fashion, UAL, 2014-2017).

Relevant conferences / symposia

‘Fashion in a New World Order’, Pushkin House, London, June 2020; keynote ‘Red Diors: Between Ideology and Couture’. At the conference Diors of the Eastern Bloc. Hungarian National Museum, Budapest, February 2020; The EFHA annual conference ‘Fashion and the Politics of Heritage’, London College of Fashion, UAL, November 2019