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Possible Costumer Interaction Fw: [sewinghistoric] Call for Papers

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  • Joe Jj
    Saluti, I m not very active on this list but this sounds like a great way to interact with other costuming groups and the professionals. Lady Leonarda
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 5, 2011
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      Saluti,
      I'm not very active on this list but this sounds like a great way to interact with other costuming groups and the professionals.
      Lady Leonarda Castellani 
      ----- Forwarded Message -----
      >From: thecostumersmanifesto <thecostumersmanifesto@...>
      >To: sewinghistoric@yahoogroups.com
      >Sent: Sunday, September 4, 2011 2:49 PM
      >Subject: [sewinghistoric] Call for Papers
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      >----- Forwarded Message -----
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      >From: Heather Vaughan <heather.a.vaughan@...>
      >To: Tara Maginnis <thecostumersmanifesto@...>; Deidre Thieman <Deidre.Thieman@...>; satalexandria@...
      >Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 7:52 AM
      >Subject: Call For Papers: "Interpreting History through Costume"
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      >Costume Society of America: Western Region 2012 Symposium
      >"Interpreting History through Costume"
      >March 17-18, 2012
      >at The William S. Hart Ranch & Museum in Santa Clarita, CA
      >Call for Papers
      >The Western Region Symposium offers an opportunity for established Members and potential New Members to present Oral Research Papers or Research-in Progress, reports on unpublished research, new creations and/or practical experience.
      >Possible Topics Include: Designing costume for period theatrical or dance performances, films or television shows; Comparisons between recreated garments, or garments designed for performance, with actual historic garments; The importance of costume in the understanding of social, political & world history; How costumed docents enhance the understanding of museum collections & the visitor experience; Use of costume in non-costume exhibitions: an opportunity to provide context; Pursuit of the past: the impulse to collect historic dress; Using dress to create an historic character or personage for reenactment.
      >Proposals are welcome from:
      >• CSA Members
      >• General & California Historians
      >• Costume & Textile Historians
      >• Film, Television & Theatre Historians & Designers
      >• Art Historians & Artists
      >• Docents
      >• Museum & Archives Professionals
      >• Re-Enactors & Re-enactment groups
      >• Costume & Clothing Collectors
      >• Film Enthusiasts & Collectors
      >• Historical Musicians & Musical groups
      >• Students
      >Two types of Presentations are invited:
      >1. Oral Papers are appropriate for the presentation of new research findings, case studies and conclusions. Limited to 20 minutes for a presentation. All visuals must be in PowerPoint format.
      >2. Research in Progress Reports are appropriate for the presentation of ongoing research to elicit feedback from registrants for additional research sources and/or comments on methodology. Limited to 10 minutes for presentation. All visuals must be in PowerPoint format.
      >Deadlines: Your proposal abstract and email must be received by October 15, 2011
      >To download the full call for papers, Click here (.doc)
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      >http://fashionhistorian.net/blog/2011/08/31/call-for-papers-interpreting-history-through-costume/
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