Robin Netherton's collections of papers given at Kalamazoo
- Since Henry has informed us that Robin Netherton will be at CC28, I
thought you might be interested in this posting from her on h-costume.
On Tuesday 26 June 2007, Robin Netherton wrote:
> Someone asked me about the editing on "Scandinavian archaeological
> textiles" I'm in the middle of, and it occurred to me you all might
like a sneak peek of the tentative contents of Vol. 4 (2008) of
Medieval Clothing and Textiles.
> Flax/linen production in medieval Russia
> References to scarlet clothing in Norse sagas
> The connection between Italian and Anglo-Saxon terms for "wimple"
> Linguistic background of "coif/cuff"
> Analysis of an extant 14th c. coif
> A visual classification method for archaeological textiles
> The "Greenland gown" and mainland European fashion
> Women's turbans in 15th c. French illuminations
> Henry VIII's quilts
> So, the usual range of disciplines (art, literature, archaeology,
> language, history, fashion study), periods (Anglo-Saxon to Tudor),
and places (Russia, Scandinavia, France, England, Italy). We've also
noticed that each volume seems to develop "clusters" in certain
topics; this seems to be the one for Scandinavia, archaeology, and