Fashion and Identity: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Social Trends Institute
Fashion affects society and society affects fashion. Reflections from philosophy, sociology, medicine, anthropology, psychology and psychiatry, and intersecting points.
Ana Marta González and Laura Bovone (eds.), Fashion and Identity: A Multidisciplinary Approach, Social Trends Institute, 2004
Fashion, Image and Identity
Fashion affects society and society affects fashion. STI's Fashion, Image and Identity Experts Meeting examined this relationship from the diverse points of view of the different disciplines represented in this volume. Thus this collection offers reflections from philosophy, sociology, medicine, anthropology, psychology and psychiatry, and intersecting points among the above.
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Editors and Contributors
Ana Marta González (University of Navarra) and Laura Bovone (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan)
Introduction by Diana Crane (University of Pennsylvania)
Raphael M. Bonelli (University Clinic of Psychiatry, Austria)
Ann Brach (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Colin Campbell (University of York)
Francesco Cecere (Director, Eating Disorders Center in Rome, Italy)
Alejandro Nestor Garcia Martinez (University of Navarra)
Maria Elena Larrain (Director of the School of Psychology, University of Los Andes, Colombia)
Maria Teresa Russo (Roma Tre University)