Social Studies: Week of May 25

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Dannijo

Ready for a plunge

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Perfect isolation spot. We can dream 💕
A post shared by DANNIJO (@dannijo) on May 28, 2020 at 5:49am PDT

 
Parade

Kate Moss forever

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We see your tie dye sweatsuit and we raise you an airbrushed T-shirt…👀 Surprises coming soon 💨🖌
A post shared by Parade (@parade) on May 27, 2020 at 10:32am PDT

 
Vexclothing

Rain on me

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A closer look @ladygaga ‘s look for 'Rain on Me' 💞
A post shared by Vex Latex (@vexclothing) on May 23, 2020 at 6:00pm PDT

 
Katespadeny

Summer chilling

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who let the dog out? 🐶🕶 #memorialdayweekend
A post shared by kate spade new york (@katespadeny) on May 25, 2020 at 10:02am PDT

 
Asliceofbambi

What’s for dinner?

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A post shared by Francesco Risso (@asliceofbambi) on May 27, 2020 at 11:47pm PDT

 
Eckhaus_latta

Dancing on my own

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David by David
A post shared by ECKHAUS LATTA (@eckhaus_latta) on May 26, 2020 at 9:09am PDT

 
Pppiccioli

Birthday

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Social Studies: Week of May 18

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Donatella Versace

What a campaign!

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What a campaign! Nadja, Christy, Claudia, Cindy and Stephanie – all goddesses! This was Fall/Winter ‘94 shot by the legendary Richard Avedon who’s birthday it would have been today. ❤️
A post shared by Donatella Versace (@donatella_versace) on May 15, 2020 at 11:04am PDT

 
Collina Strada

Punk quarantine

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Quarantine collection cloud dress 🌤made in collaboration with @charlieengman @tomikono_wig @sasha_melnychuk 100% of proceeds go to charity
A post shared by Collina Strada (@collinastrada) on May 18, 2020 at 8:47am PDT

 
Glemaud

Summer body

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Summer body 💦 #quarantine
A post shared by VICTOR GLEMAUD (@glemaud) on May 16, 2020 at 8:17pm PDT

 
Jonathan Cohen Studio

Inbox blooms

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Brand new bouquets launching on OUR FLOWER SHOP today (like these beautiful #Gladiolus ) just in time for the graduating class of 2020 (or any other occasion) head to jonathancohenstudio.com/our-flower-shop to see the new arrangements. With this three part series, we will be donating 30% of purchase towards @feedthefrontlines // #flowershop #graduation #bouquet
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Social Studies: Week of May 11

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Marc Jacobs

But really, who is she?

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Who is she? Who was she? Who does she hope to be? The good news is that @airinum is taking pre orders again on their masks. The bad news….hmmmmm. #theboysintheband #boyskeepswinging #betsey #KLUTEcute #JettboyJettgirl #backtomyroots #loveisabattlefield #wheretheressmoke @marcjacobsbeauty #MJAW2013 #sparc’ll #legendsknownocodes #eyedontknow #whatdoIknow #staysafe #stayhome #tothineownselfbetrue #turning #spreadlove #makehe(art) #gratefulnothateful #essential #GRATITUDE #FAITH 🧚🏼‍♂️
A post shared by Marc Jacobs (@themarcjacobs) on May 11, 2020 at 9:57am PDT

 
Lucky Brand

Get grooving with Lucky Brand #WinFromHome

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How old is too old to TikTok? Play along with us to #WinFromHome. Follow @luckybrand. Post a photo or video completing the challenge by 4pm PT. Tag @luckybrand + #WinFromHome for a chance to win denim and insta-fame! Our favorite submissions will be posted to our story, and one lucky player will win a grand prize with 25 runner ups receiving free denim DAILY! Because when you win, we all win. Find full rules and regs at link in bio.
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‘The Tuxedo Redefined,’ to Be Presented by NYU Steinhardt’s Costume Studies Program

“The Tuxedo Redefined: Formality, Fluidity and Femininity,” a new exhibition presented by NYU Steinhardt’s Costume Studies program, will be shown at 80 Washington Square East in New York from Jan. 11 to Feb. 5. The show explores how the tuxedo has been incorporated into women’s fashion.
Since the tuxedo was first introduced in the 19th century, it has evolved into the standard for men’s semiformal attire. “The Tuxedo Redefined” explores how women have appropriated the tradition of men’s black-tie attire, and the ways in which the garment has served as a tool for provocation that can reflect transformative notions of gender, class, and sexual identity.
The exhibit features clothing, accessories, photographs and films that demonstrate the reach of the tuxedo. For example, there’s a 1987 Chanel dress by Karl Lagerfeld, as well as fashion advertising and imagery for designer brands such as Yves Saint Laurent,  Gucci and After Six. There also are film clips and photographs featuring Hollywood stars such as Marlene Dietrich and Janelle Monáe.
The exhibit is co-curated by the master’s degree candidates of NYU’s Costume Studies program: Samantha Asam, Benjamin Chait, Lara Damabi, Amanda Driggs, Michael German, H. Colton MacKay, Yaritza Martinez Pule, Ayaka Sano, and Sarah Sebetich, under the

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Studies Of Travel: Italy…

Studies Of Travel: Italy…


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<title> Studies Of Travel: Italy; Volume 2 Of Studies Of Travel; Edward Augustus Freeman<author> Edward Augustus Freeman<publisher> G. P. Putnam''s sons, 1893<subjects> History; Ancient; Rome; Greece; History / Ancient / Rome; Travel / Europe / Italy
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Women’s Studies on the Edge

Women’s Studies on the Edge


At many universities, women’s studies programs have achieved department status, establishing tenure-track appointments, graduate programs, and consistent course enrollments. Yet, as Joan Wallach Scott notes in her introduction to this collection, in the wake of its institutional successes, women’s studies has begun to lose its critical purchase. Feminism, the driving political force behind women’s studies, is often regarded as an outmoded political position by many of today’s students, and activism is no longer central to women’s studies programs on many campuses. In "Women’s Studies on the Edge," leading feminist scholars tackle the critical, political, and institutional challenges that women’s studies has faced since its widespread integration into university curricula. The contributors to "Women’s Studies on the Edge" embrace feminism not as a set of prescriptions but as a critical stance, one that seeks to interrogate and disrupt prevailing systems of gender. Refusing to perpetuate and protect orthodoxies, they ask tough questions about the impact of institutionalization on the once radical field of women’s studies; about the ongoing difficulties of articulating women’s studies with ethnic, queer, and race studies; and about the limits of liberal concepts of emancipation for understanding non-Western women. They also question the viability of continuing to ground women’s studies in identity politics authorized by personal experience. The multiple interpretations in "Women’s Studies on the Edge" sometimes overlap and sometimes stand in opposition to one another. The result is a collection that embodies the best aspects of critique: the intellectual and political stance that the contributors take to be feminism’s ethos and its aim. Contributors Wendy Brown Beverly Guy-Sheftall Evelynn M. Hammonds Saba Mahmood Biddy Martin Afsaneh Najmabadi Ellen Rooney Gayle Salamon Joan Wallach Scott Robyn Wiegman
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The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women

The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women


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The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women

The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women


The Hidden Half is a collection of papers which are concerned with research and analyses on Plains Indian women. Covering a wide range of topics, this volume presents case studies which focus on particular aspects of the female condition in Plains Indian societies, mostly concentrated on tribal groups in the northern Plains region of the United States and Canada. This book''s focus is primarily historical, dealing with the conditions of Plains Indian women in the pre-reservation period, but also contains selections concerned with the role and status of women in the modern reservation era.

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Anarchist Studies

Anarchist Studies


Debi Withers and the RAG collective reflect on anarcha-feminist working practices, the processes which shape the publication of their magazine, The Rag, and more widely on the obstacles to collective writing, drawing on the experience of the RAG. Sandra Jeppesen probes her relationship to CrimethInc. and examines its influences, sub-cultural influence and development. Her assessment focuses in particular on CrimethInc.’s treatment of gender and sexual orientation, racism and whiteness. Matt Adams discusses Kropotkin’s approach to history. Reading the theory of mutual aid through this lens, he challenges readings of Kropotkin’s work which emphasise his fatalism, and argues that his concept of evolutionary change was fully compatible with his anarchist politics. The issue ends with a debate between David Goodway and Allan Antliff on Herbert Read.

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