Zyklus Mode und Textil 1

Silke Geppert
Collection and Archive, Collection and Archive
2023W, Vorlesungen (VO), 2.0 ECTS, 2.0 semester hours, course number S03983

Description

FASHION AND TEXTILE I     ANTIQUITY - MIDDLE AGES  (lecture in german) 

 

How did different identities dress in antiquity and the Middle Ages? Where did raw materials come from and how were they traded? What do we know about dress codes in antiquity and how do they live on in the Middle Ages? These and other questions of the material cultural history of textiles and clothing will be explored in this lecture using selected visual sources and other media. The following aspects are of particular interest and form focal points of the lecture:
- Basic knowledge of the history and functions of gender clothing
- Emergence of the production conditions of textiles and clothing
- Conveyance of the world and human image of the time periods
- Fashion and communication; rituals, gestures and dress languages
- History of economic and distribution processes, technical inventions
- Clothing and identity in the Roman Empire
- Clothing as a metaphor in the sources
- Dress codes of antiquity
- Raw materials and their processing
- Contemporary relevance of historical development

Examination Modalities

Requirements

Students must take a written exam at the end of the lecture dates. There are 3 examination dates. The written exam consists of open questions. The written exam can also be answered in English.

Attendance of the lectures is not compulsory, but recommended.

The lecture is held in german. The examination can be taken in english.

Evaluation and grading

The grade is composed only of the results of the written exam. In case of a negative result, the exam can be repeated up to 3 times.

 

Comments

Methods and expectations

Handwritten notes and drawings are encouraged during the lecture. Students are also allowed to use their laptops.  There is a script for each lecture.  Questions and comments on the topic may be asked at any time.

Basic literature should be read in addition to the lectures (reference library).

 

Aims

Students get an overview of the history of fashion and aspects of textile history. They can recognise fashionable silhouettes and classify them historically and socially. They are able to critically assess the fashion system of the present from the knowledge of history.

Organisation

This course is designed as a lecture. The contents are lectured, short discussions can be integrated.   The course ends with a written exam which focuses on the reproduction of the contents.

Material

The following materials will be made available to the students. Scripts - Extensive handbook in the library

Prerequisites

This lecture is an overview lecture with an introductory character. Previous knowledge of the content is not necessary.

 

Key Words

Rohstoffe, Kleidung, Transferprozesse, Materielle Kultur, Handel, Textil, Kleidung und Identität, textile work, fashion design

Dates

12 October 2023, 15:00–18:30 Seminar Room 2
09 November 2023, 15:00–19:00 Seminar Room 7
23 November 2023, 15:00–18:30 Seminar Room 2
07 December 2023, 15:00–18:30 Seminar Room 2
14 December 2023, 15:00–19:00 Seminar Room 2
18 January 2024, 15:00–18:30 Seminar Room 7
01 February 2024, 15:00–18:30 Seminar Room 7
02 February 2024, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 7 , "RAUMÄNDERUNG MÖGLICH! " (examination)
08 March 2024, 10:00–12:00 Seminar Room 3 , "2. Prüfungstermin " (examination)
21 June 2024, 10:00–12:00 Lecture Room 1 , "3. Prüfungstermin" (examination)

Course Enrolment

From 01 August 2023, 10:00 to 26 January 2024, 11:53
Via online registration

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