Cross-pollination and Shifting Research and Practice Trajectories; Expanding the Field in Costume Research

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Cross-pollination and Shifting Research and Practice Trajectories; Expanding the Field in Costume Research. / Barbieri, Donatella; Pantouvaki, Sofia.

In: Studies in Costume and Performance, Vol. 3, No. 1, 01.06.2018, p. 3-10.

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title = "Cross-pollination and Shifting Research and Practice Trajectories; Expanding the Field in Costume Research",
abstract = "The connecting threads between the texts in issue 3.1 of Studies in Costume and Performance are not found solely through their content. They may be marked more productively by noting where their authors might situate themselves as researchers and practitioners in relation to costume. In this process, individual research and practice trajectories become evidenced, as also do points of connections and exchange between practice and research. From such an overview, an expanded view of costume emerges, which confirms its interdisciplinary and porous nature, one that presents with opportunities for further exchanges and research.",
author = "Donatella Barbieri and Sofia Pantouvaki",
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