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[Commlist] Critical Studies in Men's Fashion 6.1&2 published

Mon Nov 04 12:34:38 GMT 2019

Intellect is thrilled to announce that /Critical Studies in Men's Fashion/ 6.1&2 is now available!

Special Section: 'Post-Soviet Masculinities'

For more information about the special issue and journal, click here >>

*Aims & Scope*

Critical Studies in Men's Fashionis the first peer-reviewed journal to focus exclusively on men's dress as a means of examining the tangible and intangible aspects of creating and maintaining appearance. The journal discusses gender, identity, sexuality, culture, marketing and business. All articles are double-blind peer reviewed. Theoretical and empirical scholarship in the form of original articles, reports, and media reviews is welcome.

*Issue 6.1&2*

Introduction <>

Andy Reilly

_Special Section: Post-Soviet Masculinities_

Guest editorial <>

Vicki Karaminas and Graham H. Roberts

Fashioning the ‘Performance Man’: Costumes and contexts of Andrey Bartenev <>

Olga Vainshtein

Between the gangster and the country gentleman: Male fashion during the volatile 1990s <>

Helena Goscilo

Queering the stitch: Fashion, masculinity and the post-socialist subject <>

Graham H. Roberts

The queer coat: Konstantin Goncharov’s fashion, Russian masculinity and queer world building <>

Vlad Strukov

The negotiation of masculinity and identity through clothing choices among Russian speakers in Canada <>

Alla Myzelev

_General Call Section_

Fashioning Muslim men: Appraising professional Saudi men’s attitudes towards the thobe <>

C. A. DeCoursey

Gen-Y men and ‘Fast Fashion’: Who values it? <>

Jihyun Sung and Hongjoo Woo

Fashion parades – for men only: Multiple tailor Hepworths, designer Hardy Amies and the marketing of men’s suits in Britain in the 1960s <>

Danielle Sprecher

Reconciling hyperconsumerism and sustainability in the island ecosystem: A photo essay of men’s street fashion in Honolulu <>

Attila Pohlmann


Menswear Revolution: The Transformation of Contemporary Men’s Fashion, Jay McCauley Bowstead (2018) <>

Michael P. Londrigan

Peacock Revolution: American Masculine Identity and Dress in the Sixties and Seventies, Daniel Delis Hill (2018) <>

José Blanco F.

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