Where am I?
Angie G. Liljequist
Instructor, Fashion Merchandising (Undergraduate) and Apparel Studies (Graduate)
- ABD, American Studies department, University of Kansas
- M.S., Textile and Apparel Management, University of Missouri
Research Area/ Scholarly Interest:
Her primary research interest is in the sociocultural aspects of dress and appearance.
- Chapter publication (Fall 2013). “Art Nouveau and the Symbolic Blurring of Women’s Spatial and Corporeal Environments: The Paradox of Organic Inspiration in Fashion and Interiors”. Co-authored with Denise Bertoncino. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
- Conference presentation, September 2010. “Art Nouveau and the Symbolic Blurring of Women’s Spatial and Corporeal Environments: The Paradox of Organic Inspiration in Fashion and Interiors.” International Conference on Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues, Oxford, England
- Conference presentation, January 2009. “’Kitchen-Soap Skin Isn’t Kissable’: Idealized Femininity in Post-WWII Personal and Home Maintenance Advertisements.” International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Conference presentation, July 2008. “Symbolic Dislocation of Women in Interior Product Advertisements.” Women’s Worlds: International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Madrid, Spain, July 2008
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