Associate Professor / Chair, Department of Business
Office: AB 217
- Ph.D., American Studies (Visual Culture & Dress History emphases), University of Kansas
- M.S., Textile and Apparel Management (Marketing & Merchandising emphasis, Women’s Studies Graduate minor), University of Missouri – Columbia
- B.S. Textile and Apparel Management (Marketing and Merchandising emphasis), University of Missouri – Columbia
- Sustainable Development in the Fashion Industry
- Principles of Fashion Merchandising and Management
- Dress and Culture
- Fashion Brand Management
- Dress History
- Sustainable Development
- Dress and Identity
- Harmonized Retail
Liljequist, A. “Soft, glossy tresses”: White women’s hair and the late- and post-World War II American domestic ideal. Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty, 8(2).
Liljequist, A. & Bertoncino, D. Art Nouveau and the symbolic blurring of women’s spatial and corporeal environments: The paradox of organic inspiration in fashion and interiors in Vaccarella, M. & Foltyn, J.L. (Eds.), Fashion Wise. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
Liljequist, A., & Bertoncino, D. Art Nouveau and the symbolic blurring of women’s spatial and corporeal environments: The paradox of organic inspiration in fashion and interiors. Paper presented at the International Conference on Fashion: Exploring Critical Issues, Oxford, England.
Liljequist, A. Inextricably intertwined: Cross designing, dual-focus publications, and product/pattern application in interior and apparel design. Paper presented at the Popular Culture Association / American Culture Association, Boston, MA.
Liljequist, A. & Bertoncino, D. Symbolic dislocation of women in interior product advertisements. Poster presented at the Women’s Worlds: International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women. Madrid, Spain.
Liljequist, A. ’However cheap and poorly made’: Mill women, their work, and fashionable dress. Paper presented at the Costume Society of America, Region Three Symposium, St. Louis, MO.
- International Textile and Apparel Association
- Fashion Group International
- Costume Society of America
- Educators for the Socially Responsible Apparel Practices