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Fashion History Crash Course in Paris 2020

Organization: University of Alberta
Date Posted: 1/8/2020
Primary Category: Special Calls & Announcements

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Fashion History Crash Course in Paris

Register now for the Fashion History Crash Course in Paris being offered by the University of Alberta's Department of Human Ecology! The course takes place August 2 -10, 2020 at the Paris American Academy. 

Whether you are new to the study of fashion or are established in the field and are looking for a meaningful professional development opportunity, Dr. Anne Bissonnette, Associate Professor and Curator of the Anne Lambert Clothing and Textiles Collection, will guide you through the history of western dress from ancient Mesopotamia through the 20th century. Dr. Bissonnette will use artifacts to illustrate the day's topics during afternoon visits to world class museums (museum visits are optional and, with the exception of a formal guided visit to the Cognacq-Jay Museum, informal).

The Early bird fee of $2000 CAD is available until February 28, 2020 and covers 8 nights of accommodation, 6 morning lectures, and several other events and excursions. More details on accommodation, the class schedule, and what you can expect to experience in Paris available on our website.

Please contact Raina Stephens, Academic Initiatives Coordinator, with any questions.
E: raina.stephens@ualberta.ca
T: 780-492-3824