Participation

You are invited to participate in this symposium by submitting a written abstract detailing scholarship and/or research study, an abstract of innovative teaching strategy, a design, or a proposal for a panel of speakers addressing some aspect of fashion and media (all panel members will have to register). All accepted abstract submissions will be published in the conference proceedings.

Symposium formats include poster sessions (wall mountable only), design work, concurrent design, scholarship/research and teaching presentations (each speaker will have 15 – 20 minutes), and panel sessions that are submitted will need to have a minimum of 3 participants.

 

Topics may include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Fashion in Fine Arts
  • Fashion in Print Media & Advertising
  • Fashion in Magazines & Marketing
  • Magalogues & Catalogues
  • Fashion on Television
  • The Internet & Fashion
  • Fashion in Public Relations & Events
  • The Runway As a Form of Fashion Media
  • Historical Twists in Fashion Because of Media Influences
  • Artwork & Design Representing Fashion Through New Forms of Media
  • The Impact of Social Media on Style and Fashion
  • Changes in the Psychology and Sociology of Fashion Because of Media
  • How media helps us to communicate fashion identities
  • Media and its relations to gender and fashion
  • Media and its relations to fashion and sex
  • Fashion, Media & The Body
  • Fashion, Media, Work & Careers
  • Fashion, Media & Popular and American Culture
  • Other Proposals Related to Fashion & Media

Symposium Chair:

Joseph H. Hancock, II, Professor