Textile History

(The TQCC of Textile History is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Reinterpreting Adire Cloth in Northern Nigeria5
The Rise and Fall of the Spinning Jenny: Domestic Mechanisation in Eighteenth-Century Cotton Spinning5
The Crutchley Archive: Red Colours on Wool Fabrics from Master Dyers, London 1716–17443
Women’s Dress and the Demise of the Tailoring Monopoly: Farthingale-Makers, Body-Makers and the Changing Textile Marketplace of Seventeenth-Century London2
Why Early Modern English Clothiers Started Using Spanish Wool2
Recognising the Co-dependence of Machine and Hand in the Scottish Knitwear Industry2
Weaving Connections: Sicilian Silk in the Medieval Mediterranean1
Dressed ‘as if for a Carnival’: Solving the Mystery of the Origins of Children’s Fashion. A New Perspective on the History and Historiography of Children’s Dress1
Engineering Brussels Tapestry: Development, Uses and Effects of the Privilege System, 1600–17001
From Kings to Kids: Refashioning Akan Adinkra Symbols as ‘African’ Motifs in a Nineteenth-Century British Cloth Design1
The Stocking Knitting Industry of Later Sixteenth-Century Norwich1
‘Dressed to the Nines’, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, 7 December 2019–4 September 20201
Fashioning Spain: From Mantillas to Rosalía0
Steven Toms, Financing Cotton: British Industrial Growth and Decline, 1780–20000
‘150 Years of the Royal School of Needlework: Crown to Catwalk’. Fashion and Textile Museum, London, UK, 1 April 2022–4 September 20220
Brenda M. King, The Wardle Family and its Circle: Textile Production in the Arts and Crafts Era0
Bracha Yaniv, Ceremonial Synagogue Textiles: From Ashkenazi, Sephardi, and Italian Communities0
Women’s Ready-to-Wear Multiple Retailers 1860–1914: H. J. Nicoll and Alfred Stedall0
Barbara Burman and Ariane Fennetaux, The Pocket: A Hidden History of Women’s Lives, 1660–19000
BuYun Chen, Empire of Style: Silk and Fashion in Tang China0
Production of Uniform Cloth and Military Uniforms in Russia (1698–1762)0
‘Be sure to incorporate a little history’: Nostalgia and Stories of Place in Cape Breton Overshot Weaving0
Lorinda Cramer, Needlework & Women’s Identity in Colonial Australia0
Pasold Research Fund/Taylor & Francis Textile History Open Access First Publication Award0
Fibershed: Growing a Movement of Farmers, Fashion Activists, and Makers for a New Textile Economy0
Behind the Seams: Global Circulations in a Group of Japanese-Inspired Cotton Nightgowns c. 17000
Pam Inder, The Rag Trade: The People Who Made Our Clothes0
Pasold Research Fund/Taylor & Francis Textile History Open Access First Publication Award0
Concha Herrero Carretero, Álvaro Molina and Jesusa Vega, La Decoración ideada por François Grognard para los apartamento0
‘Artful Nature: Fashion and Theatricality 1770–1830’, Lewis Walpole Library, Farmington, USA, 6 February–13 March 20200
Kyunghee Pyun and Aida Yuen Wong, eds, Fashion, Identity and Power in Modern Asia0
Tanya Heinrich, ed., Lenore Tawney: Mirror of the Universe0
Charlotte Jirousek with Sara Catterall, Ottoman Dress and Design in the West: A Visual History of Cultural Exchange0
Queering the Subversive Stitch: Men and the Culture of Needlework0
‘Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk’, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, 29 February–18 March and 27 August–25 October 20200
‘The Georgian Edit’, Fairfax House, York, UK, 23 August– 31 December 20190
Walls of Cloth: Tentergrounds and Cloth Production in Bruges, c. 1200–16000
Pika Ghosh, Making Kantha, Making Home: Women at Work in Colonial Bengal0
Claire Wilcox, Patch Work — A Life Amongst Clothes0
‘Hand in Hand: The Artistic and Spiritual Life of Dame Werburg Welch’, William Allen Gallery, Ushaw College, Durham, UK, 6 April–29 June 20190
Tudor Textiles0
Alit Djajasoebrata, Flowers from Universe: Textiles of Java0
‘An English Lady’s Wardrobe’, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK, 25 October 2019–1 March 20200
Malcolm Smith, Hats: A Very UNnatural History0
Maya Stanfield-Mazzi, Clothing the New World Church: Liturgical Textiles of Spanish America, 1520-18200
‘The Cloth that Changed the World: India’s Painted and Printed Cottons’. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada, 12 September 2020–2 January 2022 / Cloth that Changed the World: The Art and Fashion of 0
Serena Dyer and Chloe Wigston Smith, eds, Material Literacy in Eighteenth-Century Britain: A Nation of Makers0
Londons Fashion Alphabet0
Textiles in Burman Culture0
Jools Gilson and Nicola Moffat, eds, Textiles, Community and Controversy: The Knitting Map0
Megan Cifarelli, ed., Fashioned Selves: Dress and Identity in Antiquity0
‘Collecting Comme’, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, 31 October 2019–15 March 2020 and 27 June–9 July 20200
‘Erica Wilson: A Life in Stitches0
Editorial Note0
K. L. H. Wells, Weaving Modernism: Postwar Tapestry between Paris and New York0
‘Unbound: Visionary Women Collecting Textiles’, Two Temple Place, London, UK, 25 January–19 April 20200
Late Medieval English Embroidered Conventional Flowers0
‘Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear’. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, 19 March 2022–6 November 20220
Paul David Blanc, Fake Silk: The Lethal History of Viscose Rayon0
Woven Tapestry: Guidelines for Conservation0
Editorial Note0
‘Zoom Into This Embroidered Panel for a Cabinet Door0
Kate Strasdin, Inside the Royal Wardrobe: A Dress History of Queen Alexandra0
Editorial Note0
Pasold Research Fund/Taylor & Francis Textile History Open Access First Publication Award0
Louisa Elderton and Rebecca Morrill, eds, Vitamin T: Threads and Textiles in Contemporary Art0
Anne Grosfilley, African Wax Print Textiles0
Kate Stephenson, A Cultural History of School Uniform0
Dressing Up: The Women Who Influenced French Fashion0
The Material Culture of Basketry: Practice, Skill and Embodied Knowledge0
Articles of Interest, hosted by Avery Trufelman, https://99percentinvisible.org/aoi/ Handcut Radio, hosted by Aleks Cvetkovic<0
‘La Vie en Rose’, Museo Del Traje, Madrid, Spain, 16 November 2018–19 May 20190
‘Gentleman Jack Costumes’, Bankfield Museum, Halifax, UK, 12 July–26 October 20190
Peter Maunder, Tiverton Cloth: The Story of the Town's Woollen Trade 1475–18150
Check Shirts, Flannel Jackets, Canvas Trousers: The Trade in Slops from Eighteenth-Century Liverpool0
Burgu Dogramaci, ed., Textile Modernism0
Danielle C. Skeehan, The Fabric of Empire: Material and Literary Cultures of the Global Atlantic, 1650–18500
‘Madge Gill: Myrninerest’, William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow, UK, 22 June–22 September 20190
Editorial Note0
Karolina Hutková, The English East India Company’s Silk Enterprise in Bengal, 1750–1850: Economy, Empire and Business0
Thomas Murray, with Virginia Soenksen and Anna Jackson, Textiles of Japan0