Textile-Cloth and Culture

Papers
(The TQCC of Textile-Cloth and Culture is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Knitting and Everyday Meaning-Making5
Exploring Cultural Value and its Sustainability of Balinese Handwoven Textiles4
A Comparative Study on the Techniques, Tools and Materials for Indigenous Weaving in Ghana4
A Revival for Thailand’s Textile Traditions: New Value for Local Materials (Eri Silk) through Art Practice3
Masked Narratives: Manifestations of a Disaster3
A Brief Introduction to Body-Oriented Parametric Design for 3D-Printed Fashion and Textiles3
Sustainable Craft Design Systems for Handloom Weavers3
Undocumented Textiles: Material Expressions of Indian Ocean Identities in Literature2
Selected Indigenous Ethiopian Traditional Weaving Designs for Beauty and Diversity of Ethiopian People2
Embroidered Voices: Exposing Hidden Trauma Stories of Apartheid2
The Hidden Potential of Textiles: How Do They Heal and Reveal Traumas?2
Communication and Challenges of Capacity Development: A Case Study of Bagru Hand Block Printing2
Traditional Woolen Namda (Felted Fabrics) from Tonk, Rajasthan: A Livelihood Initiative for Rural Women2
A Costume Analysis of the Film “Lost in Translation” (Coppola, 2003)2
A Designer’s Perspective on a Creative Era in Knitwear Design: British Fashion Knitwear 1970–19901
Embroidery as Activist Translation in Latin America1
CONTEXTILE2020, PLACES OF MEMORY: Inter-Discourses of a Textile Territory.1
Dinh Q Lê, Photographing the Thread of Memory Dinh Q Lê, Photographing the Thread of Memory , Musee du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, 37 Quai Jacques Chirac, 75007 Paris,1
A Knot Dress to Encapsulate Its Maker’s Wish1
Stormy Weather: Textile Art, Water and Climate Emergency1
Introduction: Creativity in Knitted Textiles in Historical Context1
Ottoman Dress and Design in the West: A Visual History of Cultural Exchange1
Terroir in a Dress. Understanding Antwerp-Style Fashion1
Natural Practices: The Creative Autonomy Encoded within First Nations Dye and Weaving Processes of the Chilkat Blanket1
“Y Sin Embargo Te Quiero” (And Yet, I Love You): An Ethnographic Study of Economic Policy and Colonial Hegemonies Encoded in the Recommodification of Used Garments1
Value and Cultural Voice in Australian Aboriginal Textiles1
Weaving as a Livelihood Option: A Study of the Bhulia Weaver Community in Odisha, India1
From Underwear to Outerwear: The Influence of Machinery on Creativity and Garment Styling in the Scottish Knitwear Industry, 1920s–1970s1
Traditional Fine Homespun Hemp Linen Fabrics: About Qualities and Usages in Ritual and Secular Contexts1
Challenges and Scope of Development: A Case Study of Paithani Weavers of Maharashtra (India)1
Made in Italy: Translating Cultures from Gucci to Dapper Dan and Back1
When Life Hangs by a Thread: Representations of Covid-19 by the Mapula Embroidery Project1
Weaving Beyond the Binary1
Senzeni Marasela’s Reworking of Women’s Histories inBeyond Booty: Covering Sarah Baartman and Other Tales1
Authenticity and Place-Based Knitwear: Fair Isle and Aran Knitting in Shetland and the West of Ireland1
Introduction: Cloth and Textile in Translation1
The 4th Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art The 4th Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art , Zhejiang Art Museum, October 18 – December 5, 2022 1
Passion Flower and Wheel of Fortune: An Oya Motif as an Example of Textile Form and Color Design1
Knitting Algorithmic Assemblages1
Life is Short, Art is Long, Crisis is FleetingKairos or Weaving the Right Moment*1
Knotty Problems: The Complexity of the Knot in Sewing1
“The Other Side of the Brocade”: Translating Fashion Blogs and Data Mining1
The Ladies Ulster in the 1870s and 1880s: From “Eccentric-Looking” to “Beau Ideal”1
A Hybrid Alternative for Mobile Generations: Fashion Interior as a Portable Architecture for Indonesian Millennials1
Will There Be Womanly Times? Reflections on the Work of Ellen Lesperance0
Lederhosen,Dirndl, and a Sense of Belonging: Jews andTrachtenin Pre-1938 Austria0
Khadi Textiles, Women and Rural Development: An Analysis from Past to Present0
Controlled Rummage as Artistic Strategy: Exposing the Bummock of the Lace Archive0
Stitching New Life into Old – A Commission of a Coat0
Identification of Blended Hemp Textiles from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century0
Textures of Understanding0
Alluring Monotony + Luminous Grids0
Textiles and Memories0
Endings and Beginnings: Reflections on Crafting and Mothering0
Body, Dress, and Symbolic Capital: Multifaceted Presentation of PUGREE in Colonial Governance of British India0
Bisa Butler: Portraits0
History in Fashion, 1500 Years of Embroidery in Fashion, Leipzig: Grassi Museum0
Fashion, Society and the First World War: International Perspectives Fashion, Society and the First World War: International Perspectives 0
Ob-La-Di, Oc-to-Pus (Life Goes on): a Modern Métis Fire Bag (2021)0
STEAM at Work: “Translating” Science into Dress0
Invisible Labor: Notes on a Lesser-Known Community of Makers of Menswear in Jaipur0
Protecting “Paradise”: Anti-Nuclear Textiles in New Zealand0
Weaving Webs of Protection: Gringsing Textiles0
Woven under Glass: Francis Bacon’s Linen and the Queerness of His Materials0
Dressing Up: “Reading” Costume in the Photograph Albums of Nineteenth-Century Bourgeois Jews0
“Out of Place”: Cross-Cultural Collaboration and Virtual Space0
Anne Wilson, “If We Asked about the Sky” and Kustaa Saksi, “First Symptoms”0
Textile Garden , July 15–October 30, 2022, Museum für Gestaltung, Ausstellungsstrasse, Zürich 0
Mark R. Smith: Phalanxes0
Caring Through Cloth: Textiles and the Trauma of Stillbirth0
Creativity and Design in a Contemporary Knitwear Business: An Interview with Di Gilpin and Sheila Greenwell0
The Predicament of Suzhou Embroidery: Implications of Intangible Cultural Heritage in China0
Contemporary Indigenous Textiles from Australia’s Tropic ZoneContemporary Indigenous Textiles from Australia’s Tropic Zone0
Stab It, Strangle It1: Media Representations of Knitters, and Subversions of the Stereotype to Reflect Inclusion and Diversity0
Knit is a Four-Letter Word0
Introduction: Textiles and Trauma0
Modern Confections: Jews, New Women, and the Business of Fashion in Imperial Berlin0
From Embroidered Painting to Needle Words0
The Story of the Karuna Textile Doll0
An Ethical Approach to Sericulture: Production of Peace Silk in Hatay/Turkey0
Story of Pharad: In the Words of the Artisan0
Traditional Woven Bags from Hakkâri Province0
Fabrications: Using Knitted Artworks to Challenge Developers’ Narratives of Regeneration and Recognise Manchester’s South Asian Working Class Textiles Businesses0
İmren Erşen Oya Müzesi İmren Erşen Oya Müzesi , Permanent Collection, Eskişehir, Turkiye: Eskişehir Büyükşehir Belediyesi0
Jewish Beauty Pageants in Interwar Poland: Entertainment, Beauty Ideal, and National Emotions0
Fiber: The Shared Code of Art and Design—On the 2021 Fiber Code Exhibition0
Castaways: Art from the Material World0
Yarn over Police Brutality: Race and the Occupation of Rochester City Hall’s Steps during the Daniel Prude Protest0
Exhibition Review “I Write the Needles Praise” : A Century of Sampler Making, 1630s–1730s, Witney Antiques, November 7–26, 20220
Bandolier Bags and Indigenous Modernism0
Textile Weaving (Aṣọ-Òkè) at Ologbin-Adewole Northern Yorubaland, Nigeria0
Janet Kennedy: A Life in Color0
Textiles: Tracing Our Presence0
Jewish Dress through Visual Sources: An Introduction0
Rasam Pagdi: Performing Textile Masculinities0
Translating Tigers: The Visual Rhetoric of Fashion Communication in Kenzo’s Logo0
Annet Couwenberg: Altering Patterns0
Pliable Logic as a Practice-Led Research Methodology for Textile Practice0
This Long Thread: Women of Color on Craft, Community, and Connection,0
Dad's Shirts0
Shakespeare in Rajasthan: Character, Emotion, and Gesture in Clothing0
The Art of Mirror Embroidery on Women’s Wear and Home Furnishing Products, in Two Villages of Sanghar Sindh0
Knitwork: Creativity and the Manufacture of British Designer Knitwear in the 1980s0
Exhibition Review0
Constructed Masculinities: Unpicking Working-Class Masculinities through Knitting0
Traditional and Contemporary Facets of String Puppets of Rajasthan0
Unspooling Die Gramgewinde: Writing with Gunta Stölzl on Grief-Threads and Grief-Portals0
Poetic Entanglement0
Clothing Death: Harry Clarke’s Designs for Edgar Allan Poe’s Dead Brides, from Word to Image0
Illuminating the Self, Newcastle upon Tyne: Hatton Gallery, January 18–May 8 20200
Red Cashmere Cardigan, J’adore0
Technical Thinking on Chinese Embroidered Paintings0
A Woven Decree0
Exhibition Review0
Empire of Style: Silk and Fashion in Tang China0
Braiding the Identity of the Zenú People: Territory and Nature-Culture Relationships in the Crafting of the Vueltiao Hat0
Call for Papers, Special Issue: Life, after Life: Textile Crafts in India and Communities of Practice0
Judith Scott: Capturing the Texture of Sensation0
The “Authenticity Discourse” in Contemporary Application of West African Textiles0
Trauma Memory in Stitch, Sound and Word: From the Troubles and Conflict to Reconciliation and Peace0
Thread - An exhibition of Contemporary Textile Practices0
Designing Dua Negeri (Two Countries) Batik Influenced by Indonesia and Thailand Shared Culture to Enrich the Batik Repertoire in Both Countries0
The Lives behind the Luxurious Threads: Beleaguered Sustainability of Kashmir’s Pashmina Artisans0
Chinese Folk Embroidery Bellyband: The Intersection of Loving Symbol, Emotional Release, and Spiritual Needs0
Boundless Encounters—The Impression of the 2019 3rd Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art0
Creating Paradise Through a Palimpsest of Textile Higher Education and Community-Based Research0
The Fabric of Our Lives: Reflections From Maria Balshaw0
Western Minimalism in Design: Oriental Roots and Cultural Borrowings0
Correction0
Exhibition Review0
The Afterlife of Early Modern Images of Jews0
From Shirts to Arpilleras – Derry’s Textile Heritage Continues0
Knitting Close to the Edge0
Coping COVID-19: Karur in the Past, Through the Present and into the Future0
Life, after Life: Textile Crafts in India and Communities of Practice0
Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of Thread and Rope , London, UK: Tate Modern, 17 November 2022 to 21 May 2023 Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of Thread and Ro0
Economic Effects of Covid-19 on the Indian Carpet Industry0
Typology and Fashion Usage Trends of Ankara in the Twenty-First Century South-Western Nigeria0
Pattu Craft of Western Rajasthan: Design Interventions in View of Changing Socio-Cultural Environment0
Consumption Pattern and the Factors of the Handloom Weavers in Charghat Upazila of Rajshahi District in Bangladesh0
Styling the “Ivy” Man: Jewish Men as Creators and Consumers of an American Style, 1940–19650
Textile Memories Textile Memories: Copenhagen, Denmark: HEIRLOOM Center for Art and Archives, 4 November 2022 – 8 January 20230
Paris Fashion and World War Two: Global Diffusion and Nazi Control0
Phad: The Scoping Review of Ritualistic, Performative Audio-Visual Folk Tradition of Rajasthan0
Stranded Iconographies: The Journeys of Tapestries from Rorke’s Drift, 19650
Exhibition Review0
Beyond Weaving: Transdisciplinarity and the Bauhaus Weaving Workshop0
Deco Dandy: Designing Masculinity in 1920s Paris Deco Dandy: Designing Masculinity in 1920s Paris , John Potvin, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020. 300 pp.0
I Craft Affect into Experimental Cloth Formations0
Ten Perspectives of the  Gáppte : Materializing Different Ways of Being Sámi0
Fashionable Traditions: Asian Handmade Textiles in Motion0
Letter to the Editor0
Textiles and the Acknowledgement of Unidentified Dead0
“An Index of Gentility”: Representations of Needlework in Dombey and Son0
Tate Britain Commission: Hew Locke's The Procession0
Leather Craft of Chamba: Heritage of Royality0
The Language of Miao Embroidery: Exploring the Traditional “Embroidered Rear Skirt Panels” Worn by the Miao Women of the Huawu Village0
What is to Hand: The Fold as Landscape Within Textile Imagination0
Life after Death: A Saree as Memoir0
Shapes of Movement, in Weaving and in Architecture0
Dialog/Dialogue Street Stories: A Window to the Past; Footsteps in the Present0
Queering the Subversive Stitch: Men & the Culture of Needlework0
Neo-Victorianism, Feminism, and Lace: Amy Atkin’s Place at the Dinner Table0
A Return Through the Origins of Modernity … Pishi-pishimanta, awaspa, ñawpa kawsayniyta, saphiykunata, tarishani …0
Exhibition Review0
Australian Aboriginal Textiles: Value Beyond Fashion0
The Reflection of Ancient Ages Ganos Mountain Byzantine Amphoras on Fabric and Clothing Design0
Catherine Harper, “Áine” (2020), 150 × 200 cms, Stitched and Quilted “Intimate Textiles” Artwork0
Jewish Women, English Dress: From Kindertransport to Women in Uniform in Wartime England0
Fashionable Bauhaus: Translating the Bauhaus Esthetics into Textile and Fashion Design0
Blue Skies Have Never Been So Blue0
Patterns and Programs: Replication and Creativity in the Place-Based Knitting of Shetland and Ireland0
Thread Bearing Witness at the Somerset Rural Life Museum, Glastonbury0
Crafting Anatomies: Archives, Dialogues, Fabrications0
Stitching Alive by Marjorie Coleman0
Exhibition Review0
Domestic Trauma: Textile Responses to Confinement, Coercion and Control0
Wearing Trauma on Her Sleeve: A Jumlo as a Witness and Recorder of Colonial Boundaries0
Maker to Wearer: A Transfer of Intention0
Made Done and Mended: Textiles Salvaged, Saved and Sewn0
Fashion, Gender and Agency in Latin American and Spanish Literature Fashion, Gender and Agency in Latin American and Spanish Literature 0
The Dementia Darnings0
Risky, Subversive, and Deviant? A Criminological Analysis of Guerrilla Knitting0
Embroidering the Traumatized “Cloth-Skin-Body”: Suffragette Embroidered Cloths Worked in Holloway Prison, 1911–19120
Re/Assembling the Imaginary: Counter-Narratives of Haiti’s Transnational Textile Industry0
Lesbian Knitting: From Self-Sufficiency to Self-Representation0
Photographs of Jewish Clothing in Nazi Germany and the Shoah: Visual Records of Economic Assaults, Exploitation, and Plunder0
The Processing of Used Clothing as a Survival Strategy: The Łódź Ghetto Textile Industry in Official Visual Documents of the Judenrat0
The New Normal: Textile Crafts in Kutch Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic0
The Big Rainbow Knit: Revisiting Craftivist Practices through Place-Based Making0
In Memoriam: Curator, Educator, and Editorial Board Member, Linda Eaton0
Glimpses of Comfort: Embroideries of Self in the Imagined Worlds of Kantha Textiles from Late-Colonial Bengal0
Razzle, Dazzle and the Black Fantastic The Black Fantastic , Nick Cave, The Hayward Gallery, South Bank Center, 29th June–18th September 2022 The Processi0
Ties That Bind or Exclude? Knitting and Craft Groups as Contested Spaces of Inclusion and Exclusion0
Fabric: The Map of Our Lives0
Dangerous Coats0
Annet Couwenberg: Sewing Circles , Annet Couwenberg: Sewing Circles , Symmes Gardner, Annet Couwenberg, Caroline Kipp, Lori Rubeling, Mary Savig, Balt0
A Dialogue about Social Weaving: The Weaving Kiosk and Weaving Lab0
Received, in Shadows and Silence Received, in Shadows and Silence : Review of Do Ho Suh Exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, November 4, 2022–F0
Exhibition Review0
Performing Reparative Craft: Oreet Ashery’s Passing through Metal0
On Not Looking Jewish: Visualizing Submerged Memories and Appearances0
Knitting: The Destructive Yarn-Bomb0
Clothing, Emotion and Consumption in Colonial New South Wales0
Weaves and Voices: Tracing the Journey of the Indian Saree0
Eva Obodo’s Recent Works: Tied, Twisted Textiles and Social Life in Nigeria Eva Obodo’s Recent Works: Tied, Twisted Textiles and Social Life in Nigeria0
Rozanne Hawksley0
Aambkapad, Chira, Khun, and more – Intercultural Influences on Fabrics of the Peshwas of Pune, India0
Stitching a Divided City0
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