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Re-fashioning the Renaissance: Popular Groups, Fashion and the Material and Cultural Significance of Clothing in Europe, 1550-1650

Publications

Blog: Did ordinary Italians have a ‘Renaissance’? Discover how artisans lived and connected with culture from my new book!

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2021
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: Una corona di ambra falsa: Imitating Amber using Early Modern Recipes

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: Historical Knitting through Citizen Science

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: What happened to the clothing? A case study of a glazier family

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sinvald Larsen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog

Blog: Knitting a 17th-century silk stocking for the Refashioning the Renaissance participatory research project

Author(s): Liisa Kylmänen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2022
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance website

Blog: Luxuries that cost human life? Pearls in Early Modern Italy

Author(s): Michele Robinson
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: Pharmaceutical Fashion: The Leather Tanner’s Jewellery Box

Author(s): Michele Robinson
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: Defence, Honour, and Dress

Author(s): Victoria Bartels
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: Tracking down tintori in the Florentine state archives

Author(s): Victoria Bartels
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: The Renaissance of the Mask: from plague doctor beaks to velvet visards

Author(s): Sophie PItman
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: From the historical source to a database: a short story

Author(s): Mattia Viale
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2018
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: Sumptuary Laws in Denmark: Om Drecht och Klædebon, 1558

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sindvald Larsen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2017
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Article: Det Kongelige Assistenshus' udlånsprotokoller—tekstiler fra hovedstadens bredere befolkning

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sindvald Larsen
Published in: 2019
Publisher: Dragtjournalen

Blog: An Example of 16th Century Artisan Self-Fashioning – Master Shoemaker Jens Pedersen from Odense

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sindvald Larsen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2017
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: How can we gain access to the hidden meanings and complexities that lie behind historical objects and documents?

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2018
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Article: Taking silk: Silk and Sumptuary Laws

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: 2019
Publisher: Selvedge Magazine

Blog: The theft in the bleachfield

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sindvald Larsen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2019
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: An agenda for future research: fashion outside the urban areas

Author(s): Stefania Montemezzo
Published in: 2019
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: Did Dress and Fashion Matter in the Poor Neighbourhoods?

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2018
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: Considerations from the Venetian State Archive: Reflecting on Data

Author(s): Umberto Signori
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2019
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: Album Amicorum: Fashion, Friendship and Foreign Travel in Renaissance Europe

Author(s): Michele Nicole Robinson
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2018
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: An inn-keeper’s inventory and inspiration

Author(s): Michele Nicole Robinson
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2019
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: Sampling tailor’s techniques—launching the experimental phase

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2019
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Blog: Summing up a year of archival research

Author(s): Stefania Montemezzo
Published in: 2018
Publisher: Refashioning project blog

Article: Who, what where, when – the forgotten histories of Fashion

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: 2017
Publisher: Aalto Magazine

Article: Pukeutumisen historiaa

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: 2017
Publisher: Pirta

Representing Renaissance textures and colours digitally

Author(s): Maarit Kalmakurki
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2022
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog

Blog: At home with a tailor – a multifunctional workspace

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sinvald Larsen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

Blog: Living and working during the Pandemic: Extraordinary times then and now

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance Blog, 2020
Publisher: Refashioning the Renaissance blog

'Reconstructing Fashion: '‘The Mock-Velvet Doublet of a Florentine Seventeenth-Century Waterseller'

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: Textile History, 2023, ISSN 0040-4969
Publisher: Maney Publishing

Remaking Dress History: Applying Reconstruction Methods to Early Modern Textiles and Clothing

Author(s): Paula Hohti, Sophie Pitman (Editors)
Published in: Textile History, 2023, ISSN 0040-4969
Publisher: Maney Publishing

The Matter of Ephemeral Art: Craft, Spectacle, and Power in Early Modern Europe

Author(s): Pamela H. Smith, Tianna Helena Uchacz, Sophie Pitman, Tillmann Taape, Colin Debuiche
Published in: Renaissance Quarterly, Issue 73/1, 2020, Page(s) 78-131, ISSN 0034-4338
Publisher: Renaissance Society of America
DOI: 10.1017/rqx.2019.496

Tailoring in 3D: A Digital Reconstruction of a Seventeenth Century Doublet

Author(s): Maarit Kalmakurki, Sophie Pitman
Published in: Textile History, 2023, ISSN 0040-4969
Publisher: Maney Publishing

Dirty Laundry: Caring for Clothing in Early Modern Italy

Author(s): Michele Nicole Robinson
Published in: Costume, Issue 55/1, 2021, Page(s) 3-23, ISSN 0590-8876
Publisher: Maney Publishing
DOI: 10.3366/cost.2021.0180

Knitting History Through Reconstruction: The Making and Meaning of Early Modern Stockings

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Textile History, 2023, ISSN 0040-4969
Publisher: Maney Publishing

Colour in Renaissance Dress

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Routledge Resources Online The Renaissance World, 2022
Publisher: Routledge

Introduction

Author(s): Paula Hohti Erichsen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650, 2023
Publisher: Manchester University Press

The Material Culture of Childhood in Renaissance Italy

Author(s): Michele Robinson
Published in: Routledge Resources Online The Renaissance World, 2022
Publisher: Routledge

Innovations and imitations of colour: Tradition and Novelty in Early Modern artisanal Italian dress

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: A Revolution in Colour: Natural Dyes in European History, 1300-1800, 2024
Publisher: Bloomsbury

Practical, professional and respectable: dressing craftsmen in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Denmark

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sinvald Larsen
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650, 2023
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Né vera né falsa: Non-elite ownership of pearls in early modern Italy

Author(s): Michele Robinson
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650, 2023
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Power, black clothing, and the chromatic politics of textiles in Renaissance Europe.

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Burgundian Black: Reworking Early Modern Colour Technologies, 2022
Publisher: EMC Imprint
DOI: 10.55239/bb001

A Dyeing Art: Reconstructing Rosetti's Plictho

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: A Revolution in Colour: Natural Dyes in European History, 1300-1800, 2024
Publisher: Bloomsbury

The Art and Geometry of Tailoring

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: Routledge Encyclopedia of the Renaissance World, 2022
Publisher: Routledge

How artisans dressed: the availability of fashionable items in early modern Venice, Florence and Siena

Author(s): Stefania Montemezzo
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650, 2023
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Imitation in Early Modern Artisan Fashion

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650, 2023
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Dressed to Kill: The Role of Weapons and Protective Materials in Men’s Renaissance Fashion

Author(s): Victoria Bartels
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday Dress and the Reconstruction of Early Modern Material Culture, 1550–1650, 2023
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Daily Life and Material Culture in early modern Europe

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: Secrets of Craft and Nature in Renaissance France. A Digital Critical Edition and English Translation of BnF Ms. Fr. 640, 2020
Publisher: Making and Knowing Project

The Art of Artisan Fashions: Moroni’s Tailor and the Changing Culture of Clothing in Sixteenth-Century Italy

Author(s): Paula Hohti Erichsen
Published in: The Art of the Poor: The Aesthetic Material Culture of the Lower Classes in Europe 1300–1600, 2020, ISBN 9781-788316750
Publisher: Bloomsbury

Artisans and Dress in Denmark 1550–1650. A Preliminary Exploration

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sinvald Larsen
Published in: The Art of the Poor: The Aesthetic Material Culture of the Lower Classes in Europe 1300–1600, 2020, ISBN 9781-788316750
Publisher: Bloomsbury

Visual and Literary Representations of Shopping

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: A Cultural History of Shopping in the Early Modern Age, 2020
Publisher: Bloomsbury

Fashion Materials

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: The Matter of Mimesis: Studies of Mimesis and Materials in Nature, Art and Science, 2023, Page(s) 532-535
Publisher: Brill
DOI: 10.1163/9789004515413

Visual and Literary Representations

Author(s): Sophie Pitman
Published in: A Cultural History of Shopping in the Early Modern Age Vol. 3, 2022
Publisher: Bloomsbury

"""Monstrous Ruffs"" and Elegant Trimmings: Lace and Lacemaking in Early Modern Italy"

Author(s): Paula Hohti
Published in: Threads of Power: Lace from the Textilmuseum St. Gallen, 2022
Publisher: Yale University Press and Bard Graduate Center

Clothes, Culture and Craftsmen  –  Dress Fashions among working Craftsmen and their wives in Early Modern Denmark and Elsinore.

Author(s): Anne-Kristine Sinvald Larsen
Published in: 2023
Publisher: Aalto Arts Books

Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday dress and the reconstruction of early modern material culture, 1550–1650

Author(s): Paula Hohti (Edited by)
Published in: Refashioning the Renaissance: Everyday dress and the reconstruction of early modern material culture, 1550–1650, 2023
Publisher: Manchester University Press

Artisans, Objects, and Everyday Life in Renaissance Italy: The Material Culture ofthe Middling Class

Author(s): Paula Hohti Erichsen
Published in: Visual and Material Culture, 1300-1700, 2020, ISBN 9789-463722629
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press

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