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1940's Bunny Dress
The Minor in Fashion History and Culture provides a unique
opportunity for students to develop an understanding of the origins and
evolution of dress and fashion in relation to global societies and
cultures. Clothing and appearance (i.e. dress) are forms of non-verbal
communication. Varying social, national, ethnic and gender groups
project their identities through their dress. When examined from both
historical and contemporary perspectives, as well as through analysis of
cultural differences, clothing and appearance contribute to our
understanding of the world. As an interdisciplinary subject, the
development and importance of dress and fashion from pre-historic times
until present day incorporates historical, economic, aesthetic,
technological, social and cultural factors that influenced clothing
The minor is open to students majoring in any academic discipline and
across all colleges. The minor is awarded only to students who have
applied and admitted to the program. The UD Online Catalog lists the required courses for the minor.
For questions about the minor in Fashion History and Culture, please contact:
201 Alison Hall West
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Students have the opportunity to work in the Fashion and Textile Collection.
Professor Kelly Cobb includes the Fashion and Textile Collection to discuss her curriculum.