National dress, gender and Scotland: 1745-1822

Tuckett, S. (2009) National dress, gender and Scotland: 1745-1822. Textile History, 40(2), pp. 140-151. (doi:10.1179/004049609x12504376351308)

Tuckett, S. (2009) National dress, gender and Scotland: 1745-1822. Textile History, 40(2), pp. 140-151. (doi:10.1179/004049609x12504376351308)

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Abstract

This paper will investigate the relationship between national identity, dress and gender in Scotland. Two major events in Scottish history, the Jacobite rebellion of 1745 and the visit of George IV to Edinburgh in 1822, will be used as a foundation to demonstrate how the gendered approaches to national dress changed over the course of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This will be done using Jules David Prown's basic methodology for the study of material culture. This involves description, deduction and speculation of surviving artefacts, in this case three garments housed at the National Museum of Scotland.

Item Type:Articles
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Tuckett, Dr Sally
Authors: Tuckett, S.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Culture and Creative Arts > History of Art
Journal Name:Textile History
Publisher:Maney Publishing
ISSN:0040-4969
ISSN (Online):1743-2952

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