Fashion and Postcolonial Critique outlines a critical global fashion theory from a postcolonial fashion perspective. It investigates
contemporary articulations of postcolonial fashion critique, analyzes fashion as a cultural, historical, social and political
phenomenon involved in and affected by histories of colonial domination, anti-colonial resistance and processes of decolonization
and globalization and thereby makes a programmatic intervention into contemporary fashion research. Coming from such diverse
disciplines as art history, textile studies, anthropology, history, literary studies, cultural studies, sociology and fashion
theory and featuring the journalistic, photographic and artistic work of practitioners from the field of fashion media, the
chapters in this book reflect the multidisciplinary and diverse scope of contemporary postcolonial fashion research.
Contributors: Louis Thomas Achille, Jean Baldoui, Marie-Magdeleine Carbet, Christine Checinska, Christine Delhaye, Burcu Dogramaci,
Sonja Eismann, Elke Gaugele, Gabriele Genge, Birgit Haehnel, Sabrina Henry, Helen Jennings, Alexandra Karentzos, Hana Knížová,
Christian Kravagna, Gabriele Mentges, Birgit Mersmann, Heval Okcuoglu, Walé Oyéjidé Esq., Leslie W. Rabine, Rosario, Clara
W. Shepard, Ruby Sircar, Angela Stercken, Sølve Sundsbø, Monica Titton.