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The Effects of "Cloth Politics" in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: Cause, Cash, Commodity and Comfort
(Vanderbilt University, 2009-04)
Forgotten at the Fair: Quilts at Chicago's World's Columbia Exposition
(Vanderbilt University, 2007)
At the first World's Fair with it's own women's pavillion, chaired by a woman, designed by a woman, and decorated by a woman at a time when sewing was the predominate activitiy for women, why were no quilts in the Women's ...
Harriett Powers and her Eternal Cloth Bible
(Vanderbilt University, 2009-10-15)
Art and images serve as cultural memories for many diaspora groups, from early Judaic to African American communities. Religion is one of the strongest cultural beliefs subject to creolization when art attempts to preserve ...