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1. Recycling Indian Clothing: The Global Context 2. Fieldwork Contexts 3. Looking through the Wardrobe 4. Love and Protection: Strategies of Conservation 5. Sacrifice and Exchange 6. Adding Value: Recycling and Transformation 7. Value and Potential
The hidden afterlife of used clothing in India
Lucy Norris is Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at University College London. She is author (with Michael Hitchcock) of Bali, The Imaginary Museum: The Photographs of Walter Spies and Beryl de Zoete.
Throughout the book, the writing remains clear and accessible, full of textured descriptions which seem to recreate the streets of Delhi. It is sure to inform specialists in the anthropology of consumption and globalisation, but remains accessible to all readers interested in a profound understanding of the recycled clothing trade in India. * South Asia Research * The information is highly researched, referenced, and footnoted, but presented as a series of stories that make the topic more engaging. November/December 2010 * AATCC Review * Norris succeeds in opening up for scholarly discussion an important new area of textile and South Asian studies, and produces a text that will be enjoyed across disciplines by students and scholars interested in global practices of recycling and the circulation of material culture. * Cultural Analysis *