ContentsAcknowledgementsIntroduction to Thinking through FashionAgnes Rocamora and Anneke Smelik2. Karl Marx: Fashion and CapitalismAnthony Sullivan 3. Sigmund Freud: More than a Fetish: Fashion and PsychoanalysisJanice Miller4. Georg Simmel: The 'Philosophical Monet'Peter McNeil5. Walter Benjamin: Fashion, Modernity and the City Street Adam Geczy and Vicki Karaminas6. Mikhail Bakhtin: Fashioning the Grotesque BodyFrancesca Granata7. Maurice Merleau-Ponty: The Corporeal Experience of FashionLlewellyn Negrin 8. Roland Barthes: Semiology and the Rhetorical Codes of FashionPaul Jobling9. Erving Goffmann: Social Science as an Art of Cultural ObservationEfrat Tseelon10. Gilles Deleuze: Bodies-without-Organs in the Folds of FashionAnneke Smelik11. Michel Foucault: Fashioning the Body Politic Jane Tynan12. Niklas Luhmann: Fashion between the Fashionable and Old-fashionedAurelie van de Peer13. Jean Baudrillard: Postmodern Fashion as the End of MeaningEfrat Tseelon14. Pierre Bourdieu: The Field of FashionAgnes Rocamora15. Jacques Derrida: Fashion under ErasureAlison Gill16. Bruno Latour: Actor-Network-Theory and FashionJoanne Entwistle17. Judith Butler: Fashion and PerformativityElizabeth WissingerNotes on ContributorsIndex
Agnes Rocamora is Reader in Social and Cultural Studies at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. She is the author of Fashioning the City: Paris, Fashion and the Media (I.B. Tauris 2009) and a co-editor of The Handbook of Fashion Studies (2013) and of Fashion Media: Past and Present (2013).Anneke Smelik is Professor of Visual Culture on the Katrien van Munster chair at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands. Her books include Delft Blue to Denim Blue: Dutch Fashion (I.B. Tauris, 2016), Performing Memory in Art and Popular Culture (2013) and And the Mirror Cracked: Feminist Cinema and Film Theory (1998).