The Department of Human Ecology is home to the University of Alberta Museums' Clothing and Textiles Collection, a world-class resource that aids in the focus on the dynamic relationships people have with their near environments: clothing, family, home, and community. The collection houses more than 23,000 artifacts spanning more than 350 years.

 

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  1. 3 November Bissonnette Gallery Talk at the Canadian Museum of History

    Join clothing and textile historian, Anne Bissonnette, as she leads a tour of the exhibition "Napoleon and Paris" at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Québec.

  2. 25 October Fashion Culture Network

    ‘And Called it Macaroni’: Seeking a Non-satirical Understanding of Male Macaroni Dress in England & America 1748-1771

  3. 3 November Bissonnette Lecture at the Canadian Museum of History

    Join clothing and textile historian Anne Bissonnette at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Québec, for a fascinating look at how political transformation influenced fashion in Napoleonic France.

  4. Fashion Culture Network Event 23 February 2016

  5. Fashion Culture Network February 10

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