**Registration is now open for Disseminating Dress: Britain and the Fashion World**
28-30 May 2015, University of York
Disseminating Dress is a three day conference which explores how ideas and knowledge about dress have been shared, sought and communicated throughout history. In bringing together academics, students, curators, and industry professionals, this conference is an invitation to investigate how people think and have thought about fashion and clothing.
Men and women have always sought out and been instructed in what they could or should wear; forming personal, social and cultural aesthetics, as well as driving trade and mercantile success. This conference takes a broad view of disseminating dress throughout history, drawing on work from a wide array of disciplines and professional viewpoints.
Tickets: £50 EARLY BIRD TICKET FOR FULL THREE DAYS IF BOOKED BEFORE 15TH APRIL
£65 TICKET PRICE FOR FULL THREE DAYS IF BOOKED AFTER 15TH APRIL
Register here: http://www.disseminatingdress.com/#!registration/c1tgi
View the programme here: http://www.disseminatingdress.com/#!programme/c1u12
Supported by: The Paul Mellon Centre; the Pasold Research Fund; and The British Art Research School, YuFund, The Humanities Research Centre, The Centre for Modern Studies, The Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies, and The Centre for Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, University of York.