Journals

Exciting Collaborations Lead To New Membership Benefits

We are excited to announce that through partnerships with publishers we are now offering discounted subscriptions to 2 of the premier journals in the textile field! These quality journals already feature many of our members as contributors and editors. Now we are thrilled to bring you their content at special low rates.

Interested members should email tsaweb@textilesociety.org for access to the discount codes. Please note that TSA will not handle subscriptions. Subscriptions should be placed through each journal’s website.

Student, New Professional, Individual, Sustaining, Supporting, and Patron members are all eligible. Institutional members and individuals receiving benefits through an institution are not eligible for these discounts.

 

 Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture

Routledge, Taylor & Francis is offering all individual members of the TSA a 2016 subscription to Textile: Cloth and Culture for just $54 (normally $93, print- only). Please follow this link to subscribe: http://www.tandfonline.com/pricing/journal/rftx20.

 More about Textile: Cloth and Culture:

Cloth accesses an astonishingly broad range of human experiences. The raw material from which things are made, it has various associations: sensual, somatic, decorative, functional and ritual. Yet although textiles are part of our everyday lives, their very familiarity and accessibility belie a complex set of histories, and invite a range of speculations about their personal, social and cultural meanings. This ability to move within and reference multiple sites gives textiles their potency.

This journal brings together research in textiles in an innovative and distinctive academic forum for all those who share a multifaceted view of textiles within an expanded field. Representing a dynamic and wide-ranging set of critical practices, it provides a platform for points of departure between art and craft; gender and identity; cloth, body and architecture; labour and technology; techno-design and practice—all situated within the broader contexts of material and visual culture.

 Textile invites submissions informed by technology and visual media, history and cultural theory; anthropology; philosophy; political economy and psychoanalysis. It draws on a range of artistic practices, studio and digital work, manufacture and object production.

 

 

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Maney Publishing, on behalf of the Pasold Research Fund, is offering individual mem- bers a 2015 subscription of Textile History for $45 – a 33% discount. Subscription to Textile History includes 2 printed issues per year (May and November) plus online access to all current and archive articles—that’s over 60 issues dating back to Volume 1, 1968!

Textile History is an important outlet for current research in all aspects of scholarship arising from the history of textiles and dress. Articles cover the cultural and social history of apparel and textiles; issues arising from the exhibition, preservation of textiles, and interpretation of historic textiles or clothing. Textile History also pub- lishes a wide cross-section of book reviews as well as Exhibition Reviews and Object Lessons. The journal is fully indexed in ISI’s prestigious Web of Knowledge indexing service. www.maneyonline.com/tex