Scholarly Resources for Historical Asian FashionHere’s a list of Scholarly Resources focusing on Historical Asian Fashions that is also available to English readers. Web sources are denoted as (WEB), public domain books available online as (ONLINE BOOK) , while the rest are printed books. Those with previews available on Google books are (PREVIEW ON GOOGLE BOOKS).Scholarly Resources for Historical Asian Fashion by lilsuika
I have read most of these books/sources or have had them recommended to me. Some of these books may be out of print, but you may be able to find them at your local library (try Interloan).
More sources will be added as time goes by. Please let me know if you have a recommended source!
ASIA / WORLD
Hair: Its Power and Meaning in Asian Cultures edited by Alf Hiltebeitel, Barbara D. Miller (PREVIEW ON GOOGLE BOOKS)
Happy New Year everyone!
I’m actually a little sad 2013 is over, it turned out to be a great year! I’m so happy that it was better than 2012. I got used to living in this new city finally, got a job after about 60 applications (XD), did well in my classes, learned a few new programming languages - Ruby and Rails, a little bit of PHP/MySQL, and Matlab - and of course, I got engaged. X3
Christmas was so memorable and fun this year too! I got to have three Christmases; spent the morning with my fiancees family, went home and we shared gifts with each other, then my family came down to see us and we had Christmas with them! It was great, and I loved it. (We made pigs-in-a-blanket as part of our finger food meal, and wiener jokes were constant between my dad, my bro and my fiancee. I love my family. XD)
We also got to do Mario Party again with my fiancee’s friends, which was a blast, as well as Super Mario Bros. Wii U, which was a TON of fun.
This year is off to a great start, and I hope it’s a great year for everyone here! X3