Joanne Entwistle is Reader in the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King's College London. She is co-founder of the Configuring Light research group which focuses on social research in lighting design for the urban public realm. Her research interests are also in the areas of fashion, dress and the body. Major publications include The Fashioned Body: fashion, dress and modern social theory (Polity Press, 2000, 2015) and The Aesthetic Economy of Fashion: markets and value in clothing and modelling (Berg, 2009). Her co-edited books include Body Dressing (with Elizabeth Wilson, Berg, 2001) and Fashioning Models: Image, Industry, Text (with Elizabeth Wissinger, 2012, Bloomsbury)
Revealing observatory networks through object stories: Observatory audiences
Textiles in a modern age
Using Bradford as a case study this photo essay asks how is the term ‘textile industry’ defined and what museum collections are deemed relevant to it? It argues that radical and rapid industrial innovations demand that we reshape our ideas about textile manufacturing.
Curating Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries
The curators of Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries reflect on their experiences of creating these significant new displays at the Science Museum in London.
Curating Ocean Ecology at the Natural History Museum: Miranda Lowe and Richard Sabin in conversation with Pandora Syperek and Sarah Wade
Festschrift: experimenting with research: Kenneth Mees, Eastman Kodak and the challenges of diversification
Threading through history: the vertical transmission of Davy, Faraday and Tyndall’s lecture demonstration practices