ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAMME


SUNDAY 7 - NAFPLION
(PELOPONNESIAN FOLKLORE FOUNDATION)

09:00-20:00 REGISTRATION
20:00 WELCOME RECEPTION

MONDAY 8 - NAFPLION (FOUGARO)

08:30 TRANSFER TO FOUGARO
9:00-11:00 DRESS, POWER AND SOCIAL CLASS

Xiaojun(Jillian) Li
Dragon robe and the imperial power in China
Nino Macharashvili
National dress of Georgian nobility presented in the frescoes and reliefs
Johannes Pietsch
Clothing statements of the Bavarian royal family during the nineteenth century
Ioanna Papantoniou
Dress and politics in 19th c. in Greece. “Apropos” of an exhibition.


11:00-11.30 COFFEE BREAK

11:30-13:30 CONSUMPTION, DRESS AND SOCIETY

Efrosyni Roupa
Greeks dressing into (financial, moral and spiritual) bankruptcy at the end of the 19th c.
Dorothea Nicolai
Purple
Vicki Berger
An American family in Greece: 1950-1952
Ellen Hlozan
From geisha to dressing gown: The politics of kimono in Western dress


13:30-14:30 LUNCH

14:30-15:30 DRESS AND LEGISLATION

Birgitta Ramnefalk
Dress and legislation in Norway ca. 1560 - ca. 1810
Myrsini Pichou
The Athens University academic gown


15:30-16:30 GUIDED ΤΟUR: “BRIDES” EXHIBITION AT FOUGARO

16:45 TRANSFER TO THE CITY / 16:30-18:30 BOARD MEETING

18:30 WALK IN THE CITY

TUESDAY 9 - NAFPLION (FOUGARO)


8:30 COFFEE BREAK

9:00-10:30 STATESMEN'S DRESS

Maria Papadopoulou
The 'chlamys city': urban landscapes and the formation of identity in Hellenistic Egypt
Esther Sophia Sünderhauf
Hitler's dress code
Nadia Macha-Bizoumi
Dress and politics: Papandreou's turtleneck


10:30-10:45 SHORT BREAK

10:45-11:45 UNIFORMS

Bernard Berthod
The uniforms of the Papal Swiss Guard
(The presentation will be in French)
Noly Moyssi
The Commissioner uniform of Charalambos Artemis


11:45-12:15 COFFEE BREAK

12:15-13:45 BIOGRAPHY OF GARMENTS: BECΟMING A NATIONAL ICON

Naomi Tarrant
Tartan: creating an official register of a national icon
Aleksandra Momčilović-Jovanović
Dress as a gift - What people of Yugoslavia bestowed to President Tito
Eleni Papathoma
From the mountains to the city streets: multiple approaches to a child's parade uniform


13:45-14:45 LUNCH

14:45-16:45 THE EMERGENCE OF A NATIONAL FASHION

Maria Claudia Bonadio
The São Paulo Art Museum and the ¨Brazilian fashion¨ collection
Despina Kaitatzi - Evangelia Georgitsoyanni
Communication policy for the promotion of the work of Greek fashion designers of the 1970s through the 'GYNAIKA' (WOMAN) fashion magazine
Lucia Savi
Italy’s autarky- Fashion and textiles in the Fascist regime
Juraj Suska
Footwear design in socialist Czechoslovakia (1948-1989)


17:30 TRANSFER TO THE CITY

17:15-18:30 GUIDED TOUR: ARCHAEOLΟGICAL MUSEUM AT NAFPLION

WEDNESDAY 10 - NAFPLION (FOUGARO)

8:30 TRANSFER TO FOUGARO

9:00-10:30 DRESS AND RELIGION

Noam Ben-Yossef
Wraps, veils and capes: over-covering as a sign of religious piety and communal affiliation in Israel
Eve Demoen
Devout/Divine - Fashion vs. Religion
Anna Karatzani
Dressed to impress: the use of metal threads in the decoration of Greek ecclesiastical garments


10:30-11.00 COFFEE BREAK

11:00-13:00 GENERAL MEETING

13:00-14:00 LUNCH

14:15 TRANSFER TO THE CITY

15:00 DEPARTURE FROM NAFPLION

15:30-18:00 GUIDED TOUR: MYCENAE ARHAEOLOGICAL SITE AND MUSEUM

18:00-19:30 TRANSPORT TO ATHENS

THURSDAY 11 - ATHENS (HELLENIC WORLD)

9:45-11:00 GUIDED TOUR: BYZANTINE MUSEUM

11:15 TRANSFER TO HELLENIC WORLD

12.00-13:30 DRESS, MEDIA AND POPULAR CULTURE

Kaamya Sharma
Telling sari stories: (re)-appropriations of dress and the politics of identity in urban India
Maria do Carmo Teixeira Rainho
Caetano Veloso: body, clothes and music defying the military dictatorship in Brazil
Ariel Pomerance
The hero in the ten-gallon hat: persona, clothing, and globalized American culture


13:30-14:30 LUNCH

14:30-16:00 DRESS AND PERFORMANCE

Sofia Pantouvaki
Dressed in flags: ‘national’ colours as visual narrators in costume for performance
Elia Petridou
Clothes, shoes and body politics in Argentinian tango
Tua Helve
How can contemporary dance costume imply a political commentary? Cases from Zodiak - Centre for New Dance, Finland


16:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK

16:30-18:30 DRESS AND YOUTH IDENTITIES

Chryssa Mantaka
The abolition of the school uniform in post dictatorship Greece and how subsequent fashion trends defined a new teenage identity
Sjouk Hoitsma
Youngsters in Rotterdam-South and the shaping of identity


17:30- 18:30 GUIDED TOUR: “PATTERNS OF MAGNIFICENCE” AT THE HELLENIC WORLD

FRIDAY 12 - ATHENS (HELLENIC WORLD)

8:30 TRANSFER ΤΟ GUIDED TOURS FROM HOTELS

9:00-11:00 GUIDED TOUR: ATOPOS CONTEMPORARY VISUAL CULTURE OR TEXTILE CONSERVATION (HELLENIC MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND SPORTS)

11:15 TRANSFER TO HELLENIC WORLD

12:00-14:00 DRESS AS HERITAGE AND THE SOCIAL ROLE OF THE MUSEUM

Birgit Jauernig - Meike Bianchi-Konigstein
Tracht’ in Upper Franconia – A research project on traditional costume in Northern Bavaria
Ninke Bloemberg and Sjouk Hoitsma
Mode Muze. Presenting fashion and costumes online.
Elia Vlachou, Alexandra Tranta, Nadia Macha-Bizoumi
From the Silk Museum to the «mahalas» : Sericulture – Silk manufacturing – Attire – Daily life in Soufli
Sofia Tsourinaki
Spotlight on the fringed zostra from the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation: More observations on the origin, function and technology of string belts


14:00-15:00 LUNCH

15:00-16:30 CURATING AND PRESERVING DRESS

Michelle Kauffmann Banarush
The construction of a dress collection: Aimée de Heeren’s eye for fashion
Christina Margariti
The conservation of E. Venizelos clothing from the assassination attempt in Paris in 1920
Tatiana Kousoulou
The royal clothing of modern Greece: first aid and conservation


16:30 - 20:00 FREE TIME / 16:30-18:30 BOARD MEETING

20:00-21:00 GUIDED TOUR: LALAOUNIS JEWELRY MUSEUM

21:00 COCKTAIL DINNER AT THE LALAOUNIS JEWELRY MUSEUM

SATURDAY 13 - POST-CONFERENCE

10.00 MENTIS- CENTRE FOR THE PRESERVATION OF TRADITIONAL TEXTILE TECHNIQUES

12:00 “DESTEFASHIONCOLLECTION” AT BENAKI MUSEUM (AT PIREOS ST.)

16:30 ACROPOLIS MUSEUM

19:00 BENAKI MUSEUM (MAIN BUILDING)