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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Guilherme Domingues Gonçales
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Carvalho, Vânia Carneiro de (President)
Cunha, Kathia Castilho
Santos, Marinês Ribeiro dos
Vilardaga, Stella Maris Scatena Franco
Title in Portuguese
Mulheres engravatadas: moda e comportamento feminino no Brasil, 1851-1911
Keywords in Portuguese
Cultura-material
Gênero
Imprensa
Moda
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa trata da divulgação e uso de peças comumente relacionadas ao vestuário masculino por mulheres no Brasil entre 1851 a 1911. A partir de pesquisa em jornais, que divulgavam tal moda, e de retratos fotográficos, que permitiram reconhecer o uso desta moda no país, foram feitas reflexões sobre que mulheres poderiam usar tal moda e em que contextos. Paletós, coletes, gravatas e calças foram os artefatos privilegiados nas análises para compreender os sentidos construídos em torno deles e os impactos provocados nas dinâmicas corporais e sociais que tais peças produziram.
Title in English
Women in ties: fashion and female behavior in Brazil, 1851-1911
Keywords in English
Fashion
Gender
Material culture
Press
Abstract in English
This research focuses on both the advertisement and actual wearing of pieces commonly related to mens clothing by women in Brazil ranging from 1851 to 1911. Starting from publications of the period focused on new fashion trends and photographs the research was able to find evidence of such fashion trends in the country. Reflections were made on limiting which women were able to wear such fashion trends and in which contexts they were allowed to. Coat, vests, ties and trousers constitute privileged artifacts for a deeper comprehension on the significances surrounding them and the impacts they have caused on bodily and social dynamics that resulted from them.
 
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Publishing Date
2019-09-10
 
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