• Revista de Historia Industrial

    http://www.ub.edu/rhi/

    La Revista de Historia Industrial es una publicación científica editada por el Departament d´Història i Institucions Econòmiques de la Universitat de Barcelona, que publica tres números al año (en la primera quincena de los meses de marzo, julio y noviembre). Su campo de interés viene determinado por la especialidad que le da nombre, aunque se encuentra abierta a otras temáticas relativas a la historia económica y empresarial. Por lo demás, atiende cualquier cronología y territorio, aunque con una atención especial a España, el resto de los países mediterráneos y América Latina durante los siglos XVIII al XX

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    La Revista de Historia Industrial es una publicación científica editada por el Departament d´Història i Institucions Econòmiques de la Universitat de Barcelona, que publica tres números al año (en la primera quincena de los meses de marzo, julio y noviembre). Su campo de interés viene determinado por la especialidad que le da nombre, aunque se encuentra abierta a otras temáticas relativas a la historia económica y empresarial. Por lo demás, atiende cualquier cronología y territorio, aunque con una atención especial a España, el resto de los países mediterráneos y América Latina durante los siglos XVIII al XX

  • Revista online sobre Joieria (Journal of Jewellery Research)

    The Journal of Jewellery Research is a peer-reviewed online and open-access publication that focuses on the design, theory and praxis of jewellery studies. It promotes jewellery research into materials, techniques, technologies, methodologies, processes, concepts and aesthetics. The journal provides an interdisciplinary arena for the discussion and analysis of jewellery spanning the conceptual, practical, pedagogical and cultural across both contemporary and historical timeframes to consider jewellery within the wealth of creative methodologies at the intersections between jewellery and other disciplines. We aim to publish original papers that have demonstrable research and a clear contribution to existing knowledge – to this end we foster submissions from practitioners, researchers, theorists, curators, and historians.

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  • Textile History

    https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/ytex20

    Textile History is an internationally recognised, peer reviewed journal and one of the leading publications in its field. It is viewed as an important outlet for current research. Published in the spring and autumn of each year, its remit has always been to facilitate the publication of high-quality research and discussion in all aspects of scholarship arising from the history of textiles and dress.

    Since its foundation the scope of the journal has been substantially expanded to include articles dealing with aspects of the cultural and social history of apparel and textiles, as well as issues arising from the exhibition, preservation and interpretation of historic textiles or clothing.

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    Textile History is an internationally recognised, peer reviewed journal and one of the leading publications in its field. It is viewed as an important outlet for current research. Published in the spring and autumn of each year, its remit has always been to facilitate the publication of high-quality research and discussion in all aspects of scholarship arising from the history of textiles and dress.

    Since its foundation the scope of the journal has been substantially expanded to include articles dealing with aspects of the cultural and social history of apparel and textiles, as well as issues arising from the exhibition, preservation and interpretation of historic textiles or clothing.

  • The 19th-Century American Trade Cards

    More than 1,000 images of 19th-century advertising trade cards selected from the Historical Collections at Baker Library ( Harvard Business School). As one of the most popular forms of advertising in the 19th-century, and as indicators of consumer habits, social values, and marketing techniques, trade cards are of interest to scholars of business history, American studies, graphic design and printing history, and social and cultural history.
    www.library.hbs.edu/hc/19th_century_tcard

  • The ADAM Project

    The Art, Design, Architecture & Media Information Gateway, is a searchable catalogue of Internet resources that have been carefully selected and catalogued by professional librarians for the benefit of the UK Higher Education community.
    www.adam.ac.uk

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