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Women’s Fashions in Transition: Ottoman Borderlands and the Anglo-Ottoman Exchange of Costumes

by Onur Inal

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Following the considerable increase in the interactions between Ottomans and Europeans, Ottoman port cities, referred to here as “borderlands,” became meeting places of distinct worlds. Ottoman and British people met, clashed, and grappled with each other in the borderlands of the Ottoman Empire. There was unbalanced, disparate, and disproportionate, but also mutual and constant interchange between the two societies. This article discusses one facet of this interchange: the Anglo-Ottoman exchange of women’s costumes.

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Creator:

Onur Inal

Linked to:

Journal of World History

Year:

2011

Language:

English

Tagged:

Costume, Fashion history, Gender