Veiling in Fashion

Space and the Hijab in Minority Communities

A multidisciplinary book exploring the hijab's role in fashion, communities and religion, which uses in-depth studies of veiling practices in Finland to reflect on Muslim dress in minority communities. Les mer
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A multidisciplinary book exploring the hijab's role in fashion, communities and religion, which uses in-depth studies of veiling practices in Finland to reflect on Muslim dress in minority communities.

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List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements

1. Introduction: The Veil, Fashion, Space, Everyday Life and Globalization
2. Investigating the Veil in Finland
3. Commercial Spaces: Local, Transnational, Multinational and Deterritorial
4. Spaces of Comfort and Discomfort: Physical and Emotional, Social and Global
5. Community Spaces: Global and Intimate Ummah, Schools and Mosques
6. Spaces of Integration and Adaptation: Citizenship, Workplace and Sport Venues
7. Public and Private Spaces: Visibility, Face and Gender
8. Conclusion: On Politics, Veiling and Sociology of Fashion

References
Appendix: Research Methods
Index

Om forfatteren

Anna-Mari Almila is Research Fellow in Sociology of Fashion at London College of Fashion, University of Arts London, UK. Her research interests include the materiality of dressed bodies and their environments; fashion globalization and the history of fashion studies; the historical/political construction of urban spaces; and wine and gender. Her edited books (with David Inglis) include The Globalization of Wine (forthcoming), The Routledge International Handbook to Veils and Veiling Practices (2017) and The Sage Handbook of Cultural Sociology (2016).