Major theoretical perspectives in the study of gender, body and clothing themes, with the basics of epistemology and methodology of specific research. Critical view and theoretical reflections on the relations between genders, sexual construction of the body, clothing/fashion and various social phenomena, situated within the scope of institutional, political, economic and aesthetic explanations. Relations between genders as well as between the body/corporality and the garment in different cultural and historical variations. Cultural and sexual stereotypes and clothing. Sexual construction of clothing and fashion. Sexual socialisation through clothing. Clothing versus nakedness. Gender, sexuality, body and clothing. Gender, clothing and politics. Clothing, gender and social status. Clothing and matrimonial state. Religious habits and rituals. Sport and physical activity. Gender, clothing and consumption. Gender and footwear.
Textile Engineering, Graphic Communication and Textile Design (TGT)