Dr Joanne Entwistle
Senior Lecturer, Culture, Media and Creative Industries
Tel +44 (0)20 7848 1504
Culture, Media and Creative Industries
King’s College London
339 Norfolk Building
Goldsmiths College, University of London - PhD Sociology
Previously Reader, Cultural and Historical Studies, London College of Fashion, University of the Arts, London
the sociology of fashion
dress and embodiment
cultural workers and processes of cultural mediation
Expertise and Public Engagement
(2010) The Aesthetic Economy: Markets in Clothing and Fashion Modelling (2010), Berg
(2001) Body Dressing (co-editor, with Professor Elizabeth Wilson) Berg
(2000) The Fashioned Body: Fashion and Dress in Modern Social Theory (2000), Polity (published as El cuerpo y la moda in Spanish, 2002; Chinese and Japanese editions, 2005, 2006)
Fashioning Models: Image, Text and Industry (co-edited with Elizabeth Wissinger, CUNY) (Berg) Manuscript submission December 2010, publication in 2011
The Fashioned Body: Fashion and Dress in Modern Social Theory (second edition), Polity. Manuscript submission, August 2011, publication in 2012.
The Fashion Reader (co-editor with Sandy Black, Amy de la Haye, Agnes Rocamora, Helen Thomas, Regina Root,) Berg (scheduled for 2013)
(2010) 'Global flows, local encounters: spatalizing tacit aesthetic knowledge in high fashion' SPACES online, Vol 6, Issue 2006-02. Toronton and Hidelberg: www.spaces-online.com
(2006) 'Keeping up Appearances: aesthetic labour and identity in the fashion modelling industries of London and New York' (with Elizabeth Wissinger) Sociological Review 54 (4) pp 773-793.
(2006) 'The field of fashion realized: a case study of London Fashion Week' (with Agnes Rocamora) Sociology 40 (4) (2006) pp 735-750
(2006) 'The cultural economy of fashion buying' Special Issue, Encounters in the Global Fashion Industry Current Sociology 54(5) pp 704-724
(2002) 'The aesthetic economy: the production of value in the field of fashion modelling' Journal of Consumer Culture, 2 (3) pp 317-340
Editorial advisory Board Member, Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty.
Virtual Advisory Board Member ESRC project, 'If the Shoe Fits: Footwear, Identification and Transition' (University of Sheffield).
Invited Visiting Professor at Copenhagen Business School 'Creative Encounters' Research Centre (1 April - 30 June, 2009).
This was a fully-funded position in the Faculty under the auspices of the Otto Mønsted Fund.
Adjunct Professor University of Technology, Sydney, Australia (appointed in June 2006).