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Fashion and Apparel Studies: Books and E-Books

Sample Fashion Book

Advertising Menswear: Masculinity and Fashion in the British Media Since 1945 by Paul Jobling provides an analysis of advertising menswear in Britain.

Call number: HF6161.M38 J6195 2014

To find additional books about fashion and apparel, search DELCAT Discovery.

Call Number Areas in the Library

Browse these call number areas for books related to fashion and apparel studies.

  • GT on the third floor (for clothing history)
  • TT on the lower level (for fashion design and designers) and
  • TS on the lower level (for textile fabrics).

Recommendation for Purchase

The Library welcomes suggestions for books, journals, videos and other materials for the fashion and apparel studies collection. Please use the Recommendation for Purchase form to send your suggestions.

Search DELCAT Discovery

Search DELCAT Discovery to find library resources related to your research topic. Limit searches to books, journals and other items held by the University of Delaware Library or search the entire WorldCat database that encompasses millions of titles in libraries throughout the world.

UD items appear at or near the top of the results display. Material not held by the Library, labeled "WorldCat Libraries," can be requested via a link that automatically generates an interlibrary loan request form.

Search Tips

  • Place quotation marks around keyword phrases (e.g.,"techno fashion" or "journal of fashion marketing and management").
  • It is important to click either "View all formats and languages" or "View all editions" to obtain complete information about library holdings. Both links connect to the same page.
  • Boolean logic connectors (AND, OR) must be capitalized (e.g., "19th century" OR "nineteenth century").

Online Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

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