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The Costumer's Manifesto: Articles from The Costume Research Journal byTara Maginnis

Articles by Tara Maginnis from TheCostume Research Journaland eCRJ Links Archive

Costume Sites on the WWW Series

#1 Favorite Costume Sites (Fall 2000)

#2 Costume Supplies (Winter 2000)

#3 Fetish Costume Resources (Spring 2001)

#4 Period Pattern Research & Commercial Patterns (Summer 2001)

#5 WWII Resources (Fall 2001)

#6:Masks, “Fursuits” and Puppet Making (Spring 2002)

#7:Teaching about Costumes (Summer 2002)

Making a Web Site for Your Costume Program Series

Making a Web Site for Your Costume Program Part 1: Planning and Preparation (Fall 2001)

Making a Web Site for Your Costume Program Part 2: Development (Winter 2001)

eCRJ Links Archive

Fall 2002

Traditional Nun's Habits

Wig Restyling

Costume Solutions for "Into The Woods"

Book Reviews and

Wonderflex

See also The First "test version" of the an

online edition of the "Mask Issue" Spring 2002 CRJ. With the Summer 2002 issue CRJ was mirrored in a PDF version downloadable to subscribers. Fall 2002 Susan is testing out a format where the issue is a downloadable PDF, but it is hyper linked to a

page of links to do with the articles in each issue called eCRJ

CRJ is now defunct. I suggest that those who wish to publish articles may find a place to do so at

Product Links

the online academic journal at www.clotheslinejournal.com

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