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The History of Fashion and DressThe History of Fashion and Dress

Grading Information for #10

Theatre 355 Online Version

of Alaska Fairbanks

Due DateAssignmentMaximum

Points PossibleThroughout SemesterParticipation in

Message Board Postings20January 19Report on dress of a social group in your locality in the present day44January 26Links search for Ancient Jewelry44February 2Post reflections on Islamic Dress to message board22February 2Report on

Late Medieval Topic55February 9Review of Renaissance Costume Movie55February 16Synopsis and reflections on original 17th Century text on fashion54February 23Post reflections on corsets to message board3March 2Report on attempts to tie a Regency Neck cloth.6March 9Preliminary description of study garment2 2March 9eBay Auction Report66March 16Traditional Dress report5March 23Victorian topic report5April 6Report on Turn of the Century costume suppliers6April 11Post your study garment & neck cloth pictures3April 17Rough draft of final report on study garment5May 9Final report on study garment14Extra CreditPattern, Detail Drawings or Social Background web page on study garment(10)Total Points possibleNormal Assignments100Total Points possibleExtra Credit10

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