Marie Botkin is an assistant professor at California State University Long Beach and lectures on textiles and the history of fashion.


Publications:
Lartigue: The Photographer of Modern Life

The photographer Lartigue captures the “passing moment …and all the suggestions of eternity that it contains” (Baudelaire 1964:5) in his photographs from the Belle Epoque.

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Working Space: The Visual Style of Jean Vilar and Leon Gischia

The National Popular Theatre was rejuvenated in 1947 when Jean Vilar and Leon Gischia collaborated to create a new visual style at the Pope's Palace in Avignon.

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CAD Web Enhancements for Fashion Design: Using Computer Tutorials to Teach Design

This paper discusses the development of new Camtasia video tools for a CAD fashion course and the initial reactions of the students who used them in class.

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Costume and Representation: Creating the Femme Fatale in American Film Noir

The American femme fatale in early noir film is created visually through costume, lighting, and scenic representation.

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The Evolution of Fashion Media: Participatory Culture and Style

The history of fashion media corresponds to developments in technology and hierarchical societal structures. With the recent rise of the internet, style and fashion are created by a collective voice.

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Medieval Manuscript Illuminations and Fashion Change: Connecting Everyday Life to Stylistic Change in Art

This research focuses on the changes in fashion and art in the fourteenth century in France to reveal a qualitative connection between the arts of everyday life and manuscript painting.

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