Granata, Francesca

Francesca Granata
PhD, Art and Design History, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design
Assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons The New School for Design

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Areas of Expertise:
Fashion History, Art History; Museum Studies and Curatorial Practice
Profile:
Granata teaches in the MA Fashion Studies program at Parsons and is the founder and editor of the non-profit print and digital journal Fashion Projects, which was started in New York in 2004 as a platform to highlight the importance of fashion, particularly experimental and sustainable fashion, within current critical discourses. She is particularly interested in the integration of theory and practice. Francesca Granata has previously taught in the visual arts department at Goldsmith College in London, and held the Polaire-Weissman Art History Research Fellowship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute.
Courses Taught:
  • Dress, Bodies & Borders
  • Senior Seminar: Fashion Unbound
  • Senior Seminar: Sustainable Fashion
  • Fashion Cultures


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