Professor Peter McNeil
Design History; inter-relationships between visual and literary forms
Historiography of Fashion Research; cross-cultural perspectives
- Nordic Fashion Studies (with Louise Wallenberg, eds), Axl, Stockholm, 2011 (in press)
- ‘Easton Pearson: Old Empire or New Global Luxury?’ in G. Adamson, G. Riello and S. Teasley (eds), Global Design History, Routledge, 2011
- The Fashion History Reader: Global Perspectives, 2010 (Routledge; with G. Riello)
- ‘Caricatura e Moda: Storia di una Presa in Giro', Italian Fashion Studies Handbook, eds. M. G. Muzzarelli and E. T. Brandi (eds.), Storie di Moda /Fashion-able Histories, Milan, Bruno Mondadori, 2010
- Fashion: Critical and Primary Sources, Renaissance to the Present Day (4 Vols.), Berg, 2009
- Fashion in Fiction. Text and Clothing in Literature, Film and Television (with V. Karaminas & C.Cole), Oxford and New York: Berg, 2009
- The Men’s Fashion Reader, Berg, 2009 (with V. Karaminas)
- ‘Libertine Acts: Fashion and Furniture’, in J. Potvin (ed), The Places and Spaces of Fashion,
1800-2007, Routledge, New York and London, 2009, pp. 154-165
- Shoes: A History from Sandals to Sneakers, Oxford and New York: Berg, 2006 (with G. Riello) [ as Scarpe: Dal Sandalo Antico alla Calzatura d'Alta Moda, Venice, Angelo Colla editore, 2007]
- ‘The art and science of walking: mobility, gender and footwear in the long eighteenth century’, Fashion Theory, 9/2 (2005), pp. 175-204 (with G. Riello).
- Everlasting: The Flower in Fashion and Textiles, exh. Catalogue (curator R. Leong), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 2005.
- ‘Refashioning the Elites’, in The Enlightenment World, eds. M. Fitzpatrick, P. Jones, C. Knewllwolf and I. McCalman, London & New York, Routledge, 2004, pp. 381-400.