Textile Trades, Consumer Cultures, and the Material Worlds of the Indian Ocean

Textile Trades, Consumer Cultures, and the Material Worlds of the Indian Ocean

An Ocean of Cloth

Fee, Sarah; Campbell, Gwyn; Machado, Pedro

Springer International Publishing AG

06/2019

426

Mole

Inglês

9783319863634

15 a 20 dias

This collection examines cloth as a material and consumer object from early periods to the twenty-first century, across multiple oceanic sites-from Zanzibar, Muscat and Kampala to Ajanta, Srivijaya and Osaka.
1. Introduction: The Ocean's Many Cloth Pathways I. Regions of Production 2.Textiles and Silver: The Indian Ocean in a Global Frame 3. Cloth and Commerce: Understanding Indian Economic History 4. Handkerchiefs, Scarves, Sarees and Cotton Printed Fabrics: Japanese Traders and Producers and the Challenges of Global Markets 5. Kanga Made in Japan: The Flow from the Eastern to the Western End of the Indian Ocean World 6. A Worn Insecurity: Textiles, Industrialization and Colonial Rule in Eritrea during the Long Twentieth Century II. Trade, Exchange and Networks of Distribution 7. Distributive Networks, Sub-Regional Tastes, and Ethnicity: The Trade in Chinese Textiles in Southeast Asia from the Tenth to Fourteenth Centuries CE <8.Textile Reorientations: The Manufacture and Trade of Cottons in Java c. 1600-1850 9."The Dearest Thing on the East African Coast": The Forgotten Nineteenth Century Trade in "Muscat Cloth" 10.Converging Trades and New Technologies: The Emergence of Kanga Textiles on the Swahili Coast in the Late Nineteenth Century III. Cultures of Consumption 11. Warp and Weft: Producing, Trading and Consuming Indian Textiles across the Seas (First-Thirteenth Century CE) 12. The Decline of the Malagasy Textile Industry, c. 1800-1895 13. Contemporary Geographies of Zanzibari Fashion: Indian Ocean Trade Journeys in the Run-Up to Ramadhan Festivities 14. Coda
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