Medvedev, K. (2016). Hungarian women toe the line: How Communist propaganda parallels corporate advertising. Clothing Cultures, 3(1), 41-54.
Medvedev, K. (in press). Crime and fashion in the 1950s, 1960s in socialist Hungary. In J. Turney (Ed.), Fashion crimes: Dressing for deviance. London: I.B. Tauris.
Medvedev, K. (2011). The Cold War, fashion, and resistance in 1950s Hungary. In S. Totosy de Zepetnek & L. Vasvari (Eds.), Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies (pp. 208-219). West Lafayette: Purdue University Press.
Lewis, D., Medvedev, K., & Seponski, D. M. (2011). Awakening to the desires of older women: Deconstructing ageism within fashion magazines. Journal of Aging Studies, 25(2), 101-109. (Medvedev and Lewis are both first authors).
Roman, M., & Medvedev, K. (2011). The importance of peer approval in the sartorial purchasing patterns of The University of Georgia students in Athens, GA. College Student Journal, 45(1),164-176.
Medvedev, K. (2010). Pointy bras and loose house dresses: Female dress in Hungary and in the United States in the 1950s. AHEA: E-Journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 3 (2010). http:ahea.net/e-journal/volume 3(2010)/3.
Watson Freeman, A., Blanco, J., Hunt-Hurst, P., & Medvedev, K. (2010). Caregivers’ perceptions of clothing for people with severe and profound intellectual disabilities. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 110(3), 961-964.
Medvedev, K. (2010). Hungary: Urban dress up to 1948. In Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, edited by Joanne B. Eicher, Vol. 9, East Europe, Russia, and the Caucasus, edited by Djurdja Bartlett, (pp. 177-182). New York: Oxford University Press.
Medvedev, K. (2010). Snapshot: Changes in gender in socialism. In Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion, edited by Joanne B. Eicher, Vol. 9, East Europe, Russia, and the Caucasus, edited by Djurdja Bartlett, (pp. 191-193). New York: Oxford University Press.
Medvedev, K. (2008). Ripping up the uniform approach: Hungarian women piece together a new communist fashion. In R. L. Blaszczyk (Ed.), Producing fashion: Commerce, culture and consumers (pp. 250-272). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Medvedev, K. (2007). Dress, Hungarian socialism, and resistance. In D. C. Johnson & H.B. Foster (Eds.), Dress sense: Emotional and sensory experiences of the body and clothes (pp. 23-35). Oxford/New York: Berg.
|Name||Job Title / Department||Contact|
Professor & Undergraduate Coordinator
Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors
College of Family and Consumer Sciences
Katalin Medvedev has interests in dressing the body, social and political aspects of dress, and social sustainability.