Prof. Rachel Worth’s professional output

Fashion for the people: a history of clothing at Marks & Spencer

Book – Published 1st Jan 07

The publication of this book was supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (then AHRB) Research Leave Scheme, 2005. On publication of this book, Worth was invited to participate in live braodcasts on national radio(BBC Radio 4, ‘You and Yous’ (24 January 2007) and ‘Thinking Allowed’ (31 January 2007). Conference papers delivered in association with research undertaken for this book include ‘High street fashion in the 1960s’, V&A Museum, London (contribution to study day, January 2003, associated with ‘Ossie Clark’ exhibition); ‘Uniformity on the high street?’ (invited lecture to Costume Society, Bath, October 2006) Portfolio: Encyclopaedia entry, Worth, R., ‘Marks & Spencer’ in Steele, V. (ed.)(2005)’Encyclopaedia of clothing and fashion’ Farmington Hills, MI : Charles Scribner’s Sons, vol 2., pp. 385-6. CD of BBC Radio 4 live broadcast, ‘Thinking Allowed’, 31 January 2007.

Publication details

Publication statusPublished
Refereed1
Publishers nameBerg
Number of pages155
ISBN9781845201746