History of Fashion

Course Code: 
TEXT 338
Course Period: 
Spring
Course Type: 
Core
P: 
2
Lab: 
0
Credits: 
2
ECTS: 
7
Course Language: 
İngilizce
Course Objectives: 
The goal of this course is to establish a visual memory on the history of fashion and to pass on the knowledge of how attire was shaped through the ages in different cultures.
Course Content: 

A comperative investigation of the clothing habits, which are shaped by geographical and climatological conditions, from The Stone Age to today.

Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture, 2: Question-Answer, 3: Discussion, 9: Simulation, 12: Case Study
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Testing, C: Homework

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Course Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes Program Learning Outcomes Teaching Methods Assessment Methods
1) Knows how clothing habits were shaped in prehistoric societies. 1,2,4,11 1,2,3 A,C
2) Knows how clothing habits were shaped between 8th-9th Centuries (bce) and the birth of christ throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) 1,2,4,11 1,2,3 A,C
3) Knows how clothing habits were shaped between the birth of christ and the 10th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) 1,2,4,11 1,2,3 A,C
4) Knows how clothing habits were shaped between the 10th Century and the 15th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) 1,2,4,11 1,2,3 A,C
5) Knows how clothing habits were shaped between the 15th Century and the 18th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) 1,2,4,11 1,2,3 A,C
6) Knows how clothing habits were shaped from the 18th Century onwards throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) 1,2,4,11 1,2,3 A,C
7) Knows what the phenomenon of fashion is, by what kind of events it is effected and in what kind of a political occurence it is structured. 1,2,4,11 1,2,3 A,C

 

 

Course Flow

Week Topics Study Materials
1 Introduction to the course; explanation of the aim and the goals of the course. Giving information about the assessment methods. NONE
2 Clothing habits in prehistoric societies. PREPARATION
3 Clothing habits in prehistoric societies. PREPARATION
4 Clothing habits between 8th-9th Centuries (bce) and the birth of christ throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
5 Clothing habits between the birth of christ and the 10th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
6 Clothing habits between the 10th Century and the 15th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
7 Clothing habits between the 15th Century and the 18th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
8 Midterm NONE
9 Clothing habits in the 18th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
10 Clothing habits in the 19th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
11 Clothing habits in the 20th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
12 Clothing habits in the 20th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
13 Clothing habits in the 20th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION
14 Clothing habits in the 20th Century throughout the different parts of the World (Anatolia, Europe, Asia, Africa, Americas, Australasia... ) PREPARATION

 

 

Recommended Sources

Textbook Personal notes of the instructor.
Additional Resources Every publishing on the subject.

 

 

Material Sharing

Documents  
Assignments 12 Assignments
Exams 1 midterm, 4 quiz, 1 final

 

 

Assessment

IN-TERM STUDIES NUMBER PERCENTAGE
Mid-terms 1 50
Quizzes 4 25
Assignment 12 25
Total  6 100
CONTRIBUTION OF FINAL EXAMINATION TO OVERALL GRADE  1 70
CONTRIBUTION OF IN-TERM STUDIES TO OVERALL GRADE  6 30
Total  7 100

 

 

COURSE CATEGORY Expertise/Field Courses

 

 

Course’s Contribution to Program

No Program Learning Outcomes Contribution
1 2 3 4 5
1 Skills of seeing, perception, expression. x        
2 Developing different methods of seeing and perception skills.   x      
3 Skills of corelating and thinking interdisciplinary.          
4 Acquisition of visual and historical point of view and assesment perspective.         x
5 Understanding the principles of textile design, studying artistic and social developments in the context of design principles.          
6 Acquisition of the knowledge of pattern making via the corelation of human body with ergonomy and material.          
7 Skill of being able to use the contemporary technological achievements as a design tool.          
8 Apprehension of the methods of producing woven structures.          
9 Acquisition of experiences of creating original design product via using a method.          
10 Application of the knowledge of pattern making, which is acquired via the corelation of human body with ergonomy and material, by the help of relevant tools.          
11 Acquisition of the sociological and historical foundation supporting design philosophy.         x
12 Skill of expressing textile surfaces via sketching methods, formation of the personal ways of expressions via knowing the human body.          
13 Acquisition of structural plans and their application methods in industrial textile design.          
14 Acquisition of the knowledge of design and assessment of a work/product.          
15 Acquisition of applied, visual and oral prensentation techniques of planned original creations.          

 

 

ECTS

Activities Quantity Duration
(Hour)
Total
Workload
(Hour)
Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours) 16 4 64
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 12 5 60
Mid-terms 1 2 2
Quiz 4 2 8
Assignment 12 5 60
Final examination 1 2 2
Total Work Load     164
Total Work Load / 25 (h)     6,56
ECTS Credit of the Course     7