Alexandra Sherlock
Alexandra Sherlock
Lecturer Fashion Design RMIT
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Larger than life: Digital resurrection and the re-enchantment of society
A Sherlock
The Information Society 29 (3), 164-176, 2013
682013
Worn shoes: identity, memory and footwear
J Hockey, R Dilley, V Robinson, A Sherlock
Sociological Research Online 18 (1), 128-142, 2013
502013
Occasions and non-occasions: identity, femininity and high-heeled shoes
R Dilley, J Hockey, V Robinson, A Sherlock
European Journal of Women's Studies 22 (2), 143-158, 2015
312015
The temporal landscape of shoes: a life course perspective
J Hockey, R Dilley, V Robinson, A Sherlock
The Sociological Review 62 (2), 255-275, 2014
262014
‘There’s not just trainers or non-trainers, there’s like degrees of trainers’: Commoditisation, singularisation and identity
J Hockey, R Dilley, V Robinson, A Sherlock
Journal of Material Culture 20 (1), 21-42, 2015
202015
'It's kind of where the shoe gets you to I suppose': Materializing identity with footwear.
AAA Sherlock
Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty 5 (1), 2014
72014
Footwear: Transcending the mind-body dualism in fashion theory
A Sherlock
Fashion: Exploring critical issues, 251-261, 2012
32012
Worn: Footwear, Attachment and the Affects of Wear: by Ellen Sampson (London: Bloomsbury)
A Sherlock
Fashion Theory, 1-8, 2021
2021
‘This is Not a Shoe’: An Exploration of the Co-Constitutive Relationship Between Representations and Embodied Experiences of Shoes.
A Sherlock
University of Sheffield, 2016
2016
Occasions and non-occasions: Identity, femininity and high-heeled shoes
A Sherlock, V Robinson, J Hockey, R Dilley
European Journal of Women 22 (2), 2015
2015
Everybody haffi ask weh mi get mi clarks": Clarks originals and cross-cultural appropriation
A Sherlock, T Crumplin
Proceedings of'The World at Your Feet'Footwear Conference, 1-13, 2013
2013
“Everybody haffi ask weh mi get mi Clarks” Fashion, Consumption and Cultural Exchange
A Sherlock
‘This is not a Pipe Shoe’: Deconstructing the Shoe as a Visual Metaphor for Gendered Experience.
A Sherlock
Footwear: Transcending the Mind Body Dualism
A Sherlock
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