Dr Margaret Maynard

Honorary Associate Professor

School of Communication and Arts
Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

Overview

Associate Professor Margaret Maynard’s research is interests include Australian dress, identity and fashion; fashion photography and gender studies.

Her current research includes dress studies, history of fashion, and Australian fashion photography.

She is the author of:

  • Fashioned from Penury: Dress as Cultural Practice in Colonial Australia, CU Press (Cambridge University) 1994.
  • Out of Line: Australian Women and Style, Uni. of New South Wales Press, 2001.
  • Dress and Globalisation, Manchester Uni. Press, 2004.

Dr Maynard is a dress historian and an Honorary Consultant of the Queensland Museum.

Qualifications

  • PhD, Griffith University
  • Master of Arts, University of London
  • Bachelor of Arts, Rhodes University

Publications

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Supervision

  • (2002) Doctor Philosophy

  • (2013) Doctor Philosophy

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Maynard, Margaret (2016). Status: 1805-1900. 200 years of Australian fashion. (pp. 10-25) Melbourne, VIC, Australia: National Gallery of Victoria.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2015). Queensland Fashion. Remotely fashionable: a story of subtropical style. (pp. 21-35) edited by Nadia Buick and Madeleine King. Brisbane, Qld, Australia: Fashion Archives.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2013). Fast fashion and sustainability. The Handbook of Fashion Studies. (pp. 542-556) edited by Sandy Black, Amy de la Haye, Joanne Entwistle, Agnès Rocamora, Regina Root and Helen Thomas. London, UK: Bloomsbury Academic.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2012). Clothing: art clothes or wearable art?. Fashion and art. (pp. 145-154) edited by Adam Geczy and Vicki Karaminas. Oxford, United Kingdom: Berg Publishers.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2012). Fashion modelling in Australia. Fashioning models: image, text and industry. (pp. 80-96) edited by Joanne Entwistle and Elizabeth Wissinger. New York, United States: Berg Publishers.

  • Maynard, Margaret and Macaskill, Philippa (2010). Akubra. Symbols of Australia Uncovering the Stories behind the Myths. (pp. 193-200) edited by Melissa Harper and Richard White. Sydney, NSW, Australia: UNSW Press and National Museum of Australia.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2010). Distance and respectability in Colonial Australia. The Fashion History Reader: Global Perspectives. (pp. 399-401) edited by Giorgio Riello and Peter McNeil. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York: Routledge.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2010). Economies and cultures of dress. Berg Encyclopedia of world dress and fashion: Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. (pp. 9-13) edited by Margaret Maynard. Oxford, U.K.: Berg.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2010). Geographical and geopolitical introduction. Berg Encyclopedia of world dress and fashion/ vol. 7, Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. (pp. 3-8) edited by Margaret Maynard. Oxford, U.K.: Berg.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2010). Globalization and dress. Berg encyclopedia of world dress and fashion. (pp. 252-263) edited by Joanne B. Eicher and Phyllis G. Tortora. Oxford, U.K.: Berg. doi: 10.2752/BEWDF/EDch10035

  • Maynard, Margaret (2010). Preface to Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. Berg encyclopaedia of world dress and fashion, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. (pp. xvii-xviii) edited by Margaret Maynard. Oxford, U.K.: Berg.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2009). The mystery of the fashion photograph. Fashion in fiction: Text and clothing in literature, film, and television. (pp. 55-66) edited by Peter McNeil, Vicki Karaminas and Catherine Cole. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2008). Doris Zinkeisen: New Idea portrait with leaf background. Harold Cazneaux: Artist in photography. (pp. 30-31) edited by Natasha Bullock. Sydney, Australia: Art Gallery of New South Wales.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2008). The fashion photograph: An 'ecology'. Fashion as photograph: Viewing and reviewing images of fashion. (pp. 54-69) edited by Eugenie Shinkle. New York, U.S.A.: I. B. Tauris.

  • Maynard, M. (2005). Australian dress. Encyclopedia of Clothing and Fashion. (pp. 101-104) edited by V. Steele. New York: Thomson Gale.

  • Maynard, Margaret (2002). Blankets: the visible politics of Indigenous clothing in Australia. Fashioning the body politic: dress, gender, citizenship. (pp. 189-204) edited by Wendy Parkins. Oxford, United Kingdom: Berg.

  • Maynard, M. (2000). Indigenous dress. Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture. (pp. 384-390) edited by Sylvia Kleiner and Margo Neale. Melbourne: Oxford UP.

  • Maynard, M. (2000). What to wear for Holy Communion. Imaginary Materials: a Seminar with Michael Carter. (pp. 23-27) edited by John Macarthur. Brisbane: IMA Publishing.

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Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Completed Supervision

  • (2002) Doctor Philosophy — Principal Advisor

  • (2013) Doctor Philosophy — Associate Advisor