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The Cultural Politics of Fur

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Fur has been sparking controversies ever since sumptuary laws marked it as a luxury item and as a sign of medieval class privilege. Drawing on wide-ranging historical and contemporary sources, Julia Emberley explains how a material goods has become both a symbol of wealth and sexuality--and a symptom of class, gender, and imperial antagonism. 41 illustrations.

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The Cultural Politics of Fur 1998, McGill-Queens University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773517066

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