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·        Personal Information

·        Professional Experience

·        Faculty Load

·        Memberships, Honors and Awards

·        Field Research and Publications

·       Funded Research

·        Presentations (Refereed)

·        Invited Lectures and Exhibitions

 

 

 

CURRICULUM VITA
(Revised  February 2006)
Marlene R. Breu, Ph.D.
Professor, Textile and Apparel Studies
Family and Consumer Sciences
Western Michigan University
3408 Kohrman Hall
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5322
(269) 387-3434
Fax:  (269) 387-3353
m.breu@wmich.edu

NAME:                                               Breu, Marlene Alice Renalds
RANK:                                               Professor
FACULTY:                                         Graduate
DATE APPOINTED TO WMU:      August 12, 1996
ACADEMIC DEGREES:                

Degree             Date                             Specialty                                  Institution

Ph.D.               1996                            Textiles & Apparel                   University of Minnesota
M.S.                1968                            Clothing & Textiles                   Purdue University
B.S.                 1966                            Home Economics Ed.               James Madison University

 

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Dates               Job Title                       Employer                                              Address
2006-present   Professor                     Western Michigan University             Kalamazoo, MI
2002-2006      Assoc. Professor           Western Michigan University                 Kalamazoo, MI
1996-2002       Asst. Professor Western Michigan University                 Kalamazoo, MI
1983-1996       Instructor                      College of St. Scholastica                     Duluth, MN
1986-1988-89 Teaching Specialist       University of Minnesota-Duluth Duluth, MN
1983-1996       Clothing Consultant       Home-Based Business              Duluth, MN
1973-1976       Instructor                      College of St. Scholastica                     Duluth, MN
1970-1972       Instructor                      University of Minnesota                        Carlton County, MN
1968-1970       Instructor                      University of Illinois                               Williamson Co., IL

 

 

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FACULTY LOAD

           

            Spring 2007
                        FCS 220:         Textiles – 3 hours        
                        FCS 326:         History of Fashion – 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress – 3 hours
                        FCS 5980:       Independent Study – 3 hours
                        FCS                 Master’s Thesis

            Fall 2006
                        FCS 2200:       Textiles – 2 sections, 3 hours
                        FCS 5240:       Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress – 3 hours
                        FCS 5980        Independent Study – 2 hours
                        FCS 5980:       Independent Study – 3 hours
                        FCS                 Master’s Thesis

 

            Spring 2006
                        FCS 220:         Textiles – 3 hours        
                        FCS 326:         History of Fashion – 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress – 3 hours
                        FCS 5980:       Independent Study – 3 hours
                        FCS 5980:       Independent Study – 3 hours

             Fall 2005
                        FCS 2200:       Textiles – 2 sections, 3 hours
                        FCS 5240:       Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress – 3 hours
                        FCS 5980        Independent Study – 2 hours
            Spring 2005
                        FCS 220:         Textiles – 3 hours        
                        FCS 326:         History of Fashion – 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress – 3 hours
                        FCS 598:         Independent Study – 3 hours
            Fall 2004
                        FCS 220:         Textiles – 3 hours
                        FCS 322:         Flat Pattern II – 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress – 3 hours
           
            Fall 2003 (Izmir Economic University)
                        FAS 203:         History of Costume
                        FAS 307:         Fashion Sociology
           
            Winter 2003
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 2 sections, 3 hours each
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress - 3 hours
                        FCS 598:          Independent Study – 1 hour
            Fall 2002
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress - 3 hours
            Winter 2002
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 2 sections, 3 hours each
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Dress - 3 hours
            Fall 2001
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 224:         Experimental Clothing - 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
            Winter 2001
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 2 sections, 3 hours each
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
            Winter 2000
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
                        FCS 522:         Contemporary Turkey:  Its Culture and Families - 2 hours (3 hours  for Lee Honors College)
            Fall 1999
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 224          Experimental Clothing - 3 hours
           Winter 1999
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 Hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
              Fall 1998
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
            Spring 1998
                        FCS 405:         Travel/Study Seminar - 1 to 3 hours
                                                New York Study Tour (in conjunction with Interior Design faculty)
            Winter 1998
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
            Fall 1997
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 224:         Experimental Clothing - 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
            Winter 1997
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours
                        FCS 524:         Socio/Psychological Aspects of Clothing - 3 hours
            Fall 1996
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 124:         Apparel Construction - 3 hours
                        FCS 220:         Textiles - 3 hours

 

 

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PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

            National
                        Costume Society of America, 1990-present
                        North American Friends of ARIT (American Research Institute in Turkey)-1999-present
                        International Textile and Apparel Association, 1988-present
                        Society for Armenian Studies, 1998-present
                        Textile Society of America, 1990-present
                        The Fulbright Association, 2004-present
                        Turkish Studies Association, 1997-present

            Regional
                        Friends of Turkish Studies Colloquium, University of Michigan, 1997-2005
                        Region III/IV Costume Society of America, 1990-present

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL HONORS AND AWARDS

            Professional Honors

Fulbright Senior Lecturer, Izmir Economic University, Turkey, fall term, 2003-2004.

Appointed a Research Associate of the Diether H. Haenicke Center for International and Area Studies,                       1999.

                        Selected for Departmental Merit Award, 2000, 1999, 1998

Invited member, Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society, 1994-present

                        Invited member, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 1993-present

 

            Study and Travel Awards
                      Recipient, International Education Faculty Development Fund to present paper in Izmir, Turkey, $1000, 2006.
                      Recipient, Support for Final Preparation and Publication of Papers and Exhibition of Creative Works (Region                                  III/IV CSA & ITAA Conferences), 1997-98
                       Recipient, Kappa Omicron Nu Hetti M. Anthony Fellowship, $2000, 1994
                       Recipient, Twin Cities Home Economists in Home and Community Scholarship for Graduate Studies, $1200,                                  1993
                       Recipient, Mary Josephine Cochran Fellowship for Graduate Studies, American Association of Family and                                  Consumer Sciences, $3000, 1993

 

 

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FIELD RESEARCH

                        Field research completed in Turkey in 1990 (preliminary), 1994 and 1995

(dissertation), 1996, 1997, 1998,  1999,  2000(2),  2002(2), 2003, 2004, and 2005 (2), and 2006.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

            Refereed Articles

 

                  Breu, M., & Himam, F. D. (2006).  Turkish Oya Needlelace:  Interpretation within a Living History Context in           Rural Turkey.  In proceedings of the Uluslararasi Geleneksel Sanatlar Sempozyumu (International Symposium of           Traditional Arts), Bildiriler Cilt 2, 385-391.

                        Breu, M. (2004).  The Ubiquitous T-shirt & Fashionable “Islamic Dress”:  Cultural Authentication in Turkey .          In Appropriation, Acculturation, Transformation: Proceedings of the Textile Society of America 9th Biennial            Symposium, 110-117. CD-ROM.

 

Marchese, R.T. with Breu, M. (2003). Sacred  textiles:  The hidden wonders of the Armenian Apostolic Church collections of Istanbul.  Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, 7(2), 86-99.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R. (2002).  Expressions in Silk: Embroidered Miniatures on Historic Textiles from the Armenian Apostolic Churches of Istanbul.  In Silk Roads, Other Roads: Proceedings of the Textile Society of American 8th Biennial Symposium.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R. (2002).  Pomp and splendor: Religious textiles from the Armenian Apostolic Church collections in Istanbul.  Athena Review, 3(1), 69-73.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R (2001).  Armenian religious textiles in Istanbul.  Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, XIII(1/2), 175-196.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R. (2000).   Social commentary and political action: The

headscarf as popular culture and symbol of political confrontation in modern Turkey.  Journal of Popular Culture, 33.4, 25-38.

 

Breu, M.with Marchese, R. (2000).  World markets and their impact on Turkish weaving: Understanding cultural transformation.  Anatolica, XXV,  243-250.

 

                        Breu, M. with Marchese, R. (1999).  Brokers of textile traditions: The case

            of the shopkeepers in modern Turkey.   In Creating Textiles: Makers, Methods,   

            Markets  (pp. 165-174). Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Symposium of the

            Textile Society of America, Inc. New York: Textile Society of America, Inc.

 

           

Refereed Articles (in process)

Breu, M.  The parts are equal to a splendid whole: Deconstructing the ensembles of Turkish traditional dress. 

 

Refereed Abstracts

Breu, M., with Marchese, R. (2002)  Use of Digital Technology for Analysis of Textile Objects.  In Proceedings of the International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting, New York, NY.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R. (2001).  The Supplemental thread: Embellishments of splendor in Armenian sacred textiles.  In 19th Annual Ars Textrina Conference on Textiles. Decorah,  IA.

 

                        Breu, M. (1997).  Turkish traditional dress: Repository of meanings and

hybridization in the modern world.  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association (20-21). Monument, CO: ITAA, Inc.

 

                        Breu, M. (1993).  The meaning of the veil: Physical forms and categories

            Of analysis in the sociocultural context.  In C. Ladisch (ed.), Proceedings of the

           Annual Meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association (89).

           Monument, CO: ITAA, Inc.

 

Books

            Marchese, R. T., & Breu, M. R.   Treasures of Faith:  Sacred Relics and Artifacts from the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul.  Manuscript in process.

 

Marchese, R. T., & Breu, M. R.   Splendor and Pageantry: Textile Treasures from the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul.  Istanbul, Turkey:  Citlembik.    Manuscript scheduled for publication in January, 2006.

 

Chapters or Sections in Books

                         Breu, M. R. (In press).  The role of scents and the body in Turkey.  In D. C. 
           Johnson and H. Bradley (Eds.), Scents and Sentiments.  Oxford:  Berg.

                        Breu, M. R., & Breu, L. A. Globalization:  Positive and negative impact

            on families.  In M. Bruss, ed., Global Ecology of the Family.  In process.

 

Marchese, R. T., & Breu, M. Images of the Divine:  Sacred embroideries from the Armenian Patriarchate of Istanbul.  In  L. Cuppo, (Ed.), Vivarium in Context, p. 1-40.  Venice, Italy: Pozzo Publishers. Scheduled for publication in December, 2005.

 

 

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R. (2005).  Protecting the populace: Blue beads and other amulets in the popular culture of Turkey.  In R. Marchese (Ed.), The Fabric of life:  Cultural transformations in Turkish Society, p. 99-126.  Binghamton, NY: Global Academic Publishing.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R. (2005). The power of cloth: Popular culture that intersects socio-political boundaries in modern Turkey.  In R. Marchese (Ed.), The Fabric of life:  Cultural transformations in Turkish Society, p. 85-98.  Binghamton, NY: Global Academic Publishing.

 

Breu, M. (2005). Turkish Traditional Dress: Perpetuation of Popular Culture in Village Community Life.  In R. Marchese (Ed.) The Fabric of life: Cultural transformations in Turkish Society, p. 145-160.  Binghamton, NY: Global Academic Publishing.

 

Breu, M.  (1999). Traditional Turkish women’s dress: A source of common understandings for expected behaviors.  In L. Welters (Ed.), Folk Dress in Europe and Anatolia: Beliefs about Protection and Fertility, p. 33-52.  Oxford:  Berg.

 

            Invited Articles

 

Breu, M. (in press). Review of the book, Ottoman Costumes: From Textile to Identity, Costume Society of America Newsletter.

 

Breu, M. (2003). Turkish traditional dress.  In Encyclopedia of Asia. Barrington, MA :  Berkshire Publishing Group LLC. 

 

Breu, M.  (1999).  Review of the book, The ladies’ paradise.  International Textile and Apparel Association Newsletter, 21 (4), 6. 

 

Breu, M.  (1998).  Cross-cultural education in the field: Crossing the borders to enlightenment.  Dialogue 8 (3).  East Lansing, MI: Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society.

 

Web Page Publications

            Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  Testimonies of Splendor: Religious Textiles from the Armenian Churches of Istanbul.  http://www.geocities.com/breu_marchese.

 

Unpublished Documents

            Breu, M. (1972, revised 1999).  Textile laboratory manual. (Unpublished).

 

            Breu, M. (1996).  Traditional Turkish dress today as representation and abstraction of female gender roles in village life.  Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

 

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RESEARCH

 

            Research, Funded

Faculty Research and Creative Activities Support Fund Grant for research titled “Sacred Artifacts from Armenian Church Collections of Istanbul,”  $5000, 2005.

 

Western Michigan University Assessment Grant titled “Assessment of Student Preparedness for Field Experience”.  Co-authored with E. Buckley, B. Dickey, A. Rojani, and P. Viard.  $5000, 2003-2005.

 

Western Michigan Univesity technology grant for laptop, 2003.

 

Eulalia Toms Family & Consumer Sciences Research Endowment Fund Grant for research titled "Historical Textile Artifacts of the Armenian Churches of Istanbul," $3000, 2000.

 

Faculty Research and Creative Activities Support Fund Grant for research titled “Historical Textile Artifacts of the Armenian Churches of Istanbul,”  $5000, 2000.

 

The Diether H. Haenicke Center for International and Area Studies stipend for research titled “Historical Textile Artifacts of the Armenian Churches of Istanbul,” $3000, 2000.

 

The Harold Keshishian private fund for research titled "Historical Textile Artifacts of the Armenian Churches of Istanbul, $250, 2000.

 

Knights of Vartan Fund for Armenian Studies grant for research titled “Textile Artifacts of the Armenian Churches of Istanbul,”  $2000, 1999.

 

                        Recipient, grant from The Limited, Inc. to visit textile and apparel

             industries in Turkey as part of plans for the year 2000 field study tour, $1000,  

            1998-99.

 

                        Recipient, WMU Family and Consumer Sciences Award, field research in

             Turkey

(collected data on textile and dress traditions, cultural change, and its impact on women and textile activity in four villages in northwest Turkey), $200, November 1996

 

                        Recipient, Dora A. Waller Graduate International Research Award for

            Dissertation research in Turkey, $2700, 1995

 

                        College of St. Scholastica Faculty Development Small Grants for   

            work in Turkey, $750 each, 1990, 1994

 

 

 

PRESENTATIONS (Refereed)

 

Marchese, R., & Breu, M. Treasures of Faith: Sacred Relics and Artifacts from the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul. Paper accepted for presentation at the 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 10-13, 2007, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

Breu, M., & Himam, F. D. (2006). Turkish Oya Needlelace: Interpretation within a Living History Context in Rural Turkey. Presented at the Uluslararasi Geleneksel Sanatlar Sempozyumu (International Symposium of Traditional Arts), November 16-18, 2006, Izmir, Turkey.

 

Breu, M., & Himam, D.   Turkish Oya Needlelace:  Mediation of Rural Women’s Private/Public Space and Expected Gender Role Behaviors.  Paper presented at the International Textile and Apparel Association Conference, November 2-6, 2005, Alexandria, VA.

 

Breu, M.  Natural and Applied Body Scents as Mediators in the Socio-cultural Environment:  A Cross-cultural Example.  Presented at The Senses & Sentiments of Dress symposium, September 16, 2005, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. 

 

Breu, M.  The Ubiquitous T-shirt & Fashionable “Islamic Dress”: Cultural

             Authentication in Turkey.  Presented at the Textile Society of America 9th

             Biennial Symposium, October 7, 2004, Oakland, CA.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  Expressions in Silk: Embroidered Miniatures on Historic Textiles from the Armenian Apostolic Churches of Istanbul.  Presented at the Textile Society of American 8th Biennial Symposium, September 28, 2002, Smith College, Northampton, MA.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  Use of Digital Technology for Analysis of Textile Objects.  Presented by Marlene Breu at the International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting, August 9, 2002, New York, NY.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  From the monumental to the miniature: Armenian sacred textiles from the Apostolic Churches of Istanbul, Turkey.  Presented by Ronald Marchese at the First Reading XXII Symposium, April 19, 2002, University of Minnesota-Duluth.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  The supplemental thread: Embellishments of splendor in Armenian sacred textiles.  Presented by Marlene Breu at the Ars Textrina Annual Conference on Textiles, June 22, 2001, Luther College, Decorah, IA.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  Constantinople:  The missing link in Armenian Church textile art.  Joint presentation at the 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 6, 2001, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  Sacred cloth: Assessment of the religious textiles from the Armenian Church Collections of Istanbul.  Presented by Ronald Marchese at the First Reading XXI Symposium, April 27, 2001, University of Minnesota-Duluth.

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  Religious and Secular Textiles: Selections Collected from the Armenian churches and communities of Istanbul.  Presented by Marlene Breu at the World Conference Armenia 2000, September 1-10, 2000, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle, Germany.

 

Breu, M.with Marchese, R. Preliminary Analysis of the Religious and Secular Textiles from the Armenian Church Collections of Istanbul.  Presented by Ronald Marchese at the Ars Textrina Seventeenth Annual Conference on Textiles and Costume, June 25-27, 1999, St. Paul, MN

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  The use of textiles in religious ritual: Sacred cloth in

the Armenian rite – A preliminary study of the Armenian collections in Istanbul, Turkey.  Presented by Marlene Breu at the 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 6, 1999, Kalamazoo, MI

 

            Breu, M. with Marchese, R. Brokers of textile traditions: The case of the shopkeepers in modern Turkey.  Presented by Marlene Breu at the Textile Society of America Sixth Biennial Symposium, September 24-26, 1998, New York City, NY

 

            Breu, M. The ubiquitous headscarf: Popular culture or potent symbol in contemporary Turkish culture.  The Popular Culture Association Annual Meeting, April

8 – 11, 1998, Orlando, FL

 

            Breu, M. Turkish traditional dress: Repository of meanings and hybridization in the modern world.  International Textile and Apparel Association annual meeting, November 12 – 15, 1997, Knoxville, TN

 

            Breu, M. Turkish traditional dress: Its function to perpetuate culture in village community life.  Costume Society of America Regions III and IV annual meeting, October 23 – 25, 1997, Chicago, IL

 

           

 

Breu, M.  Collecting Costume Data in Turkey.  Concurrent session “Collecting Costume Date Cross-Culturally: Local Values and Differing Lifestyles.”  Costume Society of America national meeting, May 28 – 31, 1997, Pittsburgh, PA

 

            Breu, M., & Marchese, R. From tent to town: A study of Turkish folk and emerging popular culture.  Popular Culture Association annual meeting, March 26 – 29, 1997, San Antonio, TX

 

            Breu, M. The dressed female in the ritual of mate selection for marriage in Turkish village life.  Special topics session, “Dress Images: Where Body, Culture, and Environment Intersect.”  International Textile and Apparel Association international meeting, October 1995, Pasadena, CA

 

            Breu, M. Interpretive Research: Traditional Turkish dress as objectification of belief systems.  Panel session, “Epistemology and Methodology: Foundations for Effecting Change.  International Textile and Apparel Association international meeting, October 1994, Minneapolis, MN

 

            Breu, M. The meaning of the veil: Physical forms and categories of analysis in the sociocultural context.  Poster presentation.  International Textile and Apparel Association international meeting November 3 – 6 1993, White Sulfur Springs, WV

 

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INVITED LECTURES

Breu, M.  Textiles of Brazil.  Presented to the FCS Seminar on Brazil, February 12, 2005. 

 

Breu, M.  Textiles of Turkey.  Presented to the Kalamazoo Weavers’ Guild, Kalamazoo, MI, September 13, 2004.

 

Breu, M. The Nature and Meaning of Dress. Three lectures presented to the Fashion program at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Qatar campus.  Doha, Qatar, April 12-15, 2004. 

 

Breu, M. with Marchese, R.  From Tent to Town:  Traditional Folk and Emerging Popular Culture.  Lecture presented jointly at the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Qatar campus. Doha, Qatar, April 13, 2004.

 

Breu, M.  The Nature and Meaning of Dress, and  Classification System for Dress & Dress as Non-verbal Communication.  Two lectures presented to the Fine Arts (fashion & textile arts) faculty and students at Marmara University in Istanbul, Turkey, March 1 & 2, 2004.

 

Breu, M.with Marchese, R.  Sacred Vestments and Textile Treasures from the Armenian Apostolic Churches of Istanbul.  Lecture presented at the Spectrum Lecture Series, University of Minnesota at Duluth, April 3, 2003.

 

Breu, M.  The meaning of dress.  Presented to a symposium, May 27, 2002, Latvian Agricultural University, Jelgava, Latvia.

 

Breu, M. Turkish Traditional Dress: Raiments of Splendor in Anatolia.  Lecture presented at Village Voices: The Weaving of Anatolia, 75th Anniversary of The Textile Museum, in conjunction with Anatolian Kilim Exhibition and the 23rd Rug Convention at The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C., October 13-15, 2000.

 

Breu, M. Textiles & apparel in Turkey: Historical foundation to modern industry.  Lecture to a seminar, “Contemporary Turkey: Its Culture and Families,” Western Michigan University, February 19, 2000.

 

            Breu, M. Social commentary and political action: The headscarf as

popular culture and symbol of political confrontation in modern Turkey.  Lecture presented to the University of Michigan Turkish Studies Colloquium, September 18, 1998, Ann Arbor, MI.

 

 

EXHIBITIONS

Breu, M. with Marchese, R. Exhibition of Turkish and Central Asian texiles presented at the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Qatar campus.  Doha, Qatar, April 12-15, 2004.

 

 

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