My Scholarship


My work on clothing and F. Scott Fitzgerald has included: a senior paper at Johns Hopkins; a master’s thesis at the Fashion Institute of Technology; articles for newsletters; papers at conferences; a opinion or two for historically minded costume designers, and now, a website.

Here are my more scholarly offerings on Fitzgerald’s life and work:

“Caps, Canes, Coonskins: Princeton and the Evolution of Collegiate Dress, 1900-1930,” Journal of American Culture

“Showing Your Stripes: Student Culture and the Significance of Clothing at Princeton, 1910-1933,” Princeton University Library Chronicle

“Making the Princeton Man: Collegiate Clothing and Campus Culture, 1900-1920,” Display: The Places and Spaces of Fashion

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