How would you employ conceptual writing about taste (by Bourdieu and/or other writers relevant to this module) in an analysis of the cultural hierachies that operate in the context of fashion?

How would you employ conceptual writing about taste (by Bourdieu and/or other writers relevant to this module) in an analysis of the cultural hierachies that operate in the context of fashion? Please refer to the following core reading. 1. Pierre Read More …

‘Millions of spiritual creatures walk the earth/ Unseen, both when we wake, and when we sleep’. (John Milton, Paradise Lost (1667), Book 4, ll. 667-668) ‘[…] men not knowing that such apparitions are nothing else but creatures of the Fancy, think

‘Millions of spiritual creatures walk the earth/ Unseen, both when we wake, and when we sleep’. (John Milton, Paradise Lost (1667), Book 4, ll. 667-668) ‘[…] men not knowing that such apparitions are nothing else but creatures of the Fancy, Read More …