Monday, September 16, 2013

Cultural and Social History

Another perfect fall/summer day: strolling around Edmonton’s legislative grounds.

In other news, my most recent article just came out in print in the Journal of Cultural and Social History! It's a dissertation chapter that I reworked and took on the conference circuit last year - a little synopsis is here. Well, it will be as soon as they update their website!

pants: RW Winter and Co. / cardigan: ModCloth / purse: Zara / shoes: TOMS / shirt: Zara. 
Also, did I mention that my parents got me a shark tooth necklace on their most recent foray to Hawaii?

9 comments:

Closet Fashionista said...

I love that necklace! :D And the sweater looks sooo comfy! :D
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JennaStevie said...

The leg grounds are so beautiful, love wandering around there in the summertime.
Love this sweater so much!!
xJennaD

Laura Go said...

hooray! I'd love to be able to read the synopsis! Also, I LOVE that sweater! It was cool enough to walk around in layers over the weekend here, too, so I'm totally wanting tons of sweaters now!

LyddieGal said...

those are some very lovely grounds, perfect for taking outfit photos.

congrats on your recent publication!

Cee said...

Okay, this might be the best sweater ever... it looks so cute and aztec-print-y (nice adjective, I know) from the front, but then you turn around and see the giant skull. Amazing! Congratulations on your publication :)
xox,
Cee

Oh to Be a Muse said...

Congrats on your dissertation being in print. Love the sparkly Toms.

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veronika girlandcloset said...

Congrats on your article, that's great news!! And... your sweater, oh man, so gorgeous. Love how you've styled it up here!!

xo
By The Shore

HailesHeartsFashion said...

Love this cardigan, I have my eye on a similar one for Autumn :)

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Jessica said...

I love your sweater. It's awesome that your parents went to Hawaii. It is a destination that I would love to travel too some day.

Jessica @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights