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GOODRUM, A., 2011. Adroit with simplicity: the culture of female riding dress in interwar America. In: History of Women in the Americas Conference, Brunel University, London, 6 July 2011, London.

GOODRUM, A., 2011. Clothes maketh the horsewoman. National Sporting Library and Museum Newsletter (982010), p. 6.

GOODRUM, A. and HUNT, K.J., 2011. Framing rural fashion: observations from Badminton horse trials. Journal of Visual Communication, 10 (3), pp. 287-322.

GOODRUM, A., 2011. Geographies of fashion: the case for intellectual bricolage and a geography of (rural) fashion. In: Futurescan: mapping the territory. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 9781907382307

GOODRUM, A., 2011. A severity of plainness: the culture of female riding dress in America during the 1920s and 1930s. In: 10th Australian and New Zealand Association of Leisure Studies (ANZALS) Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 6-8 December 2011, Dunedin, New Zealand.

GOODRUM, A., 2010. New Zealand designer fashion. In: World encyclopaedia of dress and fashion: Australasia and Pacific volume. Oxford: Berg.

GOODRUM, A., 2010. Why does the UK not have a national dress? In: World encyclopaedia of dress and fashion: Western Europe volume. Oxford: Berg.

GOODRUM, A., 2009. Fields of fashion: redressing the urban-rural divide in fashion theory and practice. In: Land and Identity Conference, Derby University, July 2009, Derby.

GOODRUM, A., 2009. Fields of fashion: rural sites/sights in fashion retailing and consumption. In: Retail and the City: The Urban Geographies of Retailing Session, Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, August 2009.

GOODRUM, A., 2009. Fields of fashion: the case for intellectual bricolage and a geography of (rural) fashion. In: Fashion and Textile Colleges Annual Conference, Liverpool University, October 2009, Liverpool.

GOODRUM, A., 2009. True Brits: authenticity and authorship in Anglo-Japanese fashion exports. Fashion Theory: the Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, 13 (4), pp. 461-479.

GOODRUM, A., 2008. British and unBritish fashion: authenticity and authorship in Anglo-Japanese fashion exports. In: The fashion industry: trends and scope. Pune, India: ICFAI University Press.

GOODRUM, A., 2008. Exhibition review: 'Flaunt: art/fashion/culture'. Fashion Theory: the Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, 9 (1), pp. 89-94.

GOODRUM, A., 2008. Rising sun, setting trends: British fashion in, and for, Japan. In: J. JAFFE and H. JOHNSON, eds., Performing Japan: contemporary expressions of cultural identity. London: Global Oriental.

GOODRUM, A., 2007. Book review: 'Fashion's world cities'. Gender Place and Culture: a Journal of Feminist Geography, 14 (5), pp. 617-625.

GOODRUM, A., 2007. British and unBritish fashion: authenticity and authorship in Anglo-Japanese fashion exports. In: UnAustralia Conference, Cultural Studies of Australasia Annual Conference, University of Canberra, December 2007. UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 1740882539

GOODRUM, A., 2007. Celebrity and spectacle: the invention of New Zealand designer fashion [seminar presentation]. In: Environmental and Geographical Sciences Departmental Seminar Series, Manchester Metropolitan University, March 2007, Manchester.

GOODRUM, A., MOLLOY, M. and LARNER, W., 2007. Globalization, cultural economy and not-so-global cities: the New Zealand designer fashion industry. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 25, pp. 381-400.

GOODRUM, A., MOLLOY, M. and LARNER, W., 2007. Wear in the world? Auckland's designer fashion industry. In: L. WELTERS and A. LILLETHUN, eds., The fashion reader. Oxford: Berg, pp. 185-190.

GOODRUM, A., 2006. Creating industry/creative industry: fashion design and designers in New Zealand. In: Creative Dates Conference, North West Art and Design Research Group, Liverpool Tate/Liverpool John Moores University, September 2006.

GOODRUM, A., 2005. Making it (up)? Cultural entrepreneurialism in the New Zealand designer fashion industry. In: Australian and New Zealand Studies Association of North America Annual Conference, Harvard University, Boston, April 2005, Boston, USA.

GOODRUM, A., 2005. The national fabric: fashion, Britishness, globalization. Oxford: Berg.

GOODRUM, A., 2004. Exhibition review: 'The first New Zealand fashion week'. Fashion Theory: the Journal of Dress, Body and Culture, 8 (1), pp. 99-104.

GOODRUM, A., MOLLOY, M. and LARNER, W., 2004. Wear in the world? Auckland's designer fashion industry. In: I. CARTER, D. CRAIG and S. MATTHEWMAN, eds., A sociology of Auckland. Dunedin: Dunmore Press, pp. 257-274.

GOODRUM, A., 2003. Making it: inventing biography, globalising industry in New Zealand designer fashion. In: Geographies of Fashion Session, New Zealand Geographical Society Conference, University of Auckland, July 2003.

GOODRUM, A., 2003. Making it: inventing biography, globalising industry in New Zealand designer fashion. In: Australian Women's Studies Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, July 2003.

GOODRUM, A., 2003. Making it: inventing biography, individualising creativity and going global in the New Zealand designer fashion industry. In: Making an Appearance: Fashion, Dress and Consumption Conference, University of Queensland, Brisbane, July 2003.

GOODRUM, A. and CREWE, L., 2001. Fashioning new forms of consumption: the case of Paul Smith. In: S. BRUZZI and P. CHURCH-GIBSON, eds., Fashion cultures: theories, explanations, analysis. London: Routledge, pp. 25-48.

GOODRUM, A., 2001. Ivy League with a glottal stop: juxtaposition, individuality and the Paul Smith woman. In: Women's Studies Network Annual Conference, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, July 2001.

GOODRUM, A., 2001. Land of hip and glory: fashioning the 'classic' national body. In: W.J.F. KEENAN, ed., Dressed to impress: looking the part. Oxford: Berg, pp. 85-104.

GOODRUM, A., 2000. Fashioning new forms of consumption: the case of Paul Smith. In: Royal Geographical Society - Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, Women and Geography Study Group Session, University of Sussex, Brighton, January 2000, Brighton.

GOODRUM, A., 1998. Dedicated swallowers of Fascism? (Re)negotiating British national identity in the fashion and clothing export industry. In: Royal Geographical Society - Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, Kingston University, January 1998.

GOODRUM, A., 1998. Land of hip and glory! Designing the fashionable self in British clothing retailing. In: Leisure Studies Association International Conference, Leeds Metropolitan University, July 1998, Leeds.

GOODRUM, A., 1998. Wearing Britishness: (re)negotiating national identity in the fashion and clothing export industry. In: Sexing the Nation Conference, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education, July 1998.

GOODRUM, A., 1998. Wearing Britishness: designing the fashionable body politic in British clothing exports and retailing. In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Edinburgh, April 1998, Edinburgh.

GOODRUM, A., 1997. Dedicated followers of fashion. In: Wessex Consortium Easter Conference, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, April 1997.

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