profile icon
Dr

Harriette Richards

Honorary
Cultural Studies
Fashion
Settler Colonial Studies
Aotearoa New Zealand
Melancholia
Innovation
Sustainability
Gender Studies
Entrepreneurship
Harriette Richards's Profile Picture
Dr

Harriette Richards

 
Division
Arts
 
Primary Interest
Critical Fashion Studies
Harriette Richards's Profile Picture
Dr

Harriette Richards

 

Dr Harriette Richards is an Honorary (Fellow) in the School of Culture and Communication and a Research and Teaching Associate in the School of Social and Political Sciences. She completed her PhD at the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University in 2018.

Her research interests include fashion in Aotearoa New Zealand, settler colonial theory, fashion and melancholia, feminist framings of value and the future of fashion. She is currently working on research projects investigating Entrepreneurs navigating the 'Valley of Death', Modern Slavery and Radical Transparency, and a monograph about Fashion and the Settler Colonial Imagination. She is co-founder, with Professor Natalya Lusty and Dr Rimi Khan, of the Critical Fashion Studies research collective.

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Culture And Communication

Casual

Culture And Communication

Casual

Social And Political Sciences

Casual

Social And Political Sciences

Casual

Social And Political Sciences

Education


PhD (Cultural Studies)

Western Sydney University

MA (Sociology)

Victoria University