Stitching Freedom: Embroidery and Incarceration with Isabella Rosner, Part I
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Embroidery historian Isabella Rosner joins us to discuss her recently published book/zine Stitching Freedom: Embroidery and Incarceration which explores the embroidery made in prisons and mental health hospitals through the surviving works of twelve individuals who are a testament to the triumphs and sorrows of the human spirit and a reminder of "what can be created when freedom is out of reach." More from Isabella: InstagramWebsiteSew What? Podcast Want more Dressed: The History of Fashion?  Our website and classesOur InstagramOur bookshelf with over 100 of our favorite fashion history titles Our Sponsors: * Check out BetterHelp: * Check out Happy Mammoth and use my code DRESSED for a great deal: * Check out Rosetta Stone and use my code TODAY for a great deal: Support this podcast at — Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:
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