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Casey Stannard

Associate Professor

Address:
235 Human Ecology

Email Address:
stannard@lsu.edu

Office Phone:
225-578-2404

College:
College of Agriculture

Department:
Department of Textiles, Apparel Design and Merchandising

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Apparel Design

 

Research Interests

  • Role of traditional textile handcrafts in contemporary society
  • Social psychological aspects of apparel design
  • Sustainable apparel design
  • Creative scholarship incorporating fiber arts techniques
  • Theory based design
  • Pedagogical approaches to apparel design.

Current Research

  • Functional apparel design for wildland firefighters (USDA multi-state project)

  • Determining optimized fit for face masks

  • Exploring locally grown fiber and determining methods of marketing these goods

Courses Taught

  • Flat pattern

  • Computer-aided pattern making

  • Draping

  • Senior apparel design studio

  • NY Field Study

  • Social Psychology of Dress (UG and GR)

  • Theory in TAM

Publications

Stannard, C. R., & Mullet, K. (2018). Consumption of raw materials by crafters: Desired characteristics of yarn and retailers. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 36(1), 17-32. DOI: 10.1177/0887302X17734644 

 

Stannard, C. R., & *Payne, S. (2018). Preferences for bowtie design: An investigation into the FEA needs of male consumers in the United States. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, 11(3), 343-351. DOI: 10.1080/17543266.2018.1448460

 

Bourgeois, B., Ng, B., Latimer, J., Stannard, C. R., Romeo, L. D., Li, X., Shepherd, J., & Heymsfield, S. (2017). Clinically-applicable optical imaging technology for body size and shape analysis: Comparison of systems differing in design. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 71(11), 1329-1335. DOI: 10.1038/ejcn.2017.142

 

Smith, D., & Stannard, C. R. (2016). Negotiating authenticity: Design decisions of regency reenactors. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 34(4), 287-302. DOI: 10.1177/0887302X16658548.

 

Stannard, C. R., & Sanders, E. (2015). Motivations for participation in knitting among young women. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 33(2), 99-114. DOI: 10.1177/0887302X14564619

 

Stannard, C. R., & Mullet, K. (2015). Use of formalized inspiration for teaching apparel design. The International Journal of the Designed Object, 9(3), 33-41. DOI: 10.18848/2325-1379/CGP/v09i03/38699

 

Stannard, C. R. (2020). An investigation of the lifestyles and selling strategies of small fiber farmers on Etsy. Fashion Practice, 12(3), 351-370. 

 

Smith, D., Stannard, C. R., Kuttruff, J. T. (2020). Closet Cosplay: Everyday expressions of science fiction and fantasy fandom among women. Fashion, Style, and Popular Culture, 7(1), 29-50.

Recent Creative Scholarship Exhibited


Stannard, C. (2019). Elevating scraps 2. Unusual Threads: Stitching Together the Future of Fashion. Mounted Gallery. Southern Vermont Arts Center. Manchester, VT. Acceptance rate: not yet released. Abstract published in gallery showcase.

 

Stannard, C. (2019). 1930’s Mini-dress. Mounted Gallery. Costume Society of America Annual Conference. Seattle, WA. Acceptance rate 50%. Abstract published in conference program.

 

Stannard, C. & *Kabir, M. F. (2018). Fishy finery. Mounted Gallery. International Textile and Apparel Association Conference. Cleveland, OH. Acceptance rate: 49%. Total score: 84 out of 100. Abstract published at: www.itaaonline.org.

 

Stannard, C. (2018). Polonaise meets zero-waste. Mounted Gallery. International Textile and Apparel Association Conference. Cleveland, OH. Acceptance rate: 49%. Total score: 84.7 out of 100. Abstract published at: www.itaaonline.org

 

Stannard, C. (2018). Carta Marina. Mounted Gallery. Costume Society of America Annual Symposium. Williamsburg, VA. Acceptance rate: 44%. Abstract published in conference program.

 

Stannard, C. R., "Covid Bride," Costume Society of America annual symposium, Virtual. (May 2021).

 

Stannard, C. R., Ratcliff, M., "Iron and Rust in the Belle Epoch," International Textile and Apparel Association annual conference, Virtual. (November 2020).