Gundula Wolter

Gundula Wolter is a fashion historian and theorist. She holds a doctorate from the Department of Art History at the FU Berlin. From 1998 to 2008, she served as Visiting Professor of Fashion History and Theory at the UdK Berlin (Vivienne Westwood’s fashion class) and at Berlin Weissensee School of Art. She was awarded a research scholarship by the Gerda Henkel Foundation. She is a founding member and member of the board of netzwerk mode textil, an association representing the interests of cultural studies research on textiles, clothes, and fashion. Selected publications: «Die Verpackung des männlichen Geschlechts. Eine illustrierte Kulturgeschichte der Hose» (Marburg 1988), «Hosen, weiblich. Kulturgeschichte der Frauenhose» (Marburg 1994), «Teufelshörner und Lustäpfel. Modekritik in Wort und Bild 1150–1620» (Marburg 2002), «Ridikül! Mode in der Karikatur 1600–1900» (co-authored with A. Rasche) (Berlin/Cologne 2003).