Rhonda Garelick

Rhonda Garelick

Rhonda Garelick writes on fashion, politics, the arts, feminism, and popular culture. She is Professor of Design History and Theory at Parsons/New School University, and has taught at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Connecticut College, NYU, Princeton, and the CUNY Graduate Center. Rhonda is the author of three books, most recently, Mademoiselle: Coco Chanel and the Pulse of History. Her forthcoming book is devoted to fashion and presidential politics. Rhonda’s column, “Reading the Signs,” appears regularly in New York Magazine’s “The Cut,”  and she writes often for other newspapers and magazines. She is a Guggenheim fellow and a Fellow of the New York Institute for the Humanities, and received her BA and PhD from Yale University. For years, Rhonda also had a second career as a corporate consultant, specializing in fashion, media, and. She lives in New York City with her husband, Daniel. You can follow her on Twitter at @rkgar

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Here's Why the Klobuchar-Salad-Comb Fiasco Is SexistFeminism03/04/2019 13:01:39