— [https://goo.gl/MX79ce] This episode is _______________________about sizing up the history of modeling and how it's influenced beauty culture at large.



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PATRÍCIA SOLEY-BELTRÁN presents (2006) a cultural history of modelling paying particular attention to the construction of models’ public personas through the addition of layers of meaning: class, race, nationality and so on. In doing so I will approach the study of model’s bodies as “natural symbols” (Douglas, 1994), a notion widely used in interdisciplinary gender studies (see, for instance, Warner, 1985). I will assume a notion of the body as an artefact resulting from the performative reiteration of collectively defined identity norms performed by each individual subject (Butler, 1990; Soley-Beltran, 2001). Thus, the body is taken as a sign of personal and social identity, a key to understanding the links between individuals and hegemonic definitions of identity, that is, between subjects and social institutions. Learning to control the appearance of one’s body is the first lesson in the social school of symbolic embodiment of acceptable identity and behaviour. Therefore, I expect that the historical review on the construction of the social prestige of female models will reveal the cultural values underlying such embodiment.


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"Charming Power. Models as Ideal Embodiments of Normative Identity", Trípodos. Llenguatge, Pensament, Comunicació, Vol 18, 2006, Barcelona. 23-43. PATRÍCIA SOLEY-BELTRÁN was a professional top model, now she holds a Master of Arts in Cultural History by the University of Aberdeen and she is a Doctor (PhD) in Sociology of Gender by the University of Edinburgh. Her book Divine! Models, Power and Lies has received the 43rd Anagrama Essay Prize (2015). She is member of the Research Group History of Science Studies (University Pompeu Fabra), member of the working group on the body “Cos-logia” (Institut Català d’Antropologia), founding member of the International Society for Cultural History and Editorial Board Member of Critical Studies of Fashion and Beauty


[ • Soley-Beltran worked as a fashion model, got a PhD on the Sociology of Gender, researched intensely on body, beauty and identity, and won the 2015 Anagrama Essay Prize for her book Divine! Models, Power and Lies. Change the model! | Patrícia Soley-Beltran | TEDxBarcelonaWomen ]


[ • PATRÍCIA SOLEY-BELTRÁN is also available in Spanish: "Cuerpos ideales. Una aproximación interdisciplinaria al estudio de las modelos de moda". La presentació social del cos, Quaderns d’Antropologia 26, Institut Català d’Antropologia, Barcelona (Junio 2011). 107-134. ]


[ • Tras los flashes, el lujo y el glamour, la industria de la moda esconde su cara menos amable, la relacionada con la sociedad de consumo, las necesidades creadas y la construcción de la identidad de los individuos en base a los intereses de las grandes marcas. PATRÍCIA SOLEY-BELTRÁN en Youtube ]


Patrícia Soley-Beltran's Academic Papers :
"Cuestiones de bioética relativas a la transexualidad y el transgénero" (2014) Revista de Bioética y Derecho, Universitat de Barcelona. No. 30. 21-39.

"¿Buen sexo o sexo de verdad? Perspectivas sobre la regulación del género" (Good sex or true sex? Perspectives on gender governance), Quaderns de Psicologia, Dossier "Deconstrucción de la psicopatología: actualización y retos de investigación", Teresa Cabruja (ed) (2013). Vol 15, No 1. 45-46.

"Muñecas que hablan. Ética y estética de los modelos de belleza en publicidad y moda" en Josep Martí (ed) Dossier La presentación social del cuerpo en el contexto de la globalización y la multiculturalidad, Revista de Dialectología y Tradiciones Populares, vol. LXVII, n.o 1, pp. 115-146, enero-junio 2012.

"Aesthetic (Dis)Orders: Styling Principles in Fashion Modelling"; Critical Studies in Fashion and Beauty, Vol. 2, Issue 1& 2, (2011). 185-205.

"‘Having Words For Everything'. Institutionalising Gender Migration in Spain (1998-2008)", Sexualities, Law and Sexuality, Volume 14 Issue 3 June 2011. 334 -353. (co-authored with Coll-Planas, Gerard).

"Transsexualism in Spain. A Cultural and Legal Perspective", Sociological Research Online, Vol 12 (1), 2007.

(2007) "Abrir Posibilidades. Entrevista con Judith Butler", Lectora, Vol. 13, Spain. 217-239. (co-authored with Beatriz Preciado)

"El “sexo” y la Matriz Heterosexual. Aspectos teóricos y empíricos de una reconstrucción sociológica de la teoría performativa de género de Judith Butler", Riff-Raff, Vol 34, 2006, Universidad de Zaragoza. 127-142.

"In-Transit: La transexualidad como migración de género", Género y Migraciones, Asparkía. Investigació Feminista 15, Publicacions de l’Universitat Jaume I, 2005, Castelló (Spain). 207-232.

"Modelling Femininity" in Spectacular Women, European Journal of Women Studies, Sage, 11(3), 2004, London. 309-326.

"Supermodelos como emblema cultural", Historia, Antropología y Fuentes Orales 22, 1999, Barcelona. 105-11.

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