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Faculty Publications 1993
HUMAN SCIENCE & SERVICES
Bide, Martin J. SEE also: Phaneuf, Matthew D.
Bide, Martin and Daniel O'Hara. "The Effects of Rheology Variation on Reactive Dye Print Parameters." IN: Book of Papers International Conference and Exhibits. AATCC. 1993. p.129-137.
Bide, M., M. Phaneuf, C. Ozaki, J. Alessi, W. Wuist and F. Logerfo. "The Use of Dyeing Technology in Biomedical Applications." Textile Chemist and Colorist. 25(l):15-19. January 1993.
Cerny, Catherine and Nancy Rexford. "Professional Concerns: Helping Ourselves: Understanding & Teaching the Value of Costume Collections." CSA News. 19(l):7-8,12. Spring 1993.
Cerny, Catherine A., Joanne B. Eicher and Marilyn R. DeLong. "Quiltmaking and the Modern Guild: A Cultural Idiom." Clothing and Textiles Research Journal. 12(l):16-23. Fall 1993.
Helms, Patricia A. "Rhode Island Survey of Consumer Knowledge of Clothing Flammability (New)." IN: Patton, Alexander J. and Contributing Author John C. Russell. Fire Litigation Sourcebook; Technical, Medical and Legal Aspects. Garland. 1993. p.25-28.
Ordonez, Margaret T. "Ink Damage on Nineteenth Century Cotton Signature Quilts," Uncoverings 1992. 13:149-168. 1993.
Phaneuf, Matthew D., C. Keith Ozaki, Martin J. Bide, William C. Quist, Jean M. Alessi, Gary ATannenbaum and Frank W. LoGerfo. "Application of the Quinolone Antibiotic Ciprofloxacin to Dacron Utilizing Textile Dyeing Technology." Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. 27(2):233-237. 1993.
Welters, Linda, Associate Editor. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal. Vol.11-12. 1992/93-1993/94.
Welters, Linda. "From Moccasins to Frock Coats and Back Again: Ethnic Identity and Native American Dress in Southern New England." IN: Dress in American Culture, Edited by Patricia A. Cunningham and Susan Voso Lab. Bowling Green State University Popular Press. 1993. p.6-41.
Welters, Linda and Ira Kuhn. "Mara and the Zig-Zag: Mythological Signs in Latvian Women's Headgear." Dress. 20:4-18. 1993.
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