Modern, Yet Anti-Modern: Two Sides of Late-Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century Quiltmaking


From Uncoverings 2008, Volume 29 of the Research Papers of the American Quilt Study Group


By: Hanson, Marin F. 

Marin F. Hanson, Curator of Exhibitions at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum, holds undergraduate degrees from Grinnell College and Northern Illinois University and earned an MA with a double major in Textile History (Quilt Studies empha­sis) and Museum Studies from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She co-curated the Museum's exhibitions Quilts in Common and Nancy Crow: Cloth, Culture & Context and co-authored the accompanying catalog. Hanson is the lead editor of the forthcom­ing volume, American Quilts in the Modern Age: 1870-1940, the first in a planned multi-volume catalog of the Center's entire quilt col­lection.