Leadville, Colorado

Lori Hall-Araujo, PhD, is a cultural historian, educator, and museum curator.  Since 2000, she has interpreted and catalogued material culture for museums and private collections including the Chicago History Museum and the Roy and Sophia Sieber African Art Collection.  She is currently the Anawalt Postdoctoral Fellow in the Center for the Study of Regional Dress at UCLA's Fowler Museum.

Recent Projects

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Coordinator and consultant for Hollywood Costume--a traveling exhibition in Los Angeles featuring over 150 costumes. 

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In November 2016, in Florence, Italy presenting The Lady in the Tutti-Frutti Hat Behind Glass: Explaining Excess at the Carmen Miranda Museum at “Costume Colloquium V: Restraint and Excess in Fashion and Dress."

Fall 2016, teaching "Fashion History and Culture" at Stephens College.

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