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<div class="row"><p class="span12"> Sorry, this is an experimental application that needs you to enable JavaScript. </p><div class="span12 clearfix divider"></div></div> Sorry, this is an experimental application that needs you to use IE9, Firefox, Chrome or another modern browser with SVG support, and enable JavaScript. Finding clothes that fit shouldn't be so hard. Add your measurements here to see which high-street sizes are best for you (how to measure). How to measure: Measure around the widest part of your bust, the narrowest part of your natural waist, and the widest part of your hips.

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A publishing how-to: Tips from Stacey Pierson, Ph.D. (Part 1) « Post Academic Stacey Pierson is Lecturer (which translates to Assistant Professor here in the States) at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, specializing in Chinese Ceramics and Museum Studies. She is also the one-time curator of the prestigious Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, and I imagine she could also probably work as a junior archeologist, ace appraiser, and Chinese translator, if she wanted to! "Chinese Ceramics book cover" (Courtesy of Stacey Pierson) But, for our purposes here at Post Academic, it’s her experiences as a published author of two books–Chinese Ceramics: A Design History (V&A, 2009) and Collectors, Collections and Museums: the Field of Chinese Ceramics in Britain, 1560-1960 (Peter Lang, 2007)–and her current post as the Editor of the journal Transactions of the Oriental Ceramics Society that we’re most interested in. Over the next few days, Dr. The interview continues below the fold…

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