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Dr Linda Dunn

Professional Practice Fellow

BCom PGCertTerTchg MHSc PhD (Otago)linda

Tel 643 479 7556
Gregory Building, Room 1:03
Email linda.dunn@otago.ac.nz
Office hours: by arrangement

Dr Linda Dunn joined the Department in 2010.

Dr Dunn holds a PhD in Textile Science and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Management. She has been involved in teaching, research and administration in a number of private and government organisations. Current research is in mid-micron wool and wool/possum blend fabrics. Other areas of interest are textile photodegradation and ageing.

Current teaching

  • Physical and performance properties of clothing and textiles
  • Clothing and textiles and the business environment

Current memberships

New Zealand Federation of Graduate Women

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Publications

Laing, R. M., Wilson, C. A., Liu, A., & Dunn, L. A. (2016). The textile-skin interface. Proceedings of the 90th Textile Institute World Conference: Textiles: Inseparable from the Human Environment. (pp. 104-111). Textile Institute. [Full Paper]

Laing, R. M., Wilson, C. A., Dunn, L. A., & Niven, B. E. (2015). Detection of fiber effects on skin health of the human foot. Textile Research Journal, 85(17), 1849-1863. doi: 10.1177/0040517515573413

Dunn, L. A., Thomson, C. D., & Wilson, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). Proceedings of the Consumer and Applied Sciences Centenary Conference: Bringing it Home: Remembering the past and feeding the future. Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago. 70p.

Journal - Research Article

Laing, R. M., Wilson, C. A., Dunn, L. A., & Niven, B. E. (2015). Detection of fiber effects on skin health of the human foot. Textile Research Journal, 85(17), 1849-1863. doi: 10.1177/0040517515573413

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Full paper

Laing, R. M., Wilson, C. A., Liu, A., & Dunn, L. A. (2016). The textile-skin interface. Proceedings of the 90th Textile Institute World Conference: Textiles: Inseparable from the Human Environment. (pp. 104-111). Textile Institute. [Full Paper]

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Conference Contribution - Edited volume of conference proceedings

Dunn, L. A., Thomson, C. D., & Wilson, C. A. (Eds.). (2011). Proceedings of the Consumer and Applied Sciences Centenary Conference: Bringing it Home: Remembering the past and feeding the future. Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago. 70p.

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