Gender in Western Art, Literature and History: An Interdisciplinary Bibliography, Ja



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18TH*-CENTURY
NOTE: See 19th : Manderson (Tahiti, etc.)
Abray, Jane, "Feminism in the French Revolution," American Historical Review, 80, 1, 1975, 43-62

Agulhon, Mayurice, Marianne into Battle: Republican Imagery and Symbolism in France, 1789, Cambridge University Press, 1981

Batz, Georges de, "History, Truth and Art," Art Quarterly, 8, 4, 1945, 249-260 [Corday's assassination of Marat]

Bodec, Evelyn Gordon, "Salonnières and Blue Stockings: Educated Obsolescence and Burgeoning Feminism," Feminist Studies, 3, 1976, 191-193 [female rivalry within salon]

Boucé, Paul-Gabriel, "Chthonic and Pelagic Metaphorization in Eighteenth-Century English Erotica," Eighteenth-Century Life, 9, 3, 1985, 202-216 [scientific metaphors eroticize female body]

Boucé, Paul-Gabriel, "Mentalities sexuelles et representations du corps dans quelques erotica anglais du XVIIIe siècle," Mentalities, 3, 1-2, 1985, 17-23 [female body as terra incognita in scientific age of discovery, travel metaphors]

Brown, Laura, The Ends of Empire: Women and Ideology in Early 18th-Century English Literature, Cornell, 1993

Cameron, Vivian, "Gender and Power: Images of Women in Late Eighteenth-Century France," History of European Ideas, 10, 1989, 309-332

Cameron, Vivian, "Political Exposures: Sexuality and Caricature in the French Revolution," in Lynn Hunt, ed., Eroticism and the Body Politic, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991, 90-107

Cameron, Vivian, "The Difference of Models in High Art and Popular Culture for Women in Paris during the French Revolution," Women: Images, Role-Models. The Proceedings of the 1984 Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women Conference, Montreal, 1985, 127-131

Cameron, Vivian, "Women, Allegory, and the French Revolution: The Case of Armed Liberty,", Man and Nature (Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies), IV, 1985, 95-108

Carter, Angela, The Sadeian Woman and the Ideology of Pornography, New York: Pantheon, 1978

Darrow, Margaret, "French Noblewomen and the New Domesticity," Feminist Studies, 5, 1979

Duncan, Carol, "Fallen Fathers: Images of Authority in Pre-Revolutionary French Art," Art History, 4, 2, 1981, 186-202

Duncan, Carol, "Happy Mothers and Other New Ideas in French Art", Art Bulletin, LV, 4, 1973, 570-583

Eilberg-Schwartz, Howard, "Witches of the West: Neopaganism and Goddess Worship as Enlightenment Religions," Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 5, 1989, 77-100

Feingold, Lawrence, "Fuseli, Another Nightmare: The Night-hag Visiting Lapland Witches," Metropolitan Museum Journal, 17, 1982, 49-61

Ferguson, Frances, "Rape and the Rise of the Novel," Representations, 20, 1987, 88-112

Godby, Michael, "The First Steps of Hogarth's 'The Harlot's Progress'," Art History, 10, Mar 1987, 23-37

Goldgar, Bertrand, "Fielding and the Whores of London," Philological Quarterly, 64, Spring 1985, 265-273

Goodman, Dana, "Enlightenment Salons: The Convergence of Female and Philosophic Ambitions," Eighteenth-Century Studies, 22, Spr., 1989, 329-350

Goodman-Soellner, Elise, "Boucher's Madame de Pompadour at Her Toilette", Simiolus, 17, 1, 1987, 41-58

Grieder, Josephine, "Kingdoms of Women in French Fiction of the 1780s," Eighteenth-Century Studies, 23, Winter 1989-90, 140-156

Grigsby, Darcy Grimaldo, “Nudity à la grecque in 1799,” Art Bulletin, LXXX, 2, June 1998, 311-335 [David’s Intervention of the Sabine Women]



Huet, Marie-Hélène, Rehearsing the Revolution: The Staging of Marat's Death, 1793-1797, trans. Robert Hurley, Berkeley: Univer. of Calif. Pr., 1982

Hufton, Olwen, "Women in the French Revolution," Past and Present, 53, Nov. 1971,

Hull, Isabel, Sexuality, State, and Civil Society in Germany, 1700-1815, Ithaca: Cornell, 1996

Hunt, Lynn, "The Many Bodies of Marie Antoinette: Political Pornography and the Problem of the Feminine in the French Revolution," in Idem, ed., Eroticism and the Body Politic, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 108-130

Hunt, Lynn, Politics, Culture and Class in the French Revolution, Berkeley, 1984, 87-119

Hunt, Lynn, The Family Romance of the French Revolution, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992

Jacobus, Mary, "Incorruptible Milk: Breast-Feeding and the French Revolution," in Rebel Daughters, ed., Sara Melzer and Leslie Rabine, Oxford Univ. Press, 1992

Jones, Vivian (ed.), Women in the Eighteenth Century: Constructions of Feminity. London, New York: Routledge, 1990

Jordanova, Ludmilla, "Gender, Generation and Science: William Hunter's 'Obstetric Atlas," in W. F. Bynum and R. Porter, eds., William Hunter and the Eighteenth-Century Medical World, 1985

Jordanova, Ludmilla, Sexual Visions: Images of Gender in Science and Medicine Between the Eighteenth and Twentieth Centuries, London: Harvester, 1989

Krimm, Jane, "Marianne and the Madwomen," Art Journal, 46, Winter 1987, 299-304 [French Republic, allegory]

Lajer-Burcharth, Ewa, "David's Sabine Women: Body, Gender and Republican Culture under the Directory," Art History, 14, 3, 1991, 397-430

Landes, Joan, Woman and the Public Sphere in the Age of the French Revolution, Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1988

Levy, Darline Gay, Harriet Branson Appelwhite and Mary Durham Johnson, eds., Women in Revolutionary Paris, 1789-1795, Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1979

Lindemann, Barbara, "'To Ravish and Carnally Know: Rape in 18th-Century Massachussetts," Signs, 10, 1984, 63-82

Lipton, Eunice, "Women, Pleasure, and Painting (e.g. Boucher)," Genders, 7, Spring, 1990, 69-86

Lough, John, "Lemonnier's Painting, 'Une soirée chez Madame Geoffrin en 1755'," French Studies, 45, 3, 1991, 268-278

Lovell, Margaretta M., "Reading Eighteenth-century American Family Portraits (Social Images and Self-Images)", Winterthur Portfolio, 22, Winter 1987, 243-64

Malueg, Sara Ellen Procious, "Women and the 'Encyclopédie'," in French Women and the Age of Enlightenment, ed. Samia Spencer, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984,

Marrinan, Michael, "Images and Ideas of Charlotte Corday: Texts and Contexts of an Assassination," Arts, 54, 8, April 1980, 158-161

Maza, Sarah, reviews Madelyn Gutwirth, Twilight of the Goddess and Lynn Hunt, Family Romance of the French Revolution, in Art Bulletin, 75, 3, 1993, 535ff

Mitzman, Arthur, "Michelet, Danton and the Corruption of Revolutionary Virtue," Journal of the History of Ideas, 48, July/Sept. 1987, 453-466

Musser, Joseph F. Jr., "Sir Joshua Reynolds's 'Mrs. Abington as Miss Prue'", South Atlantic Quarterly, 83, Spring 1984, 176-92

Nochlin, Linda, "Fragments of a Revolution (La Revolution française et l'Europe, 1789-1799, Grand Palais, Paris)," Art in America, 77, Oct. 1989, 156-167

Nochlin, Linda, "Zuka's French Revolution: A Woman's Place is Public Space," Feminist Studies, 15, 1989, 549-562

Offen, Karen, "The New Sexual Politics of French Revolutionary Historiography," French Historical Studies, 16, Fall, 1990, 909-922 [review article]

Outram, Dorinda, "'Le langage mâle de la vertu': Women and the Discourse of the French Revolution", in Peter Burke, and Roy Porter, ed., The Social History of Language, Cambridge: Cam. Univ. Press, 1987,

Outram, Dorinda, "Revolution, Domesticity, and Feminism: Women in France after 1789," Historical Journal, 32, Oct. 1989, 971-979

Pardailhé-Galabrun, Annik, The Birth of Intimacy, Privacy and Domestic Life in Early Modern Paris, Univ. of Pennsylvania Press and Polity Press, 1991

Perry, Ruth, "Mary Astell and the Feminist Critique of Possessive Individualism," Eighteenth-Century Studies,

Perry, Ruth, The Celebrated Mary Astell, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986

Pohli, Carol, "'The point where sense and dulness meet': What Pope Knows About Knowing and Women," Eighteenth-century Studies, 19, Winter 85-6, 206-234

Posner, Donald, "The Swinging Women of Watteau", Art Bulletin, LXIV, 1, March, 1982, 75-88

Potts, Alex, "Beautiful Bodies and Dying Heroes: Images of Ideal Manhood in the French Revolution," History Workshop, 30, 1990, 1-21

Rand, Erica, "Boucher, David and the French Revolution: Politics and Gender in Eighteenth-Century French Painting," PhD, Un of Chicago, 1989

Rand, Erica, "Depoliticizing Women: Female Agency, the French Revolution and the Art of Boucher and David," Genders, 7, Spring 1990, 47-68

Rex, Walter, "Three Literary Approaches to the Art of Love", idem, The Attractions of the Contrary: Essays on the Literature of the French Enlightenment, Cambridge: Cam. Un. Press, 1987, 26-48

Rosenthal, Angela, "Angelica Kauffman Ma(s)king Claims," Art History, 15, 1, 1992,

Russo, Kathleen, "A Comparison of Rousseas's Julie with the Heroines of Greuze and Fuseli," Woman's Art Journal, 8, Spr-Sum, 1987, 3-7

Salvaggio, Ruth, Enlightened Absence: Neoclassical Configurations of the Feminine, Urbana: University of Illinios Press, 1988 [rev. 18th Century Studies 24, spring 1991, 402-8]

Schaub, Diana, Erotic Liberalism: Women and Revolution in Montesquieu's 'Persian Letters', 1995

Scheuermann, Mona, "An Income of One's Own: Women and Money in Moll Flanders and Roxana," Durham University Journal, 1988 June, 80:2, 225-239.

Scheuermann, Mona, "Women and Money in Eighteenth-century Fiction," Studies in the Novel, 19, Fall, 1987, 311-322

Seifert, Lewis, Fairy Tales, Sexuality, and gender in France, 1690-1715: Nostalgic Utopias, Cambridge, 1996

Sheriff, Mary, "Fragonard's Erotic Mothers and the Politics of Reproduction," in Lynn Hunt, ed., Eroticism and the Body Politic, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991, 14-40

Sheriff, Mary, Fragonard and Eroticism, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990

Sheriff, Mary, The Exceptional Woman: Elisabeth Vigéee Lebrun and the Cultural Politics of Art, Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1996

Solomon-Godeau, Abigail, "The Other Side of Vertu: Alternative Masculinities in the Crucible of Revolution," Art Journal, 56, 2, 1997, 55-61

Stafford, Barbara, Body Criticism: Imaging the Unseen in Enlightenment Art and Medicine, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1991

Stewart, Phillip, "Representations of Love in the French 18th Century", Studies in Iconography, 4, 1978, 125-148 (book illustrations)

Stewart, Phillip, Engraven Desire: Eros, Image and Text in the French Eighteenth Century, Durham: Duke University Press, 1992

Thomas, Paul, "Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Sexist?," Feminist Studies, 17, 2, 1991, 195-218

Tomaselli, S., "The Enlightenment Debate on Women," History Workshop, Autumn 1985, 101ff

Tomlinson, Janis, "Burn It, Hide It, Flaunt It: Goya's 'Majas' and the Censorial Mind," Art Journal, 50, 4, 1991, 59-64

Traer, James, Marriage and the Fanmily in Eighteenth-century France, Ithaca: Cornell Un Pr, 1980

Traub, Valerie, et al, eds., Feminist Readings of Early Modern Culture: Emerging Subjects, Cambridge un Press, 1996 [16-17th England]

Weigel, S., "Die nahe Fremde - das Territorium des 'Weiblichen.' Zum Verhältnis von 'Wilden' und 'Frauen' im Diskurs des Aufklärung," in T. Kroebner and G. Pickerodt, eds., Die andere Welt: Studien zum Exotismus, Frankfurt am Main, 1987, 171-194

Wexler, V. G., "Made for Man's Delight: Rousseau as Anti-Feminist," American Historical Review, 81, 1976

Worley, Michael, "The Image of Ganymede in France, 1730-1820," Art Bulletin, Dec., 1994

Zerilli, Linda, "Motionless Idols and Virtuous Mothers: Women, Art and Politics in France, 1789-1848," Berkeley Journal of Sociology, 27, 1982


new book Penn State University Press ? on women in 18th France
19TH CENTURY *
Adler, Kathleen, "Angles of Vision," Art in America, Jan., 1990, 138-143 [feminist discussion of Degas]

Adler, Kathleen, "Reappraising Renoir", Art History, 8, 1985, 374-380

Adler, Kathleen, "The Suburban, the Modern and 'Une Dame de Passy'", Oxford Art Journal, 12, 1, 1989, 3-13

Alloulah, Malek, The Colonial Harem, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1986

Anderson, Harriet, Utopian Feminism: Women's Movements in fin-de-siecle Vienna, Yale Univ. Press, 1992

Apter, Emily, Feminizing the Fetish, Cornell, 1991 [19th c. French lit, art, incl. Monet's nympheas]

Armstrong, Carol, "Edgar Degas and the Representation of the Female Body," Susan Suleiman, ed., The Female Body in Western Culture, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1985,

Armstrong, Carol, Odd Man Out: Readings of the Work and Reputation of Edgar Degas, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991

Auerbach, Nina, Private Theatricals: The Lives of the Victorians. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1990

Auerbach, Nina, Romantic Imprisonment: Women and Other Glorified Outcasts. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1982

Auerbach, Nina, Woman and Demon: The Life of A Victorian Myth. Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1982

Baldwin, Robert, "Condemned to see...without knowing: Mirrors, Women, and the Lust of the Eye in Manet's Paris", Arts Magazine, 60, February 1986, 28-29

Ballerini, Julia, "The First Decade of French Photography in Egypt", PhD, Hunter, 1987

Becker, Edwin, Franz von Stuck: Eros and Pathos, Waanders: 1996

Beckett, Jane and Deborah Cherry, "The Spectacle of Women: Imagery of the Suffrage Campaign 1907-14", Art History, 12, March 1989, 121-128

Bell, S. G., and Karen Offen, eds., Woman, the Family and Freedom, 1983

Bender, Eileen T., "The Woman Who Came to Dinner: Dining and Divining a Feminist 'Aesthetic'," Women's Studies, 1986, 12:3, 315-333. [English and American literature 1900-1999]

Berenson, Edward, The Trial of Madame Caillaux, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992 [rich in social history of women in France ca. 1900-1915]

Bergman-Carton, Janis, ""Representations of the 'Woman of Ideas' in French Art, 1830-1848, PhD, Austin, 1991

Bergman-Carton, Janis, "Conduct Unbecoming: Honoré Daumier and 'Les Bas-Bleus," Femmes d'Esprit: Women in Daumier's Caricature, eds. Elizabeth Childs and Kirsten Powell, Hanover: University Press of New England, 1990, 65-68

Bernheimer, Charles, "Response to Peter Brooks", Critical Inquiry, 17, Summer 1991, 868-877

Bernheimer, Charles, Figures of Ill Repute: Representing Prostitution in Nineteenth Century France, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1989 [rev. NYRB, 7/16/92]

Bewell, Alan, "'A word scarce said': Hysteria and Witchcraft in Wordsworth's Experimental Poetry of 1797-1798," ELH, 53, Summer, 1986, 357-390

Blumstein, Neil, "Alphonse Osbert: le peintre symboliste et son monde", L'Oeil, 405, April 1989, 46-51

Boime, Albert, "The Case of Rosa Bonheur: Why Should a Woman Want to be like a Man," Art History, 4, 1981, 384-409

Braun, S. D., The Courtisane in the French Theatre from Hugo to Becque, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Un Press, 1947

Brooks, Peter, "Gauguin's Tahitian Body," Yale Journal of Criticism, 3, 2, 1990, 51-90; abbreviated version in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992, 331-345

Brooks, Peter, "Storied Bodies, or Nana at Last Unveil'd," Critical Inquiry, 16, 1, 1989, 1-32 [nude in later 19th c. French art]

Broude, Norma Freedman, "Edgar Degas and French Feminism ca. 1880: The Young Spartans, the Brothel Monotypes, and the Bathers Revisited," Art Bulletin, 70, Dec 1988, 640-659; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Broude, Norma, Impressionism: A Feminist Reading, The Gendering of Art, Science and Nature in the Nineteenth Century, New York: Rizzoli, 1991 [rev. by K. Adler in Art in America, April, 1992, 41-2]

Brown, M. R., "The Harem Dehistoricized: Ingres's Turkish Bath," Arts Magazine, 61, Summer, 1987, 58-68

Bryson, Norman, Tradition and Desire: From David to Delacroix, Cambridge, 1984

Buci-Glucksmann, Christine, "Catastrophic Utopia: The Feminine as Allegory of the Modern", Representations, 14, Spring 1986, 220-229

Buettner, Stewart, "Images of Modern Motherhood in the Art of Morisot, Cassatt, Modersohn-Becker, Kollwitz," Women's Art Journal, Fall 1986-Winter 1987, 14-21

Bullard, E. John, Mary Cassatt,

Bulliet, Clarence Joseph, The Courteaan Olympia, an Intimate Survey of Artists and their Mistress- Models, New York: Covici, Friede, 1930

Burgett, Bruce, Sentimental Bodies: Sex, Gender, and Citizenship in the Early Republic, Princeton Un Press, 1998 [revises Enlightenment polarities of public/private, reason/sentiment by showing how sentiment was a political agency]

Burns, Sarah, "Black; Quadroon; Gypsy: Women in the Art of George Fuller", Massachusetts Review, 26, Summer/Autumn 1985, 405-424

Casteras, Susan, Images of Victorian Womanhood in English Art. Rutherford, NJ: Farleigh Dickinson Univ. Press, 1987

Caws, Mary Ann, "Partiality and the Ready Maid, or Representation by Reduction," Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 42, Spring, 1984, 255-260 [French Realism]

Chaudhuni, Napur and Margaret Strobel, Western Women and Imperialism, Bloomington, 1992

Childs, Elizabeth and Kirsten Powell, eds., Femmes d'Esprit: Women in Daumier's Caricature, University Press of New England, 1990

Chu, Petra Ten-Doesschate, "Gustave Courbet's 'Venus and Psyche': Uneasy Nudity in Second Empire France," Art Journal, 51, 1, 1992, 38-44

Clayson, Hollis, "Avant-Garde and Pompier Images of 19th Century French Prostitution: The Matter of Modernism, Modernity, and Social Ideology," Modernism and Modernity, eds. Benjamin Buchloh, Serge Guilbaut, and David Solkin, Halifax: Press of Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1983, 43-64

Clayson, Hollis, "Prostitution and the Art of Later Nineteenth-Century France: On Some Differences Between the Work of Degas and Duez," Arts Magazine, 60, Dec. 1985, 40-45

Clayson, Hollis, Painted Love: Prostitution in French Art of the Impressionist Era, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1991 [rev. NYRB, 7/16/92]

Clayson, S. Hollis, "The Family and the Father: the 'Grande Jatte' and its Absences", Museum Studies, 14/2, 1989, 154-64+

Conner, Susan, "Politics, Prostitution and the Pox in Revolutionary Paris, 1789-1799," Journal of Social History, 22, Summ. 1989, 713-734

Corbin, Alain, Women for Hire: Prostitution and Sexuality in France after 1850, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1990 [rev. NYRB, 7/16/92]

Crone, Rainer and Siegfried Salzmann, eds., Rodin: Eros and Creativity, Prestel, 1992

Croutier, Alev, Harem, Abbeville, 1989

Crow, Thomas, "Renoir," Art in America, 74, Mar. 1986, 117-119



Daulte, Francois, "La femme dans l'oeuvre de Rodolphe Theophile Bosshard", L'Oeil, 370, May 1986, 66-69 [19th c?]

Davis, Shane Adler, "'Fine Cloths on the Altar': The Commodification of Late-Nineteenth-Century France", Art Journal, 48, 1, 1989, 85-89 [women's clothing, new conspicuous consumption]

Dawkins, Heather, "Figures of Ill Repute: Representing Prostitution in Nineteenth-century France," Art History, 13, Dec 1990, 580-585 [review article]

Dijkstra, Bram, Idols of Perversity: Fantasies of Feminine Evil in Fin-de-siecle Culture, New York: Oxford University Press, 1986

Dolan, Theresa, "Frederic Bazille and the Goncourt Brothers' Manette Solomon", Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 115, February 1990, 99-103

Dolan, Therese, "Upsetting the Hierarchy: Gavarni's 'Les Enfants terribles' and Family Life during the Monarchie de Juillet", Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 109, April 1987, 152-8

Dubreuil-Blondin, Nicole, "Feminism and Modernism: Paradoxes," Modernism and Modernity, eds. Benjamin Buchloh, Serge Guilbaut, and David Solkin, Halifax: Press of Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1983, 195-211

Eagle, M. K. O., ed., The Congress of Women, New York, 1893

Edelstein, T. J., Perspectives on Morisot, New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1990

Edwards, Lee M., "Frederick Walker's Strange Faces: Victorian Domesticity and the Social Outcast", Arts Magazine, 62, January 1988, 30-4

Edwards, Lee M., "Noble Domesticity: the Paintings of Thomas Hovenden", American Art Journal, 19/1, 1987, 4-38

Ehrenreich, Barbara and Deidre English, For Her Own Good: 150 Years of the Expert's Advice to Women, Garden City: Anchor, 1978



Europa und der Orient, 800-1900, Berlin: Bertelsmann Lixikon Verlag, 1990 [923 pp, 320 color plates, rev. AB June 1991]

Evans, R. J. The Feminists: Women's Emancipation Movements in Europe, America, and Australia 1844-1920, 1977

Evans, Richard and W. R. Lee, eds., The German Family: Essays on the Social History of the Family in 19th and 20th-Century Germany, Totowa and NYC: 1981

Exotische Welten, Europäischen Phantasien, Stuttgart, 1987 [542pp, 247 color pl, rev. AB, June 1991]

Farwell, Beatrice, Manet and the Nude: a Study in Iconography in the Second Empire. Garland Publishers, 1991

Faure, Christine, Democracy Without Women: Feminism and the Rise of Liberal Individualism in France: Bloomington: Indiana University Press

Faust, Drew Gilpin, "Race, Gender and Confederate Nationalism: William Washington's 'Burial of Latane'," Southern Review, 25, 1989, 297-307

Finch, Casey, "'Hooked and Buttoned Together': Victorian Underwear and Representations of the Female Body", Victorian Studies, 34, Spring 1991, 337-363

Flescher, Sharon, "More on a Name: Manet's Olympia and the Defiant Heroine in Mid-nineteenth-century France," Art Journal, 45, 1985, 27-35

Fried, Michael, "Courbet's Femininity," Courbet Reconsidered, Brooklyn, 1988, 43-53, 226-9

Fuchs-Sumiyoshi, Andrea, Orientalismus in der deutschen Literatur, Hildesheim: G. Olms, 1984 [19-20th c.]

Garb, Tamar, "'L'art feminin': The Formation of a Critical Category in Late Nineteenth-Century France," Art History, 12, 1, 1989, 39-65; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Garb, Tamar, "Gender and Representation," in Francis Frascina, et al, Modernism and Modernity, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993 [general discussion of Impressionism]

Garb, Tamar, "Renoir and the Natural Women," Oxford Art Journal, 8, 2, 1985, 3-15; ; repr. in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Garb, Tamar, "Revising the Revisionists: The Formation of the Union des femmes peintres et sculpteurs," Art Journal, 48, Spring 1989, 63-70

Garb, Tamar, "The Forbidden Gaze: Art in America, May 1991, 147-151 [women, life classes, entry to Ecole des Beaux Arts]

Garb, Tamar, "Where can we turn for language? (La France: Images of Woman and Ideas of Nation, 1789-1989, Hayward Gallery, London)," Oxford Art Journal, 12, 2, 1989, 112-114

Garb, Tamar, Women Impressionists, New York: Rizzoli, 1986

Garb, Tamar, “Masculinity, Muscularity, and Modernism in Caillebotte’s Male Figures,” in Terry Smith, ed, In Visible Touch: Modernism and Masculinity, Chicago: Un of Chicago Press, 1998

Gasnault, Francois, Guinguettes et lorettes: Bals publics à Paris au XIX siéecle, Paris, 1986

Gilfoyle, Timothy, "The Urban Geography of Commercial Sex: Prostitution in New York City, 1790-1860, Journal of Urban History, 13, Aug 1987, 371-393

Gilman, Amy, "'Cogs to the wheels': The Ideology of Women's Work in Mid-nineteenth-century Fiction," Science and Society, 47, Summ. 1983, 176-204

Gilman, Sander L., "Black Bodies, White Bodies: toward an Iconography of Female Sexuality in Late Nineteenth-century Art, Medicine, and Literature", Critical Inquiry, 12, Autumn 1985, 204-242; repr. Henry Gates Jr., ed., Race, Writing and Difference, Chicago, 1985-6, 223-261

Gilman, Sander, Difference and Pathology: Stereotypes of Sexuality, Race, and Madness, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985

Gitter, Elizabeth, "The Power of Women's Hair in the Victorian Imagination," PMLA, 99, Oct. 1984, 936-954

Gray, Francis du Plessix, "Prostitutes," New York Review of Books, July 16, 1992 [reviews Bernheimer, Clayson, Corbin]

Gronberg, Theresa Ann, "Femmes de Brasserie", Art History, VII/3, September 1984, 329-44 [prostitution]

Grossman, Cissy, "The Real Meaning of Eugene Delacroix's 'Noce Juive au Maroc'", Jewish Art, 14, 1988, 64-73

Guest, Harriet, "Imagining the South Pacific," Journal of Historical Geography, 12, Oct. 1986, 425-8 [review of Marshall Sahlins, Islands of History]

Guest, Harriet, "The Great Distinction: Figures of the Exotic in the Work of William Hodges," Oxford Art Journal, 12, 2, 1989, 36-58 [Tahiti]

Gullickson, Gay, "'La Pétroleuse': Representing Revolution," Feminist Studies, 17, 2, 1991, 241-266 [Women in the Commune]

Gutwirth, Madelyn, Twilight of the Goddess: Representations of Women in the French Revolutionary Era, Rutgers, 1992 [order]

Hamer, Mary, Signs of Cleopatra, Routledge, 1993

Hancher, Michael, "Urgent Private Affairs: Millais's 'Peace Concluded', 1856", Burlington Magazine, 133, August 1991, 499-506

Hapke, Laura, "The Late Nineteenth-century American Streetwalker: Images and Realities," Mid-America, 65, Oct. 1983, 155-162

Hargreaves, Alec, The Colonial Experience in French Fiction: A Study of Pierre Loti, Ernest Psichari, and Pierre Mille. London: Macmillan, 1981

Harris, Daniel A. "D. G. Rossetti's 'Jenny': Sex, Money, and the Interior Monologue," Victorian Poetry, 1984 Summer, 22:2, 197-215. [prostitution]

Harsin, Jill, Policing Prostitution in Nineteenth Century Paris. Princeton Univ. Press, 1985

Hatt, M., "Marble Queens and Captives: Women in Nineteenth-Century American Sculpture", Art History, 14, December 1991, 608-13

Hause, Steven and Anne Kenny, "The Limits of Suffragist Behavior: Legalism, Militarism and Violence in France, 1876-1922," American Historical Review, 86, 1981, 781-806

Hause, Steven and Anne Kenny, Woman's Suffrage and Social Politics in the French Third Republic, 1984

Hemingway, Andrew, "Genius, Gender and Progress: Benthamism and the Arts in the 1820s," Art History, 1993 or 4?

Hendrick, Joan D., "Parlor Literature: Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Question of Great Women Artists", Signs, 17, Winter 1972, 275-

Hertz, Neil, "Medusa's Head: Male Hysteria under Political Pressure," Representations, 4, 1983, 27-54

Higgonet, Margaret, "Speaking Silences, Women's Suicide," in Susan Suleiman, ed., The Female Body in Western Culture, Cambridge: Harvard Un. Pr., 1985, 68-83

Higonnet, Anne, "Secluded Vision: Images of Feminist Experience in Nineteenth-Century Europe," reprinted in Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, eds., The Expanding Discourse: Feminism and Art History, New York: HarperCollins, 1992

Higonnet, Anne, "Writing the Gender of the Image: Art Criticism in Late Nineteenth-Century France," Genders, 6, Fall, 1989

Higonnet, Anne, Berthe Morisot's Images of Women, Harvard University Press, 1992

Higonnet, Anne, Berthe Morisot, New York: Harper and Row: 1990 (rev. AJ 50, 3, 1991)

Hills, Patricia, "Eastman Johnson's 'The Field Hospital', the U.S. Sanitary Commission, and Women in the Civil War", Minneapolis Institute of Arts Bulletin, 65, 1981-82, 66-81

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