Eighteenth-Century Women and the Arts

Synopsis

A major task confronting today's scholars is the reclamation from near oblivion of a multitude of works of art, literature, music, scholarship, and other creative enterprises by eighteenth-century women. This fascinating collection provides a multifaceted approach to understanding the roles played by women as both creators of and subjects within works of art in the eighteenth century.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Lance E. Wilcox
  • Beth Kowaleski-wallace
  • K. J.H. Berland
  • Jack Undank
  • Ellen Messer-davidow
  • Lance E. Wilcox
  • Beth Kowaleski-wallace
  • K. J.H. Berland
  • Jack Undank
  • Ellen Messer-davidow
  • Ruth Plaut Weinreb
  • Joyce E. East
  • Rebecca Gould Gibson
  • Nadine Ollman
  • Ann Messenger
  • Caryn Chaden
  • Alice Charlotte Hogsett
  • Susan S. Lanser
  • Twila Yates Papay
  • Jane L. Berdes
  • Joan Delplato
  • Diana George
  • Peter H. Pawlowicz
  • Suellen Diaconoff
  • Wendy Wassyng Roworth
  • Gita May
  • J. Terrie Quintana
  • Judith Phillips Stanton
  • Susan Staves
  • Gordon Ruesch
  • Marla Harris
  • Ellen Argyros
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1988