Dena GOODMAN

Women’s Studies Program, Univ. of Michigan, 1122 Lane Hall, 204 So State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA * goodmand@umich.edu

PR * Univ. of Michigan * Histoire, Women’s Studies, XVIIIe siècle
Lumières, Culture matérielle, Epistolarité, Histoire culturelle, Salons, Salonnières, Sociabilité
OUVRAGES
Becoming a Woman in the Age of Letters, Ithaca, NY, Cornell UP, 2009.
– (avec Kathryn Norberg) Furnishing the Eighteenth Century: What Furniture Can Tell Us about the European and American Past, New York, Routledge, 2006.
Marie-Antoinette : Writings on the Body of a Queen, New-York/London, Routledge, 2003.
The Republic of Letters : A Cultural History of the French Enlightenment (salons et salonnières, rôle des femmes dans la société des lumières), Ithaca (New-York), Cornell UP, 1994.
– (avec Elizabeth Goldsmith) Going Public : Women and Publishing in Early Modern France, Ithaca (New-York), Cornell UP, 1995.

ARTICLES
– « Marriage Choice and Marriage Structure : Reasoning about Marital Happiness in Eighteenth-Century France », in S. Desan & J. D. Merrick (dir.), Family and State in Early Modern France, University Park, Pennsylvania State UP, 2009, p. 26-61.
– « Le Rôle des mères dans l’éducation des pensionnaires au XVIIIe siècle », in I. Brouard-Arends & M.-E. Plagnol (dir.), Femmes éducatrices au siècle des Lumières: discours et pratiques, Rennes, PU de Rennes, 2007, p. 33-44.
– « Letter Writing and the Emergence of Gendered Subjectivity in Eighteenth-Century France », Journal of Women’s History, 17, Summer 2005, p. 9-37.
– « Men and Women of Letters », in A. C. Kors (dir.), Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment, Oxford, Oxford UP, 2002, p.55-58.
– « L’Ortografe des Dames : Gender and Language in the Old Regime », French Historical Studies, 25, Spring 2002, p.191-223.
– « Furnishing Discourses : Readings of a Writing Desk in Eighteenth-Century France », in M. Berg & E. Eger (dir.), Luxury in the Eighteenth Century : Debates, Desires and Delectable Goods, Londres, Palgrave, 2002, p.71-88.
– « Difference : An Enlightenment Concept », in K. M. Baker & P. H. Reill (dir.), What’s Left of Enlightenment ? A Postmodern Question, Stanford, Stanford UP, 2001, p.129-47.
– « Policing Society : Women as Political Actors in Enlightenment Discourse », in H.-E. Bödeker & L. Steinbrügge (dir.), Conceptualizing Women in Enlightenment Thought, Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2001, p.1-13.
– « Sociability » (centralité des salons dans la sociabilité des Lumières), in V. Ferrone & D. Roche (dir.), Le Monde des Lumières, Paris, Fayard, 1999 [Madrid, Alianza Editorial, 1997, p.215-220 ; Rome, Laterza & Figli, 1998, p.256-62].
– « Women in the Enlightenment », in R. Bridenthal, S. Stuard & M. Wiesner-Hanks (dir.), Becoming Visible : Women in European History, 3e éd., Houghton-Mifflin, 1997 (1977), p.232-262.
– « Le Spectateur intérieur : les journaux de Suzanne Necker », Littérales, 17, 1995 (« L’Invention de l’intimité au Siècle des Lumières »), p.91-100.
– « Regendering the Republic of Letters : Private Association in the Public Sphere, 1780-1789 », in L. Sharpe & D. Castiglione (dir.), Shifting the Boundaries : Transformation of the Languages of Public and Private in the Eighteenth Century, Exeter, Exeter UP, 1995, p.22-40.
– « Suzanne Necker’s Mélanges : Gender, Writing, and Publicity », in E. Goldsmith & D. Goodman (dir.), Going Public : Women and Publishing in Early Modern France, Ithaca (New-York), Cornell UP, 1995, p.210-23.
– « Public Sphere and Private Life : Toward a Synthesis of Current Historiographical Approaches to the Old Regime » (sur Habermas, l’espace public et le concept de vie privée au 18e siècle), History and Theory, 31, February 1992, p.1-20.
– « Governing the Republic of Letters : The Politics of Culture in the French Enlightenment » (salonnières), History of European Ideas, 13, 1991, p.183-99.
– « Filial Rebellion in the Salon : Madame Geoffrin and her Daughter », French Historical Studies, 16, Spring 1989 (« Women in French History »), p.28-47.
– « Enlightenment Salons : The Convergence of Female and Philosophic Ambitions », Eighteenth-Century Studies, 22, Spring 1989 (« The French Revolution in Culture »), p.329-50.
– « Julie de Lespinasse : A Mirror for the Enlightenment », in F. M. Keener & S. E. Lorsch (dir.), Eighteenth-Century Women and the Arts, Westport (Connect.), Greenwood Press, 1988, p.3-10.

COMPTES RENDUS
– Joan Wallach Scott, Only Paradoxes to Offer (1995) : « More Than Paradoxes to Offer : Feminist Theory as Critical Practice », History and Theory, 36, October 1997, p.392-405.