Erica HARTH

199 Coolidge Ave. #703, Watertown, MA 02472 USA * harth@brandeis.edu

Brandeis University * PR * Litterature française et comparée XVIIe, XVIIIe siècles
Femmes savantes et philosophes, Feminisme, Cinéma

OUVRAGES
Cartesian Women : Versions and Subversions of Rational Discourse in the Old Regime, Ithaca (New York), Cornell UP, 1992.
Ideology and Culture in Seventeenth-Century France, Ithaca (New York), Cornell UP, 1983.

ARTICLES
– « Cartesian Women » [reprint from Yale French Studies, 80], in S. Bordo (dir.) Feminist Interpretations of Descartes, University Park (Penn.), The Pennsylvania State UP, 1999, p.213-31.
– « The Salon Woman Goes Public », in E. C. Goldsmith & D. Goodman (dir.), Going Public : Women and Publishing in the Ancien Régime, Ithaca (New York), Cornell UP, 1995, p.179-93.
– « Children of Manzanar », The Massachusetts Review, Fall 1993, p.367-91.
– « Cartesian Women », Yale French Studies, 80, 1991, p.146-64.
– « Fontenelle’s `Véritables Marquises », Papers on French Seventeenth-Century Literature,1990, p.149-59.
– « Classical Discourse : Gender and Objectivity », Continuum, 1, 1989, p.151-73.
– « The Virtue of Love : Lord Hardwicke’s Marriage Act », Cultural Critique, 9, Spring 1988, p.123-54.

COMPTES RENDUS
– Michael Moriarty, « Chacune à son goût », in Taste and Ideology in Seventeenth-Century France : Continuum, 4, 1992, p.1-4.
– Leonore Davidoff & Catherine Hall, Family Fortunes : Men and Women of the English Middle Class, 1780-1850 : The Women’s Review of Books, April 1988, p.19.
– « How the Angel Got into the House » : The Women’s Review of Books, Oct. 1986, p. 18-19.