Table of contents for Women and material culture, 1660-1830 / edited by Jennie Batchelor and Cora Kaplan.


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Introduction--J.Batchelor & C.Kaplan * Women and their Jewels--M.Pointon * Fanny's Pockets: Cotton, Consumption and Domestic Economy, 1780-1850--B.Burman & J.White * 'Changing her gown and setting her head to rights': New Shops, New Hats, and New Identities--J.Heydt-Stevenson * Sculpting in Tiaras: Grand Duchess Maria Federovna as a Producer and Consumer of the Arts--R.Blakesley * Pride and Prejudice: Eighteenth-Century Women Sculptors and their Material Practices--M.Stercx * A Female Sculptor and Connoisseur: Artistic Self-Fashioning and the Exposure of Connoisseurship, Collecting and Concupiscence--A.Escott * 'The Taste for Bringing the Outside In': Nationalism, Gender and Landscape Wallpaper (1700-1825)--E.Johnson * Taihu Tatlers: Aesthetic Translation in the China Trade--D.Porter * White Slavery: Hannah More, Women and Fashion--B.Wallace * Reinstating 'The Pamela Vogue'--J.Batchelor * The Book as Cosmopolitan Object: Women's Publishing, Collecting, and Anglo-German Exchange--A.Johns * 'Books without Which I Cannot Write': How Did Eighteenth-Century Women Writers Get the Books they Read?--S.Staves
Introduction--J.Batchelor & C.Kaplan * Women and their Jewels--M.Pointon * Fanny's Pockets: Cotton, Consumption and Domestic Economy, 1780-1850--B.Burman & J.White * 'Changing her gown and setting her head to rights': New Shops, New Hats, and New Identities--J.Heydt-Stevenson * Sculpting in Tiaras: Grand Duchess Maria Federovna as a Producer and Consumer of the Arts--R.Blakesley * Pride and Prejudice: Eighteenth-Century Women Sculptors and their Material Practices--M.Stercx * A Female Sculptor and Connoisseur: Artistic Self-Fashioning and the Exposure of Connoisseurship, Collecting and Concupiscence--A.Escott * 'The Taste for Bringing the Outside In': Nationalism, Gender and Landscape Wallpaper (1700-1825)--E.Johnson * Taihu Tatlers: Aesthetic Translation in the China Trade--D.Porter * White Slavery: Hannah More, Women and Fashion--B.Wallace * Reinstating 'The Pamela Vogue'--J.Batchelor * The Book as Cosmopolitan Object: Women's Publishing, Collecting, and Anglo-German Exchange--A.Johns * 'Books without Which I Cannot Write': How Did Eighteenth-Century Women Writers Get the Books they Read?--S.Staves



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women -- Social conditions -- Europe.
Women consumers -- Europe -- History.
Material culture -- Europe -- History.
Material culture in literature.