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SISPA discussion with Maryanne Dever (21 April 2008)

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Articles/Books Cited in Discussion with Maryanne Dever (21 April 2008)

 

Bal, Mieke."  Telling Objects: A Narrative Perspective on Collecting."  The Cultures of Collecting.  Edited by John Elsner and Roger Cardinal.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1994.  97-115.

 

Bossis, Mireille. “Methodological Journeys Through Correspondences.” Yale French Studies: Men/Women of Letters 71 (1986): 63-75.

 

Bradley, Harriet. “The Seductions of the Archive: Voices Lost and Found.” History of the Human Sciences 12:2 (1999): 107-122.

 

Bundtzen, Lynda K.  "Poetic Arson and Sylvia Plath’s 'Burning the Letters.'"  The Unravelling Archive: Essays on Sylvia Plath.  Edited by Anita Helle.  Ann Arbor: Uni of Michigan Press, 2007.  236-53.

 

Cooley, Martha.  The Archivist. London: Abacus, 1998.

 

Cvetkovich, Ann.  An Archive of Feelings: Trauma, Sexuality and Lesbian Public Cultures.  Durham: Duke University Press, 2003.

 

Dever, Maryanne.  “Reading Other People's Mail.” Archives and Manuscripts 24.1 (1996):  116-129.

 

---.  "Greta Garbo's Foot or Sex, Socks and Letters".  Forthcoming in Bodies of Knowledge: Embodiment and the Archival Imaginary.  Edited by Elizabeth Stephen and Susan Stryker.

 

---, Sally Newman and Ann Vickery. The Intimate Archive.  National Library of Australia. (forthcoming 2009)

 

duBois, Page.  Sappho is Burning.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1995.

 

Featherstone, Mike.  "Archive."  Theory, Culture and Society 23.2-3 (2006): 591-596.

 

Fierstein, Harvey.  Out Plays: Landmark Gay and Lesbian Plays of the Twentieth Century.  Edited by Ben Hodges. (2008)

 

Greetham, David.  "'Who's In, Who's Out': The Cultural Poetics of Archival Exclusion." Studies in the Literary Imagination 32.1 (Spring 1999)

 

Jeffreys, Sheila.  "Does it matter if they did it?" Not a Passing Phase: Reclaiming Lesbians in History 1840-1875. London: Women’s Press, 1989.

 

Keen, Suzanne.  Romances of the Archive in Contemporary British Fiction.  Toronto:  University of Toronto, 2001.

 

Kinsman, Gary. The Regulation of Desire: Sexuality in Canada. 1987.

 

Lepore, Jill. “Historians Who Love Too Much: Reflections on Microhistory and Biography.” The Journal of American History 88.1 (2001): 129-144.

 

Lynch, Michael. “Archives in Formation: Privileged Spaces, Popular Archives and Paper Ttrails.” History of the Human Sciences 12.2 (1999): 65-87.

 

McQueen, Humphrey. “Perceptions of Archives and Archivists.” Archivists: The Image and Future of the Profession. Edited by Michael Piggott and Colleen McEwen. Canberra: Australian Society of

Archivists, 1996. 52-63.

 

Mills, Josephine. "Modus Operandi." On Collecting.  Edited by Josephine Mills and Nancy Tousley.  Lethbridge, Alberta: University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, 2004.

 

Munslow [reference?]

 

Pierson, Ruth Roach. “Archival Research as Refuge, Penance, and Revenge.” Queen's Quarterly 114.4 (Winter 2007): 491-498.

 

Rose, Jacqueline.  The Haunting of Sylvia Plath. London: Virago, 1991.

 

Shields, Carol.  Small Ceremonies.

 

---.  Swann.

 

Steedman, Carolyn. “The Space of Memory: In an archive.” History of the Human Sciences 11.4 (1998): 65-84. 

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