- Mei. Feminist Translation Matters: Reading Fashion Materiality and Revolution in the English Language Translations of Marie Chauvet's La Danse sur volcan"
- Hartman. "Venus in Two Acts."
- Code Noir (1685): PDF File or online version (pdf file has more information)
- More resources
- Slavery in the French Colonies: Le Code Noir (the Black Code) of 1685 (Library of Congress)
- Code Noir of Louisiana (64 Parishes)
- Johnson, Sara. “Chapter 2: “’Une et indivisible?’: The Struggle for Freedom in Hispaniola.” The Fear of French Negroes.
- Trouillot, Michel-Rolph. “Chapter 2: The Three Faces of Sans Souci” Silencing the Past: Power and the Production of History
- Mitchell. Venus Noire: Black Women and Colonial Fantasies in Nineteenth Century France: Preface
- Digital Project: Rendering Revolution: Sartorial approaches to Haitian History
- Digital Project: The Early Caribbean Digital Archive, especially Nicole Aljoe’s “Early Caribbean Slave Narrative” exhibit
- Digital Project: Fashioning the Self
- Binder, Jeffrey. “Radical Archival Practices and the Digital Humanities: The Early Caribbean Digital Archive”
- The Costume Institute of the African Diaspora
- Williams. Capitalism and Slavery
- James. Black Jacobins
- Washington Post. Historically Black
- Square: "A Stain on an All-American Brand: How Brooks Brothers Once Clothed Slaves"
- Square. "How the 'Underground' Costume Designer Helps the Show's Enslaved Characters Hide in Plain Sight"
- Special Issue of British Art Studies. Luxury and Crisis: Redefining the British Decorative Arts
- Gikandi. Culture of Taste
- Ngugi. On the Abolition of the English Department
- Edouard Duval-Carrié
- Raphaël Barontini
- Bisa Butler
- About Face
Images and Links
- Artist: William M. S. Doyle, American, 1769–1828: Young Lady in a Sheer White Dress
- Anon. Marguerite-Joséphine Weimer, dite Mademoiselle George (1787-1867) ?
- Shays. Portrait of a Lady (1813)
- Wikipedia Page on Western Fashion: 1795-1805
- 1800 - 1809 Fashion History Timeline
- Women’s Fashion During and After the French Revolution (1790 to 1810). All About Canadian History
- Creole Comforts and French Connections: A Case Study in Caribbean Dress #ColonialCouture The Junto
- Fashioning the Digital Humanities. Evolution or Revolution? Using VR to Uncover the Signal of Things to Come in the 18th Century Chemise Dress
- They made a StoryMap with KnightLab tools!