Caricatures of ViolenceMain MenuIntroductionGender in 19th-Century FranceQuantitative DataAllegorical WomenWomen in Contemporary CaricatureSelected imagesFlip through this gallery to see relevant images that I have selected from the volumes I examined. Click on an image to enlarge it and see more detailed information.BibliographyClaire Staceyeb668707c8100c902b771750627b294c13257276
About the Author
1media/IMG_9812.JPGmedia/IMG_9812.JPG2020-04-02T12:45:24-07:00Claire Staceyeb668707c8100c902b771750627b294c13257276369749image_header2020-04-02T14:06:32-07:00Claire Staceyeb668707c8100c902b771750627b294c13257276Claire Stacey is a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Arts in French, a Bachelor of Philosophy in Anthropology, and a certificate in Transatlantic Studies. Her BPhil thesis examined how college students define and communicate sexual consent through a series of ethnographic interviews. She developed an interest in archives and special collections during her time as a student worker in the Frick Fine Arts Library. She plans to pursue a PhD in anthropology.