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Laura S. Schor
Position: Professor, on leave 2020 - 2021; Founding Dean Macaulay Honors College.
Campus Affiliation: Graduate Center|Hunter College

Books

 
Sophie Halaby in Jerusalem: An Artist’s Life, Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2019.
 
The Best School in Jerusalem: Annie Landau’s School for Girls, 1900-1960, Waltham, Mass: Brandeis University Press, 2013.
 
The Life and Legacy of the Baroness Betty de Rothschild, New York: Peter Lang, 2006.
 
The Odyssey of Flora Tristan, New York:  Peter Lang, 1988.
 
What Were Little Girls and Boys Made of?  Primary Education in France, 1830-1880, Albany:  SUNY Press, 1983.
 
Women and the Making of the Working Class, Lyon 1830-1870, Montreal: Eden Press, l979.

 
 

 Articles

 
"Mythes et realites de la condition féminine à travers la presse féministe lyonnaise des années 1830," Cahiers d'Histoire, IV, 1976.
 
"Women's Work and Consciousness:  Lyon 1830-1850," Societas, Fall 1976.
 
"The Artisan Family:  Traditions and Transition," Journal of Social History, Fall 1978.
 
"Generation Gap in the Atelier:  Labor Family History Revisited," International Newsletter of Labor History, Spring 1978.
 
"Les Canutes," Mouvement Social, Fall 1978.
 
"L'Ange de la Maison: Mothers and Daughters in Nineteenth Century France," International Journal of Women's Studies, January 1979.
 
"The Legacy of Flora Tristan," International Journal of Women's Studies, May/June 1984.
 
"Square Pegs into Round Holes:  Rural Parents, Children and Primary Schools, France 1830-80," Popular Traditions and Learned Culture, Marc Bertrand, ed., Stanford French and Italian Studies, 1985.
 
"How Many Friends Do We Have?" Frontiers, 1986.
 
"The Vesuviennes:  Images of Women Warriors in 1848 and Their Impact on French History," History of European Ideas, vol. 8, nos. 4-5, 1987.
 
"The Struggle for Unity Among Parisian Women:  The Voix des Femmes, March-June, 1848," History of European Ideas, vol. 11, 1989.
 

"Looking Back:  Women of 1848 and the Revolutionary Heritage of 1789," in Women and Politics in the Age of Democratic Revolution, Darline Levy and Harriet Applewhite, eds., Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1990.
 
"Die Vesuviennes:  Bilder von Kriegerinnen im Jahre 1848 und ihre Bedeutung fur die franzosische Geschichte," in Die Karikatyr zwichen Republik und Zensur, Beitrage und Kommentar zum internationalen und interdisziplinaren kalloquium, Mai 1988, Marburg:  Jonas Verlag, 1992.
 
"Jolies Femmes/Feisty Women:  The Images of Edouard de Beaumont," in Chattel, Servant or Citizen: Women's Status in Church, Status in Society, Maureen O'Dowd and Sabine Wichert, eds., Institute of Irish Studies: Queens University, 1995.
 
"Politics and Political Satire:  The Struggle for the Right to Vote in Paris 1848-1849," The European Legacy:  Toward New Paradigms, Vol. 1, No. 3.
 
“Les Vesuviennes: les femmes-soldats dans la societe de 1848,” in La Caricature entre Republique et Censure:L’imagerie satirique en France de 1830 a 1880 un discours de resistance? Raimund Rutten, Ruth Jung, and Gerhard Schneider, eds, Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 1996.
 
“La Voix des femmes: Women and the Revolution of 1848 in France,” Oesterreichische Zeitschrift fuer Gerschichtswessenschaften 9, vol 4, 1998.
 
“Societe pour l’etablissement des jeunes filles Israelites,” Proceedings: World Congress of Jewish Studies, 2005.