Natalie Zemon Davis
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
"In my decades as a historian, I have concentrated on people somehow outside the traditional centers of power or wealth in the early modern period."--Slaves on Screen: Film and Historical Vision (2002) by Natalie Zemon Davis
Her work originally focused on France, but it later broadened to include other parts of Europe, North America, and the Caribbean.
- Society and Culture in Early Modern France, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1975.
- "Women's History" in Transition: the European Case" pages 83–103 from Volume 3, Issue 3, Feminist Studies, 1975.
- "Ghosts, Kin, and Progeny: Some Features of Family Life in Early Modern France" pages 87–114 from Daedalus, Volume 106, Issue #2, 1977.
- "Gender and Genre: Women as Historical Writers, 1400–1820" pages 123–144 from University of Ottawa Quarterly, Volume 50, Issue #1, 1980.
- "Anthropology and History in the 1980s: the Possibilities of the Past"pages 267–275 from Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Volume 12, Issue #2, 1981.
- "The Sacred and the Body Social in Sixteenth-century Lyon", pages 40–70 from Past and Present, Volume 90, 1981.
- "Women in the Crafts in Sixteenth-century Lyon" pagers 47–80, Volume 8, Issue 1, from Feminist Studies, 1982.
- "Beyond the Market: Books as Gifts in Sixteenth-century France" pages 69–88 from Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Volume 33, 1983.
- The Return of Martin Guerre, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1983.
- Frauen und Gesellschaft am Beginn der Neuzeit, Berlin: Wagenbach, 1986.
- "`Any Resemblance to Persons Living or Dead': Film and the Challenge of Authenticity" pages 457–482 from The Yale Review, Volume 76, Issue #4, 1987.
- Fiction in the Archives: Pardon Tales and their Tellers in Sixteenth Century France, Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1987.
- "Fame and Secrecy: Leon Modena's Life as an Early Modern Autobiography" pages 103–118 from History and Theory, Volume 27, Issue #4, 1988.
- "History's Two Bodies" pages 1–13 from the American Historical Review, Volume 93, Issue #1, 1988.
- "On the Lame" pages 572–603 from American Historical Review, Volume 93, Issue #3, 1988.
- "Rabelais among the Censors (1940s, 1540s)" pages 1–32 from Representations, Volume 32, Issue #1, 1990.
- "The Shapes of Social History" pages 28–32 from Storia della Storiographia Volume 17, Issue #1, 1990.
- "Gender in the academy : women and learning from Plato to Princeton : an exhibition celebrating the 20th anniversary of undergraduate coeducation at Princeton University" / organized by Natalie Zemon Davis ... [et al.], Princeton : Princeton University Library, 1990
- "Women and the World of Annales" pages 121–137 from Volume 33, History Workshop Journal, 1992.
- Renaissance and Enlightenment Paradoxes, co-edited with Arlette Farge, Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press, 1993. Volume III of A History of Women in the West. [Originally published in Italian in 1991.]
- Women on the Margins: Three Seventeenth-century Lives], Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995.
- A Life of Learning: Charles Homer Haskins Lecture for 1997, New York: American Council of Learned Societies, 1997.
- Remaking Imposters: From Martin Guerre to Sommersby, Egham, Surrey, UK: Royal Holloway Publications Unit, 1997.
- "Beyond Evolution: Comparative History and its Goals" pages 149–158 from Swiat Historii edited by W. Wrzoska, Poznan: Instytut Historii, 1998.
- The Gift in Sixteenth-Century France, University of Wisconsin Press 2000
- Slaves on Screen: Film and Historical Vision, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002
- Trickster Travels New York: Hill & Wang, 2006.
- Adams, R.M. Review of Fiction in the Archives page 35 from New York Review of Books, Volume 34, Issue #4, March 16, 1989.
- Adelson, R. Interview with Natalie Zemon Davis pages 405–422 from Historian Volume 53, Issue #3, 1991.
- Benson, E. "The Look of the Past: Le Retour de Martin Guerre" pages 125–135 from Radical History Review, Volume 28, 1984.
- Bossy, J. "As it Happened: Review of Fiction in the Archives", pages 359 from Times Literacy Supplement, Issue 4488, April 7, 1989.
- Chartier, Roger Cultural History Between Practices and Representations, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1988.
- Coffin, J. & Harding. R. "Interview with Natalie Zemon Davis " pages 99–122 from Visions of History edited by H. Abelove, B. Blackmar, P.Dimock & J. Schneer, Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 1984.
- Diefendorf, Barbara and Hesse, Carla (editors) Culture and Identity in Early Modern France (1500–1800): Essays in Honor of Natalie Zemon Davis, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993.
- Finlay, R. "The Refashioning of Martin Guerre" pages 553–571 from American Historical Review Volume 93, Issue #2, 1988.
- Guneratne, A. "Cinehistory and the Puzzling Case of Martin Guerre" pages 2–19 from Film and History, Volume 21, Issue # 1, 1991.
- Le Roy Ladurie, Emmanuel "Double Trouble: Review of The Return of Martin Guerre" pages 12–13 from The New York Review of Books, Volume 30, Issue #20, December 22, 1983.
- O'Connor, J.E (editor) Images as Artifact: the Historical Analysis of Film and Television, Malabar, Florida: R.E. Krieger, 1990.
- Orest, R. Review of Women on the Margins pages 808–810 from American Historical Review, Volume 102, Issue #3, 1997.
- Quinn, A. Review of Women on the Margins page 18 from New York Times Review of Books, December 10, 1995.
- Roelker, N.L. Review of Fiction in the Archives pages 1392–1393 from American Historical Review Volume 94, Issue #5, 1989.
- Roper, L. Review of Women on the Margins pages 4–5 from Times Literacy Supplement 4868, July 19, 1996.
- Snowman, Daniel "Natalie Zemon Davis" pages 18–20 from History Today Volume 52 Issue 10 October 2002.