Furlong-Clancy, Sinéad Books
Dr. Sinéad Furlong-Clancy was educated at Trinity College Dublin, the Sorbonne, the Ecole Normale Supérieure, the Université de Provence, and the Ecole du Louvre, and interned in the Impressionist and Modern Art Department of Sotheby’s Paris. She has lectured at Trinity College, the Sorbonne, the National College of Art and Design, the National Gallery of Ireland, where she is a specialist lecturer (Outreach), and is on the Visual and Historical Art panel at the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane.2014 0-7734-1451-7
This book is a groundbreaking and illuminating study of nineteenth-century Paris, its art, culture, and the history of gender and urban space. Sinéad Furlong-Clancy’s choice of the public park as frame for the analysis of images of women in the city is a departure from existing art, cultural-material and literary histories and connects the disciplines of art history, literature, fashion history, urban history, garden history, nineteenth-century French studies, and gender studies.