Professor Emerita, History
Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University, 1972
18th century France, early modern European social, women
"Marketing the Counter Reformation: Religion and Consumption in Early Modern France." To appear in a collection of articles in honor of Robert Forster.
"The Production and Marketing of Populuxe Goods in Eighteenth-Century Paris." In Consumption and the World of Goods, John Brewer and Roy Porter, eds. (London, 1993).
Domestic Enemies: Servants and Their Masters in Old Regime France (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, l984).
Poverty and Charity in Aix-en-Provence, 1640-1789 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1976).
Professor of History, Syracuse University, 1985-to present
Associate Professor of History, Syracuse University, l977-l985
Assistant Professor of History, University of California, San Diego, l972-l974
Assistant Professor of History, Macalester College, l974-l977
18th-Century France,The French Revolution,Early Modern European Social History ,European Women's History