Sarah E. Lund. Forthcoming. “The Matrix of Citizenship: Female Printmakers Angélique Allais Briceau and Émira Sergent Marceau and the French Revolution of 1789.” Dix-Huitième Siècle, 55.Abstract
Forthcoming article in Dix-Huitième Siècle issue on "Normes et genre dans l'Europe des Lumières."
Sarah E. Lund. 3/27/2022. “Printmaking: An Excavation.” Ars Longa Journal. Link
Sarah Lund. 1/28/2022. “Feature Archive: Musée du Louvre Graphic Arts Department Consultation Room.” French History Network Blog. Link
Sarah Lund. 11/18/2021. “Carve, Reverse, Reflect: Émira Sergent Marceau's Printmaking and the French Revolution.” Index, Harvard Art Museums. Link
Sarah Lund. 10/31/2021. “Feature Archive: Musée du Louvre Centre de Documentation.” French History Network Blog. Link
Sarah Lund. 7/13/2021. “Liberty, Equality, Sorority? Women & Print in the French Revolution.” Alliance Française/French Cultural Center Boston Bastille Day Lectures.
Sarah Lund. 4/6/2021. “Liberty, Equality, Sorority? A Woman Printmaker in the French Revolution.” Art Talks Live. Harvard Art Museums. YouTube
Sarah Lund. 2016. “Printing History: A Study of Pierre Blin's Portraits des grands hommes, femmes illustres.” Undergraduate Thesis (awarded High Honors), Art History, Dartmouth College.
Sarah Lund and John Tain. 7/17/2015. “Inside the Papers of Longtime Curator Maurice Tuchman.” The Iris: Behind the Scenes at the Getty. Link