Clara Malraux, Une femme dans le siècle, Paris, Éditions de l’Olivier, Le Seuil, 1992, 287 pp.
Violette Leduc, Boston, G.K. Hall, 1985, 145 pp.
Lives in Translation: Bilingual Writers on Identity and Creativity, N.Y. Palgrave McMillan 2003, 208 pp.
Beyond French Feminisms: Debates on Women, Politics and Culture in France, 1981-2001, co-edited with Roger Celestin, Eliane Dalmolin, N.Y. Palgrave McMillan, 2003, 300 pp.
Significant Others: Creativity and Intimate Partnership, co-edited with Whitney Chadwick, London & N.Y., Thames & Hudson, 1992, 256 pp. (Translated into Spanish, Swedish, Japanese, German, Chinese; Paperback, 1996.)
Women Writers in Translation: An International Annotated Bibliography 1945-1980, co-edited with Margery
Resnick. N.Y., Garland Press, 1983, 271 pp.
New French Feminisms, co-edited with Elaine Marks, Introduction, translation, bibliography, annotations.
University of Massachusetts Press, 1980; N.Y. Shocken Press paperback, 1982; Harvester Press paperback (Great Britain), 1982, 300 pp.
Chapters in Books
“The Story of A Woman’s Life In and Through Time” in Elaine Marks: Life Writing, Writing Death, ed. Richard E. Goodkin, U Wisconsin Press, 2007 pp. 57-71.
“Memoirs of a Bilingual Daughter” in Lives in Translation: Bilingual Writers on Identity and Creativity, N.Y. Palgrave McMilIan 2003, pp.158-166.
“Violette Leduc” in French Women Writers, Editors: Sartoni and Zimmerman. Wesport, London, N.Y., Greenwood Press, 1991, pp. 285-295.
"The Sand Image: Weak Men and Fatal Women,” in Homosexualities and French Literature, Editors: G. Stambolian and Elaine Marks. Cornell University Press, 1979, pp. 210-227.
“Rethinking Differences” (translation), an interview with Hélène Cixous, in Homosexualities and French Literature, op.cit. 1979, pp. 70-86.
Articles in refereed journals
“The Incomplete Return” in Life Writing, special issue on Mixed Race, Hybrid, Transnational: Writing Lives in National and Global Frameworks; vol. 4, no 1, pp 31-41.
“Midlife Memoirs and the Bicultural Dilemma,” in Sites: The Journal of 20th Century Contemporary French Studies, Volume 4, Issue 1, Spring 2000, pp. 159-171.
“La Politique éditoriale des Editions des femmes” in Regards sur la France des années 80, ed. Brami, Hage, Verdaguer, Stanford: Stanford French & Italian Studies, Spring 1995.
“The Resistance and the Liberation of Clara Malraux,” in Contemporary French Civilization (special issue on “Memoire et oubli: Women in the French Resistance”), Winter/Spring 1994.
“The Other Malraux in Indochina,” in Biography, January 1989, pp. 29-42.
“Violette Leduc: Recluse et Vagabonde,” in Les Cahiers du Grif, Fall 1988, pp. 49-54.
“Van bastaard tot pelgrim: riten en geschriften voor Madame,” in Lust en Gratie, Amsterdam 1988 (modified version of Yale French Studies article), pp. 66-92.
“From Bastard to Pilgrim: Rites and Writing for Madame,” in Yale French Studies, Spring 1987, pp. 133-148.
“Women in Movement(s) 1968-1978,” in French Literature Series, 1979, pp. 121-132.
“Le Repos du guerrier: Rochefort’s Warrior Reconsidered,” in L’Esprit Créateur, 1979, pp. 23-35.
“Violette Leduc’s L’Affamée: The Courage to Displease,” in L’Esprit Créateur, 1979, pp. 95-106.
“ France’s Moment of Truth for Femininity” in The Boston Globe, April 29, 2007.
“Educating the Global Student,” in Chronicle of Higher Education, July 22, 2000.
“Found in Translation,” in New York Times Book Review, Dec. 1998.
“Notes from a Department in Progress,” in Consortium News, Fall 1995.
A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France and the Birth of America. In Washington Post; April, 2005.
Creating Colettet; by Gonthier and Francis. In NY Times Book Review; February 2000.
Albert Camus, by Olivier Todd. In New York Times Book Review; Dec. 1997.
The Memoirs of Brigitte Bardot and Truismes by Marie Darrieusseq. In New York Times Book Review; June 22,1997.
Belle du Seigneur, by Albert Cohen. In New York Times Book Review; August 25, 1996.
The Love Affair As Work of Art, by Dan Hofstadter. In Washington Post Book Review; April 1996.
Einstein’s Wife: Work and Marriage in the Lives of Five Great Twentieth Century Women, by Andrea Gabor. In The Women’s Review of Books, December 1995.
Dared and done: The Marriage of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning, by Julia Markus. In Washington Post Book Review, February 1995.
Saint-Exupéry, by Stacy Schiff. In New York Times, January 1995.
Fear of Fifty, by Erica Jong. In Women’s Review of Books, October 1994.
Louise Colet, by Francine du Plessix Gray. In Washington Post Book Review, March 1994.
Jean Genet, by Edmund White. In New York Times Book Review, October 1993.
Michel Foucault, by James Miller. In New York Times Book Review, January 1993.
The War against Women, by Marilyn French. In New York Times Book Review, June 1992.
Revaluing French Feminisim: Critical Essays on Difference, Agency, and Culture, edited by Nancy Fraser and Sandra Lee Bartky. In Harvard’s French Politics and Society, Summer 1992.
La fièvre hexagonale, by Michael Winock. In French Review, June 1988.
Simone Weil, by John Dunaway. In French Review, March 1986.
Hélène Cixous: Writing the Feminine, by Verena Andermatt Conley. In French Review, Fall 1985.
“Women, Prisons and Literature: Review of The Imagination in Confinement.” In The Women’s Review of Books, February 1984.
Les Femmes et leurs maîtres, by M.A. Macchiochi; Il était de femmes dans la Resistance, by A. Francos. In French Review, March 1981.
Solzhenitsin’s Children are Making a Lot of Noise in Paris, by M. Rubbo. In French Review, February 1981.
Le Pouvoir intellectuel en France, by Regis Debray. In French Review, Winter 1980.