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This project is made possible through support from the Terra Foundation for American ArtWhen Elizabeth Cady Stanton penned the Declaration of Sentiments for the first womens rights convention held in Seneca Falls New York in 1848 she unleashed a powerful force in American society In A Sisterhood of Sculptors Melissa Dabakis outlines the conditions under which a group of American women artists adopted this egalitarian view of society and negotiated the gendered terrain of artistic production at home and abroad Between 1850 and 1876 a community of talented women sought creative refuge in Rome and developed success

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A Sisterhood of Sculptors American Artists in Nineteenth Century RomeArtistic careers in unprecedented numbers in the years following the Civil WarAt its core A Sisterhood of Sculptors is concerned with the gendered nature of creativity and expatriation Taking guidance from feminist theory cultural geography and expatriate and postcolonial studies Dabakis provides a detailed investigation of the historical phenomenon of womens artistic lives in Rome in the mid nineteenth century As an interdisciplinary examination of femininity and creativity it provides models for viewing and interpreting nineteenth century sculpture and for analyzing the gendered status of the artistic professi