Women and Gender in Eighteenth-Century Russia, edied by Wendy Rosslyn (Ashgate: Aldershot, 2003).

Wendy Rosslyn, Introduction; Women in Russia (1700-1825): Recent Research [pp. 1-34]

Lindsey Hughes, "The Crown of Maidenly Honour and Virtue": Redefining Femininity in Peter I's Russia [pp. 35-50]

Carolin Heyder and Arja Rosenholm, Feminisation as Functionalisation: The Presentation of Femininity by the Sentimentalist Man [pp. 51-72]

Helena Goscilo, Cosmetics or Dying to Overcome Nature in an Age of Art and Artifice [pp. 73-104]

Semeon Ekshtut, Love and the lap-dog [pp. 105-110

Natal'ia L. Pushkareva, Russian Noblewomen's Education in the Home as revealed in late 18th- and early 19th-century Memoirs [pp. 111-128]

Olga E. Glagoleva, Imaginary World: Reading in the Lives of Russian Provincial Noblewomen (17501825) [[p. 129-148]

Anna Belova, Women's Letters and Russian Noble Culture of the Late 18th and early 19th Centuries [pp. 147-162]

Frank Göpfert, Observations on the Life and Work of Elizaveta Kheraskova (17371809) [pp. 163-186]

Gitta Hammarberg, Women, Critics, and Women Critics in Early Russian Women's Journals [pp. 187-208]

Michelle Lamarche Marrese, From Maintenance to Entitlement: Defining the Dowry in 18th-century Russia [pp. 209-226]

Robin Bisha, Marriage, church, and community in 18th-century St Petersburg [pp. 227-242]

Ol'ga Kosheleva, Episodes from Women's Lives in the Reign of Peter I [pp. 243-256]

Wendy Rosslyn, Female Employees in the Russian Imperial Theatres (17851825)