Bibliography for "These Shoes Were Made for ... Walking?"
Selection of Books and Articles on Shoes, primarily in English, in Tozzer and other Harvard Libraries (check HOLLIS Catalog for locations)
- Traditional Shoes
- High Fashion
- Bound Feet
- On Historical and Social Aspects of Footwear and Other Dress Around the World
In keeping with its long-standing emphasis on the indigenous peoples of the world as represented in the published record, Tozzer Library contains a wealth of literature on moccasins, sandals, mukluks and other forms of traditional footwear. Studies may be ethnographic or archaeological.
Baghli, Ouahiba. Chaussures Traditionnelles Algeriennes. Alger: SNED, 1977. (Documents du Centre de Recherches Anthropologiques Préhistoriques et Ethnographiques 2.)
Buys, Cunera and Jarich Oosten, editors. Braving the Cold; Continuity and Change in Arctic Clothing. Leiden: Research School CNWS, 1997.
Burgesse, J.A. “Snow shoes,” The Beaver 271: 24-28. Mar, 1941.
Clayton-Gouthro, Cecile M. Patterns in Transition: Moccasin Production and Ornamentation of the Janvier Band Chipewyan . Hull , Quebec : Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1994. (Canadian Ethnology Service, Paper no. 127.)
Deegan, Ann Cordy. “Anasazi Sandal Features: their Research Value and Identification,” Kiva 61: 57-69. 1995.
Geib, Phil R. “Sandal Types and Archaic Prehistory on the Colorado Plateau,” American Antiquity 65(3): 509-524. 2000.
Goubitz, Olaf. “Eight Exceptional Medieval Shoes from the Netherlands ,” Berichten van de Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek 42: 425-44. 1996/97.
Hald, Margrethe. An Archaeological-Ethnological Study Based Upon Shoe Finds from the Jutland Peninsula . Copenhagen , Nationalmuseet, Eksp.: Gyldendal, 1972. (Publications of the National Museum . Archaeological-Historical Series 1, v.13.)
Hatt, Gudmund. Moccasins and Their Relation to Arctic Footwear. Lancaster, PA: New Era Printing Co.: Published for the American Anthropological Association, 1916.
(Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association 3: 147-250.)
Hays-Gilpin, Kelley Ann, Ann Cordy Deegan and Elizabeth Ann Morris. Prehistoric Sandals from Northeastern Arizona; the Earl H. Horris and Ann Axtell Morris Research.
Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1998. (Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona 62.)
Jules, Sarah and Jann L.M. Bailey. Making an Impression: Contemporary Moccasins of the Shuswa . Kamloops , B.C.: Kamloops Art Gallery , 1997.
Myers, Thomas P. “Examination of Central Plains Moccasins: Evidence of Adaptation to a Reservation Economy,” Plains Anthropologist 32(115): 29-71.
Oakes, Jill and Rick Riewe. Our Boots: an Inuit Women’s Art. London: Thames & Hudson , 1996.
Oakes, Jill and Rick Riewe. Spirit of Siberia: Traditional Native Life, Clothing and Footwear. Vancouver; Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, in association with the Bata Shoe Museum, 1998.
Salwen, Bert. “The Introduction of Leather Footgear in the Pueblo Area,” Ethnohistory 7(3): 206-238. 1960.
Thayer, B.W. “Additional Arapaho Moccasin Characteristics,” The Minnesota Archaeologist 8(2): 31-40. Apr. 1942.
Thompson, Judy. Pride of the Indian Wardrobe: Northern Athapaskan Footwear.
Toronto; Buffalo: Published for the Bata Shoe Museum by University of Toronto Press, 1990.
Turner, R.C. “Bog Body and its Shoes from Amcotts, Lincolnshire,” Antiquaries Journal 72: 76-90. 1992.
Webber, Alika Podolinsky. North American Indian and Eskimo Footwear: a Typology and Glossary. Toronto: Bata Shoe Museum, 1989.
Wildschut, William. “Moccasin Bundle of the Crows,” Indian Notes. Museum of the American Indian 3(3): 201-205. 1926.
Wissler, Clark. “Distribution of Moccasin Decorations Among the Plains Tribes,” Anthropological Papers, AmericanMuseum of Natural History. 29: 1-23. 1927.
Probert, Christina. Shoes in Vogue Since 1910. New York: Abbeville, 1981.
Steele, Valerie. Shoes: a Lexicon of Style. London: Scriptum, 1998.
Trasko, Mary. Heavenly Soles: Extraordinary Twentieth-Century Shoes. New York: Abbeville, 1989.
Broadwin, Julie. “Walking Contradictions: Chinese Women Unbound at the Turn of the Century,” Journal of Historical Sociology 10(4): 418-443. Dec., 1997.
Gamble, Sidney D. “The Disappearance of Foot-Binding in Tingshien,” American Journal of Sociology 49(2): 181-183.
Gates, Hill. “Footloose in Fujian : Economic Correlates of Footbinding,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 43(1): 130-148.
Hong, Fan. Footbinding, Feminism and Freedom: the Liberation of Women’s Bodies in Modern China. London; Portland OR: Frank Cass, 1997.
Jackson, Beverly . Splendid Slippers; a Thousand Years of an Erotic Tradition. Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 1997.
Ko, Dorothy. “The Body as Attire: Shifting Meanings of Footbinding in Seventeenth
Century China ,” Journal of Women’s History 8(4): 8-27. 1997.
______________. Every Step a Lotus: Shoes for Bound Feet. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2001
Levy, Howard S. Chinese Footbinding: the History of a Curious Erotic Custom. New York : W. Rawls, 1966.
Roberts, Glenn and Valerie Steele. “Golden lotus: a Collection of Chinese Bound Foot Shoes,” Arts of Asia 27(2): 69-85. Mar.- Apr. 1997.
Turner, Christena L. “Locating Footbinding: Variations Across Class and Space in Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century China,” Journal of Historical Sociology 10(4): 444-479. Dec. 1997.
Benstock, Shari and Suzanne Ferris, editors. Footnotes: on Shoes. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2001.
Gorbold, Roland. “Shoes of Asia ,” Asia ; Journal of the American Asiatic Society 21: 526- 531+. 1921.
Goubitz, Olaf. Stepping Through Time: Archaeological Footwear from Prehistoric Times until 1800. Zwolle, Netherlands: Stichting Promotie Archeologie, 2001.
Horniman Museum . Feet of Ingenuity: a Catalogue of Footwear from the Ethnographic Collections of the Horniman Museum . London : Horniman Museum , 1993.
Jain-Neubauer, Jutta. Feet & Footwear in Indian Culture. Toronto; Ahmedabad, India:
Bata Shoe Museum in association with Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd., 2000.
Ledger, Florence E. Put Your Foot Down: a Treatise on the History of Shoes. Melksham, Wiltshire, U.K.: C. Venton, 1985.
Mitchell, Louise, with Lindie Ward. Stepping Out; Three Centuries of Shoes. Sidney: Powerhouse Publishing, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, 1997.
Rexford, Nancy E. Women’s Shoes in America , 1795-1930 . Kent , OH : Kent State University Press, 2000.
Wright, Thomas. The Romance of the Shoe, Being the History of Shoemaking in All Ages, Especially in England and Scotland. London, J.C. Farncombe & Sons, Ltd., 1922.
For additional resources, search HOLLIS Catalog or other indexes for these subjects:Shoes, Moccasins, Sandals, Footbinding, Footwear, Boots