Digital History at Ursinus

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Stein’s Effusions Embody Dodge and the Revolutionary Concept of “The Villa Curonia”

Mabel Dodge was the subject of dozens of portraits by painters, photographers, and perhaps most notably, Gertrude Stein. Stein worked in her medium of choice and…

Mabel and Gertrude Display the Conflicted Bridges Between Art and the Mainstream

Mabel Dodge took on the role of a bridge not only between the various groups of reformers and artists she surrounded herself with, but also between the finances and…

Mabel Dodge and the Steins: The Spirit of “The New”

Among intellectuals, artists, and revolutionaries who passed through the gates of Villa Curonia during Dodge’s time in Florence, the Steins were a pair that stood out. Gertrude Stein is one of…

Dodge Serves as Stein’s Bridge to the Public

Dodge brings Gertrude Stein’s name to the public in Florence and later in America. Dodge is somewhat responsible for her increased notoriety on both sides of the Atlantic. Stein’s relationship with…
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