Judy Chicago Catalogue
Judy Chicago
Selected Articles
Selz, Peter with Jane Linvingston.  "Two Generations in L.A.,"  Art in America,  January/February, 1969. pp. 92-7. 
Chicago, Judy and Miriam Schapiro.  "Feminist Art Program,"  Art Journal,  vol. 31, no. 1, Fall, 1971. p. 48. 
Petit, Helen.  "West Coast Womanpower,"  Architectural Design,  vol. 43, no. 9, 1973. pp. 565-6. 
Chicago, Judy and Miriam Schapiro.  "Female Imagery,"  Womanspace Journal,  vol. 1, no. 3, Summer, 1973.
Chicago, Judy and Arlene Raven.  "Women's Art History,"  Pacifica Radio Archives, Los Angeles,  January 2, 1973.
Lippard, Lucy R.  "Judy Chicago: Talking to Lucy R. Lippard,"  Artforum,  vol. 13, September, 1974. pp. 60-5. 
"Judy Chicago,"  Art in America,  July, 1974. p. 93. 
Chicago, Judy.  "Judy Chicago – the Artist Views Herself,"  Playgirl,  May, 1975. pp. 80-1, 102-4. 
Hazlitt, G. J.  "Incredibly Beautiful Quandary,"  Art News,  vol. 75, May, 1976. pp. 36-8. 
"Judy Chicago: China Painter,"  Ceramics Monthly,  June, 1977. pp. 34-5. 
Hass, Charlie.  "Judy Chicago's Dinner Party: A Room of Her Own,"  New West,  August 1, 1977.
Wilding, Faith.  "By Our Own Hands,"  Double X,  1977.
"Dinner Party,"  Camera,  (English Edition), vol. 57, December, 1978. p. 45. 
"Judy Chicago: World of the China Painter,"  Ceramics Monthly,  May, 1978. pp. 40-5. 
Isenberg, Barbara.  "Invitation to a Dinner Party,"  Los Angeles Times,  April 6, 1978.
Levin, Elaine.  "Clay: Judy Chicago's Dinner Party,"  Craft Horizons,  vol. 39, April, 1979. pp. 53-5. 
Albright, Thomas.  "Guess Who's Coming to Judy Chicago's Dinner,"  Art News,  vol. 78, January, 1979. pp. 60-2+. 
"Judy Chicago,"  Artforum,  vol. 17, Summer, 1979. pp. 76-7. 
Berger, Arthur.  "Nourishing Art from the Rich History of Women,"  Chronicle of Higher Education,  April 16, 1979.
"Feminist Sculptor's Dinner Party, A,"  New York Times,  April 1, 1979.
Fischer, Hal.  "Judy Chicago, San Francisco Museum of Art,"  Artform,  Summer, 1979. p. 77. 
Glueck, Grace.  "Judy Chicago's Rochester Dinner Party is Canceled,"  New York Times,  August 11, 1979.
"Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party, Two Views of the First Feminist Epic Artwork,"  Village Voice,  June 11, 1979.
Larson, Kay.  "Under the Table: Duplicity, Alienation,"  Village Voice,  June 11, 1979. p. 51. 
Lipinski, Ann Marie.  "Judy Chicago's Dinner Party,"  Chicago Tribune,  August 19, 1979.
Lippard, Lucy.  "Dinner Party a Four-Star Treat,"  Seven Days,  April, 1979.
Stevens, Mark.  "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner,"  Newsweek,  April 2, 1979. p. 93. 
"Table for 39, A,"  Life,  May, 1979.
Woo, Elaine.  "Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party,"  Los Angeles Herald Examiner,  March 20, 1979.
Zolotow, Maurice.  "The 78 Most Interesting People in Los Angeles,"  Los Angeles,  November, 1979. p. 203. 
Kingsley, April.  "The I-Hate-to-Cook Dinner Party,"  Ms.,  June, 1979.
"Decade of Progress, but could a Female Chardin Make a Living?,"  Art News,  vol. 79, October, 1980. pp. 73-9. 
"Judy Chicago's Dinner Party,"  Art in America,  vol. 68, April, 1980. pp. 114-26. 
"Chicago's Dinner Party Comes to Brooklyn Museum,"  New York Times,  October 17, 1980. p. C1. 
Gerber, Eric.  "Right Out of History,"  Houston Post,  March 14, 1980.
Goldenhersh, Sheryn.  "Judy Chicago Hosts Her Dinner Party at Brooklyn Art Museum,"  St. Louis Jewish Light,  November 5, 1980. p. 7. 
Hughes, Robert.  "An Obsessive Feminist Pantheon: Judy Chicago's Dinner Party Turns History into Agitprop,"  Time,  December 15, 1980. p. 85. 
Lippard, Lucy.  "Judy Chicago's Dinner Party,"  Art in America,  April, 1980. pp. 115-26. 
Mitgang, Herbert.  "Publishing: Judy Chicago Speaking in Volumes,"  New York Times,  September 26, 1980.
Pennington, Ron.  "Right Out of History,"  The Hollywood Reporter,  August 29, 1980. p. 2. 
Perrault, John.  "No Reservations,"  Soho News,  October 22, 1980. p. 1. 
Tennant, Donna.  "'Right out of History' a Remarkable Story,"  Houston Chronicle,  March 14, 1980.
Wolfert, Lee.  "Sassy Judy Chicago Throws A Dinner Party, but the Art World Mostly Sends Regrets,"  People,  December 8, 1980. p. 156. 
Frey, Therry.  "Judy Chicago,"  Du,  no. 1, 1981. pp. 32-4. 
Adams, Jane.  "Judy Chicago,"  Horizon,  March, 1981.
Berger, Suzanne.  "Dinner Party Comes to Chicago,"  Sister Source,  August 1, 1981. pp. 1-7. 
Mullarkey, Maureen.  "Dishing It Out: Judy Chicago's Dinner Party,"  Commonweal,  vol. 108, no. 7, April, 1981. pp. 210-1. 
Seebohm, C.  "The Dinner Party: Turning Women's Crafts into Art,"  House & Garden,  April, 1981.
Wachtel, Eleanor.  "This Is Judy Chicago,"  Homemaker's Magazine,  November, 1981. p. 34. 
Blair, Gwenda.  "The Womanly Art of Judy Chicago,"  Mademoiselle,  January, 1982.
Cox, Meg.  "Making Art with a Female Message,"  Wall Street Journal,  January 8, 1982.
Freeman, Natalie V.  "A Dream of a Dinner Party - Judy Chicago,"  City Woman,  Spring, 1982.
Freeman, Natalie V.  "Revelations of a Private Female World,"  Macleans,  April 5, 1982.
Mays, John Bently.  "Epic Dinner Party Strikes to the Core,"  Toronto Globe and Mail,  May, 1982.
Blair, Gwenda.  "Reviewing the Birth Project - Judy Chicago's Judgement Day,"  Village Voice,  November 1, 1983.
Keerdoja, Eileen.  "Judy Chicago's Controversial Creation,"  Newsweek,  October 31, 1983.
Roth, Moira.  "The Amazing Decade: Women and Performance Art in America,"  Astro Artz,  1983.
Battiata, Mary.  "Judy Chicago's Tapestry of Birth,"  Washington Post,  May 13, 1985.
Bennetts, Leslie.  "Judy Chicago: Women's Lives and Art,"  New York Times,  April 8, 1985.
Januszczak, Waldemer.  "Look Who's Coming to Dinner,"  Guardian Women,  March 19, 1985.
Lippard, Lucy.  "Born Again,"  Village Voice,  April 16, 1985.
"Chicago in Chicago,"  New Art Examiner,  vol. 14, November, 1986. p. 9. 
Withers, Josephine.  "Judy Chicago's Birth Project: A Feminist Muddle?,"  New Art Examiner,  vol. 13, January, 1986. pp. 28-30. 
Chamaj, Betty.  "Visions and Revisions: Women's Studies and the Challenge to See Anew,"  Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies,  vol. 8, no. 3, 1986.
Hawkins, Margaret.  "Birth Project Survives Needling From Critics,"  Chicago Sun Times,  October 3, 1986. pp. 39-40. 
Thompson, Ruthie.  "Judy Chicago's Birth Project,"  Screen Printing,  1986.
Gouma-Peterson, Thalia and Patricia Townley Mathews.  "The Feminist Critique of Art History,"  The Art Bulletin,  vol. 69, September, 1987.
Kuperstein, Elana.  "Judy Chicago: A Feminist Artist in Search of Her Jewish Self,"  B'nai B'irth Women's World,  vol. 78, no. 3, April, 1987.
Netsky, Ron.  "Judy Chicago's Style of Creation,"  Democrat and Chronicle,  January 14, 1987.
Roessner, Barbara T.  "Bearing Children Is What Women Do,"  International Herald Tribune,  March 13, 1987.
Aptheker, Bettina.  "Standing on Our Own Ground,"  Gallerie,  vol. 1, no. 1, Annual, 1988.
Bell, June D.  "Setting the Table for Changes, an Artist Discusses Her Work,"  Melbourne Times Leader,  November 3, 1988.
Gray, Sharon.  "Weep, Be Moved and Drink Wine,"  Melbourne Age,  January 30, 1988.
"Table for 39 Looks for a Home,"  Melbourne Times on Sunday,  January 17, 1988.
Kubitza, Anna.  "The Pink Sneakers (Die Rasafarbenen Turnschuhe),"  Lichtblick-Feminisische Kunstzeitschrift,  Fall, 1989. pp. 8-11. 
"Dinner Party Called Off,"  Art in America,  vol. 78, December, 1990. p. 37. 
"University Won't Host Dinner Party,"  Art News,  vol. 89, December, 1990. pp. 61-2. 
"Entertaining Judy,"  Women Artists News,  vol. 15, Fall, 1990. p. 32. 
Thorson, Alice.  "Artnotes: Hungry Conservatives Crash The Dinner Party,"  New Art Examiner,  vol. 18, October, 1990. p. 56. 
"Indigestion from Dinner Party?,"  Art in America,  vol. 78, September, 1990. p. 216. 
Ballatore, Sandy.  "Judy Chicago's fiber art: Revising History, Changing Society,"  Fiberarts,  vol. 17, Summer, 1990. pp. 36-8. 
Strand, John.  "Washington DC: 3-D pornography!,"  Art International,  no. 13, Winter, 1990. p. 26. 
Barras, Jonetta Rose.  "UDC Facing Growing Debt, Status Review,"  Washington Times,  July 25, 1990.
Barras, Jonetta Rose.  "Financial Inquiries Crash The Dinner Party at UDC,"  Washington Times,  July 20, 1990.
Barras, Jonetta Rose.  "D.C. Council's 'Sanity' Questioned as Hill Learns of The Dinner Party,"  Washington Times,  July 19, 1990.
Barras, Jonetta Rose.  "UDC's $1.6 Million 'Dinner',"  Washington Times,  July 18, 1990.
Berenbaum, Michael.  "The Mystifying Burden of Goodness,"  Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies,  1990. p. 21. 
Bird, Kay.  "House Smacks of Anti-Feminist-Artist,"  Santa Fe New Mexican,  August 6, 1990.
Gamarekian, Barbara.  "A Feminist Artwork for University Library,"  New York Times,  July 21, 1990.
Harrison, Keith.  "UDC Trustee Wants Artwork Reconsidered,"  Washington Post,  July 30, 1990.
Hickox, Katie.  "Work by Santa Fe Artist Stirs Congressional Fray,"  Santa Fe New Mexican,  July 28, 1990. p. A1. 
Long, Nira Hardon.  "The Dinner Party,"  Arts Advocate,  September/October, 1990.
Long, Nira Hardon.  "The Dinner Party: A Matter of Basic Human Liberties,"  Washington Post,  August 9, 1990.
Mahler, Richard.  "The Battle of Chicago,"  Los Angeles Times,  October 12, 1990. pp. F1, F24. 
Mann, Judy.  "Art and Sexual Power,"  Washington Post,  September 12, 1990.
Richardson, Congressman Bill.  "Not a Vote on Art,"  Santa Fe New Mexican,  August 16, 1990.
Sinclair, Molly.  "An Artist's Open-Ended Invitation,"  Washington Post,  July 21, 1990.
Sweets, Ellen.  "The Chicago Story,"  Dallas Morning News,  September 16, 1990.
Suh, Mary.  "Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner,"  Ms.,  September/October, 1990.
Lippard, Lucy R.  "Uninvited Guests: How Washington Lost The Dinner Party,"  Art in America,  vol. 79, December, 1991. pp. 39+. 
Carrol, Alberta.  "Judy Chicago and Her Art,"  Minnesota Women's Press,  May 22, 1991. pp. 18-9. 
Craven, Joan.  "Canadian Dinner Party a Celebration,"  Calgary Herald,  April 4, 1991. p. H5. 
Danis, Naomi.  "Worthy Causes,"  Lilith,  Spring, 1991. p. 32. 
Eauclaire, Sally.  "The Female Gaze,"  Southwest Profile,  February-April, 1991. pp. 12-4. 
Harrison, Helen.  "No Muffling of Women's Voice,"  New York Times,  May 12, 1991.
Knight, Christopher.  "From Out West and the 'Cool School', It's Abstract Pop,"  Los Angeles Times,  April 4, 1991. Calender sec. pp. 83-4. 
Lacy, Suzanne.  "The Name of the Game,"  Art Journal,  Summer, 1991.
Lacy, Suzanne.  "Fractured Space,"  Art Journal,  Summer, 1991.
Levy, Daniel.  "Quarreling Over Quality,"  Time (Special Issue: Women: The Road Ahead),  1991. pp. 61-2. 
Melendez, Michelle.  "Getting Closer to the Work,"  Albuquerque Journal,  October 20, 1991. p. G2. 
Tobia, Blaise and Virginia Maksymowicz.  "Judy Chicago Birthing Art,"  Witness,  vol. 74, no. 12, December 12, 1991.
"Artistic Differences,"  UCLA Magazine,  vol. 3, no. 4, Winter, 1992. p. 24. 
Epstein, Pancho.  "Through the Flower,"  Santa Fe New Mexican,  January 24, 1992. pp. 20-1. 
Mifflin, Margot.  "Feminism's New Face,"  ARTnews,  November, 1992.
Rosen, Steven.  "Local Show Previews a '93 Blockbuster,"  Denver Post,  May 10, 1992. pp. D1, D4. 
"The Stained Glass Window of Judy Chicago's Holocaust,"  Stained Glass: Quarterly of the Stained Glass Association of America,  vol. 87, no. 3, Fall, 1992. p. 193. 
Sweets, Ellen.  "Giving the Holocaust New Meaning,"  Dallas Morning News,  August 2, 1992.
Artner, Alan.  "Exploiting Pain: Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project Will Move Viewers,"  Chicago Tribune,  November 26, 1993.
Eauclaire, Sally.  "The Holocaust Project,"  Chicago Tribune Magazine,  October 17, 1993. pp. cover, 17-20. 
Freidman, Jason.  "Holocaust Project: From Darkness into Light,"  Baltimore Alternative,  December, 1993. p. 38. 
Hess, Elizabeth.  "Planet Holocaust,"  Village Voice,  November 2, 1993. pp. 43-4. 
Niederman, Sharon.  "Holocaust Project: Darkness to Light,"  Santa Fe Reporter,  vol. 18, no. 39, March 17-23, 1993. p. 25. 
O'Hara, Delia.  "Search for Roots Gives Birth to Holocaust Project,"  Chicago Sun Times,  October 20, 1993. p. 43. 
Reed, Ollie Jr.  "Confronting the Horror,"  Albuquerque Tribune,  April 13, 1993. pp. D1, D5. 
Steinberg, David.  "Judy Chicago: Coming to Grips with Pain,"  Albuquerque Journal,  November 14, 1993.
Vallongo, Sally.  "Giving Life to Holocaust Art Brings Own Rebirth,"  Toledo Blade,  October 23, 1993.
Woods, Linda.  "The Holocaust Project: By Remembering the Past, We Can Change the Future,"  Los Alamos (New Mexico) Monitor,  April 18, 1993. pp. B1-B4. 
Hirsh, Kim.  "About Women,"  New Haven Register,  February 22, 1993. p. 16. 
Charles, Nick.  "Project Not on Critics' List: Multi-Media Holocaust Exhibit Hit,"  New York Daily News,  April 22, 1994.
Felman, Jyl Lynn.  "Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project,"  Lilith,  vol. 19, no. 2, Summer, 1994. pp. 15-6. 
Felman, Jyl Lynn.  "Presentation of Evil,"  Sojourner,  February, 1994.
Fred, Morris.  "Lessons of the Holocaust Project Exhibition at the Spertus Museum: First Reflections,"  Council of American Jewish Museums Newsletter,  April, 1994. pp. 1, 11-2. 
Gaver, Cynthia.  "Judy Chicago: From Darkness into Light,"  Out Smart,  vol. 1, no. 10, November 15-December, 1994. pp. 54-5. 
Levy, Rebecca.  "Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project: A Time to Heal,"  Austin Chronicle,  vol. 14, no. 10, November 4, 1994. p. 34. 
Lindow, Sandaraand Michael Levy.  "From Darkness into Light: Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project,"  Kaleidoscope,  no. 29, Summer/Fall, 1994. pp. 22-31. 
Loftus, Kelly.  "Long Distance: Judy Chicago,"  Art Lies,  December, 1994. pp. 10-2. 
Miller, Lynn C.  "Life Imitates Art,"  Texas Triangle,  vol. 3, no. 2, October 20-26, 1994. p. 7. 
O'Hara, Delia.  "Chicago Spertus Museum Sees More Visitors,"  Chicago Sun Times,  March 3, 1994.
Staments, Bill.  "The Holocaust Project: From Darkness Into Light,"  The New Art Examiner,  March, 1994.
Sweets, Ellen.  "An Artist's Haunting Vision,"  Dallas Morning News,  October, 1994. pp. C1, C7. 
Myers, Terry R.  "The Mike Kelly Problem,"  New Art Examiner,  Summer, 1994. pp. 24-9. 
Sholiton, Faye.  "Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project,"  Cleveland Jewish News,  January 7, 1994. pp. cover art, 12-4. 
Tomchin, Susan.  "Judy Chicago's Bold Look at the Holocaust,"  B'nai B'rith Women's World,  Summer, 1994.
Chicago, Judy and Laura Meyer.  "Judy Chicago, Feminist Artist and Educator,"  Women & Therapy,  vol. 17, no. 1-2, 1995. p. 125. 
"Reviews,"  ARTnews,  vol. 94, no. 5, May, 1995.
Daniel, Diane.  "Artist Finds Parallel Between Holocaust and Other Tragedies,"  The Patriot Ledger,  September 16, 1995. pp. 37, 39. 
Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter.  "Prints of the City,"  Los Angeles Times,  October 15, 1995. Art sec. p. 62. 
Graham, Renee.  "Why Judy Chicago Is the Artist the Art World Loves to Hate,"  Boston Sunday Globe,  September 24, 1995. p. B27. 
Helfand, Glen.  "Big Gay Art,"  The Advocate,  March 7, 1995.
Jones, Amelia.  "Feminist Heresies: 'Cunt Art' and the Female Body in Representation,"  Heresies,  February 7, 1995.
"Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project Opens at Brandeis,"  The Journal,  September 22, 1995.
Kahn, Sharon.  "Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project: From Darkness into Light,"  Bridges,  vol. 1, no. 5, Summer, 1995. pp. 100-3. 
Kelp, Larry.  "A Look at Chicago's Controversial Vision,"  The Press Democrat,  February 26, 1995. p. Q15. 
Knight, Christopher.  "'Women's Work' Is Never Done at MOCA,"  Los Angeles Times,  October 1, 1995. Art/Art Review sec. pp. 59, 62. 
Lord, M.G.  "Women's Work is (Sometimes) Done,"  New York Times,  February 19, 1995. p. H37. 
McQueen, Rachel.  "Judy Chicago,"  Deneuve-The Lesbian Magazine,  vol. 5, no. 6, December, 1995. Art Profile sec. pp. 48-9. 
Mirrer, Judy.  "Where Is Judy Chicago?,"  The Flying Needle,  vol. 42, no. 1, February, 1995. pp. 13-4. 
Rodriquez, Sarah A.  "From Darkness into Light,"  The Harvard Crimson,  October 19, 1995.
Rosenfeld, Alvin H.  "The Americanization of the Holocaust,"  Commentary,  June, 1995. pp. 35-40. 
Schorow, Stephanie.  "Illuminating Darkness,"  The Boston Herald,  September 14, 1995. Arts & Lifestyle sec. pp. 33, 35. 
Smith, Roberta.  "Void, Self, Drag, Utopia (and 5 Other Gay Themes),"  New York Times,  March 26, 1995. p. H40. 
Strickland, Carol.  "Crash Course in Modern Matters,"  Christian Science Monitor,  October 26, 1995.
Cotter, Holland.  "Feminist Art, 1962 Until Tomorrow Morning and International,"  New York Times,  March 16, 1995. p. C25. 
"USA Art Unleashed (Index on Censorship),"  The International Magazine for Free Speech,  vol. 25, no. 3, May, 1996.
Ivinski, Pamela A.  "Not the Last Supper,"  Print,  vol. 50, November/December, 1996. p. 13. 
Klein, Jennie.  "Sexual/Textual Politics: The Battle Over Art of the '70s,"  New Art Examiner,  vol. 24, October, 1996. pp. 26-31. 
Greenstein, M. A.  "And you thought feminism was dead?: Judy Chicago's 'Dinner party' in Feminist Art History,"  Artweek,  vol. 27, July, 1996. p. 17. 
Blocker, Jane.  "Woman-house: Architecture, Gender and Hybridity in What's Eating Gilbert Grape?,"  Camera Obscura,  no. 39, September, 1996. pp. 126-50. 
Greenan, Althea.  "Perusing Feminism,"  Make: The Magazine of Women's Art,  no. 71, August/September, 1996. p. 37. 
"Judy Chicago and Donald Woodman,"  Art papers,  vol. 20, no. 6, November, 1996.
Lucie-Smith, Edward.  "CRITIC'S DIARY-Edward Lucie Smith Checks out Judy Chicago in New Orleans, Frank Gehry in LA and some Duff, Down and Out Britpop in Paris and London,"  Arts Review,  December, 1996. p. 20. 
Abracarian, Robin.  "The Lesson of Judy Chicago: Fame Has Its Detractions,"  Los Angeles Times,  April 28, 1996. pp. E1-2. 
Beyette, Beverly.  "Guess Who Came (Again) To 'Dinner'?,"  Los Angeles Times,  April 22, 1996. pp. E1-2. 
Ferrari, Jay.  "Artist-Author Chicago Issues Challenge,"  Chicago Tribune,  May 1, 1996.
Knight, Christopher.  "More Famine Than Feast,"  Los Angeles Times,  May 2, 1996. p. F1. 
Preziosi, Donald.  "Sexual Politics an Important Show,"  Los Angeles Times,  May 13, 1996. p. F3. 
Schillinger, Liesl.  "Misunderstood as Ever,"  New York Times,  March 24, 1996. p. 21. 
Schultz, Susy.  "Feast for the Eyes Back on the Road,"  Chicago Sun-Times,  May 5, 1996. p. B3. 
Butruille, Susan.  "Women's Voices: Past and Future...A Most Splendid Dinner Party,"  The Women's Journal,  vol. 4, no. 8, 1996. p. 14. 
Cantor, Judy.  "Chicago Hope,"  Miami New Times,  vol. 10, no. 49, March, 1996. pp. 63, 65. 
Dawkins, Jim.  "Controversial Artist Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project Bound for Pinellas,"  Jewish Press of Pinellas County,  September 11, 1996. p. 5. 
Donson, Naomi.  "There's Nothing Indifferent About Chicago's Works,"  Sarasota Herald Tribune,  October 25, 1996. p. 4B. 
Fernandez, Susan.  "Judy Chicago: Artist and Woman,"  St. Petersburg Times,  October 6, 1996. p. D7. 
Freese, Joan.  "Open Seating: Judy Chicago is Coming to Dinner,"  The Minnesota Women's Press,  vol. 12, no. 1, April 3-16, 1996. Art sec. p. 28. 
Heller, Fran.  "Holocaust Project: From Darkness into Light,"  Cleveland Jewish News,  May 3, 1996. pp. 14-6. 
Jungerman, Eva.  "Holocaust Project: From Darkness into Light,"  Focus on Art,  Spring, 1996. p. 18. 
Kapitanoff, Nancy.  "Feminist Visions in Clay,"  Ceramics: Art and Perception,  no. 25, 1996.
Laughridge, Rhonda.  "Judy Chicago Finds Her Heritage,"  Tampa Bay Magazine,  September/October, 1996. pp. 54-5. 
Lewis, Judith.  "The Trouble with Judy: Reflections on The Dinner Party and the Artist Who Created It,"  Los Angeles Weekly,  April 26-May 2, 1996. pp. 26-8, 30, 32, 34, 36. 
Mackey, Mary.  "Has the World Forgotten Judy Chicago?,"  San Francisco Chronicle/Examiner,  March 17, 1996. p. 3. 
Marger, Mary Ann.  "Holocaust Exhibit Is Designed to Educate,"  St. Petersburg Times,  October 11, 1996. p. W30. 
Polak, Maralyn Lois.  "A Feminist Struggles with the Boys' Club of Art,"  Philadelphia Inquirer,  May 5, 1996.
Russ, Adrienne.  "Judy Chicago's Holocaust Work Makes Debut Here,"  The Sun Press,  May 9, 1996. p. A14. 
Wilkinson, Alec.  "Basic Brick,"  Preservation,  vol. 49, January/February, 1997. pp. 46-51. 
Joselit, David.  "Exhibiting Gender,"  Art in America,  vol. 85, January, 1997. pp. 36-9. 
Battin, Sandy.  "Judy Chicago Donates Books on which The Dinner Party was Based,"  Valencia News-Bulletin (New Mexico),  September 17-18, 1997. p. 2B. 
Brackney, Susan.  "Looking Backward, Look Forward: Judy Chicago on Feminist Art,"  BC Magazine,  May, 1997. pp. 30-1. 
Brown, Patricia.  "40 Fenders and Dada in the Rearview Mirror,"  New York Times,  April 20, 1997. pp. 1, 20. 
Chien, Ying-Ying.  "Sexual Politics: Judy Chicago's Dinner Party & Feminist Art History,"  Unitas (Taipei, Taiwan) 148,  February, 1997. pp. 56-61. 
Fischer, Rachel.  "Richland Students Attend 'Chicago' Dinner Party,"  Westside Weekly (Los Angeles),  May 11, 1997.
Meyer, Laura.  "A Monumental Meal,"  Gadfly,  vol. 1, no. 7, September, 1997. pp. 6-11, 26. 
Nickell, Amy.  "Judy Chicago, Creator of the Controversial Installation The Dinner Party,"  Gadfly,  vol. 1, no. 7, September, 1997. editorial, 4. 
Pulkka, Wesley.  "Focusing Female Energy: Artist Judy Chicago's Collaborative Projects Stir Emotions, Controversy,"  Albuquerque Journal,  September 7, 1997. pp. F1, F4. 
Zinnes, Harriet.  "Autobiography of a Feminist Artist,"  The Bridge,  vol. 6, no. 2, Fall/Winter, 1997. pp. 145-8. 
Battin, Sandy.  "A Stitch in Time,"  Valencia County News-Bulletin,  July 11-12, 1998. sec. B1. 
Bellafonte, Ginia.  "Feminism: It's All About Me,"  Time,  June 29, 1998. pp. 54-62. 
Charles, Goldie.  "Dangerous Men, Unorthodox Women,"  The Jewish Week,  November 6, 1998.
Chicago, Judy.  "A Journey of Discover,"  NCJW Journal 21,  no. 1, Spring, 1998. pp. 16-7. 
Garbowsky, Maryanne.  "Who Goes to Dine: Judy Chicago's Dinner Party,"  Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin,  vol. 10, no. 2, November/December, 1998. pp. 6-7, 25. 
Mercer, Pamela.  "Tampa Bay Expands Its Holocaust Museum,"  The New York Times,  April 26, 1998. p. 3. 
Moore, Derrickson.  "Judy Chicago's Latest Project Looks to the Millennium,"  Sun Life,  July 26, 1998. sec. C1. 
Olmstead, Donna.  "Artistic Awakenings,"  Journal South,  July 16, 1998. pp. 1-2. 
Rosoff, Patricia.  "Cheeky Chick, I Must Say,"  The Hartford Advocate,  June 18, 1998.
York, Julie.  "Judy Chicago Moves Crowd With Art Work,"  South Bend Tribune,  November 5, 1998.
York, Julie.  "Feminist Artist Judy Chicago to Visit St. Mary's,"  South Bend Tribune,  November 1, 1998.
Lucie-Smith, Edward.  "Critic's Diary,"  Art Review,  vol. 51, November, 1999. pp. 26-8. 
"Departments-Art Talk-George Stephanopoulos, Joseph Solman, Judy Chicago, Sam Francis, Madalen Warhola, Klaus Biesenbach, James Rosenquist,"  ARTnews,  vol. 98, no. 4, 1999. p. 27. 
Alt, Jeannette.  "Judy Chicago,"  Santa Fean, Gallery Previews,  June, 1999. p. 78. 
Bakke, Kristin M.  "Feminist Artist to Return to IU-B Campus,"  The IUPUI Sagamore,  September 13, 1999. pp. 1, 10. 
Bakke, Kristin M.  "Chicago Comes to Bloomington,"  Indiana Daily Student,  September 9, 1999.
Bakke, Kristin M.  "Influential Artist to Teach at IU,"  Indiana Daily Student,  vol. 132, issue 76, September, 1999.
Berry, S.I.  "Art with Attitude,"  The Indianapolis Star,  September 26, 1999. pp. 1-2. 
Brand, Peg.  "Judy Chicago's Art and Presence Resulting in Interest and Education,"  The Herald-Times,  October 15, 1999.
Bright, Kimberly.  "A Life in Art,"  Bloomington Independent,  September 16, 1999. p. 13. 
Cavalli, Ellen.  "Judy Chicago Reaches Out in New Direction,"  Pasatiempo,  June 4-10, 1999. p. 14. 
Chen, Elsa H.C.  "Women in Art,"  Art China,  no. 7, April 1, 1999.
Falkenstein, Michelle.  "What's So Good About Being Bad?,"  ARTnews,  November, 1999. pp. 159-63. 
Finkelstein, Lydia B.  "Taking a Look Back at the Career of Judy Chicago,"  Sunday Herald-Times,  September 19, 1999. sec. D7. 
Frank, Johanna.  "Judy Chicago: Bridging Feminism and the Art World,"  The Ryder,  September, 1999. pp. 26-9. 
Henderson, Michelle.  "Judy Chicago to Visit IU Art Museum,"  Sunday Herald-Times,  September 12, 1999. pp. D1, D5. 
"Hide in Plain Sight,"  ARTnews,  April, 1999. p. 27. 
Koba, Kirsten.  "Chicagoland,"  Ms.,  October/November, 1999. p. 87. 
Mannheimer, Steve.  "Judy Chicago's Work Is Art to Dissect and Digest,"  The Indianapolis Star,  October 3, 1999. p. 13. 
Morrison, Richard.  "Week in the Arts,"  The London Times,  October 26, 1999.
Neal, Andrea.  "Feminist Draws Fire at IU,"  The Indianapolis Star,  October 14, 1999.
Rhea, Tom.  "Personal Monuments: Judy Chicago Retrospective Opens in Indiana University Art Museum,"  Bloomington Independent,  September 2, 1999. pp. 15-6. 
Saltzstein, Katherine.  "Judy Chicago Recreates Hill in Watercolor,"  Valencia County New-Bulletin,  June 9-10, 1999. vol. 89, no. 46. 
"Ten Works of Art That Have Rocked the Ages,"  Newsweek,  October 11, 1999. p. 70. 
Whitehead, John W.  "Women in Art: An Interview with Judy Chicago,"  Gadfly,  November/December, 1999. pp. 44-9. 
Yu, San-San.  "To Break Silence of a Sixty-Million-Year Taboo,"  Art China,  no. 7, April 1, 1999.
Harper, Paula.  "The Chicago Resolutions,"  Art in America,  vol. 88, no. 6, June, 2000. pp. 112-5, 137-8. 
Saltz, L. Z.  "Internet vigilante sparks Dinner party fundraiser debate,"  Art Papers,  vol. 24, no. 1, January/February, 2000. p. 12. 
Lucie-Smith, Edward.  "Intimidation is the answer,"  Art Review,  vol. 52, November, 2000. pp. 64-5. 
"Taking Action: Judy Chicago Meets Internet Vigilante,"  Art papers,  vol. 24, no. 1, January, 2000.
Abrams, Carol K.  "Landmark Exhibits at 2 HUC Campuses,"  Cleveland Jewish News,  December 15, 2000.
Andre, Mila.  "Hurry, This Crafts Menagerie Won't Last,"  Daily News (New York),  August 18, 2000.
Barber, Christina.  "Chicago's (Dinner) Party Isn't Over,"  Daily Hampshire Gazette (Northampton, MA),  May 18, 2000.
Brannock, Amy.  "Judy Chicago: Artist in Residence This Fall at UNC and Duke,"  Arts Carolina,  Fall, 2000.
Brock, Lisa A.  "Post-Feminism? 'Ridiculous',"  The Minnesota Women's Press,  vol. 16, no. 15, 2000.
Budick, Ariella.  "Chicago Explores Values with 'A Stitch in Time',"  Newsday,  June 9, 2000.
Duffy, L.A.  "Lunch with Judy Chicago at ERA's 26th Anniversary,"  Bay Area Business Woman,  vol. 7, no. 9, June, 2000. p. 3. 
Greenberg, Blue.  "Chicago's Art Honors Women in History,"  The Herald-Sun,  October 20, 2000. p. D4. 
Halperen, Max.  "Artist's Work is Never Done,"  The News and Observer,  October 1, 2000. sec. G. 
"Holocaust Exhibit a Semester Long Project,"  Lehigh Week,  January 26, 2000.
Jameson, Marnell.  "Teaching Humanities as a Life Skill,"  Los Angeles Times,  June 6, 2000. sec. E. 
Johnson, Ken.  "Offering Up Good Cheer and the Humanist Values, All Rendered in Clichés,"  New York Times,  August 4, 2000. p. E6. 
"Judy Chicago Uses Age Old Crafts in Contemporary Art Installation,"  Antiques and The Arts Weekly,  May 12, 2000. p. 93. 
"Judy Chicago's Birth Project on Display Daily at Albuquerque Museum through October 29,"  Valencia County News Bulletin,  August 30, 2000. sec. C. 
"Judy Chicago in Residence at Lehigh University,"  Art Matters,  March, 2000. p. 7. 
Lucie-Smith, Edward.  "A Sense of Resolution,"  Crafts,  May/June, 2000. pp. 39-43. 
Potts, Leanne.  "Chicago Hope,"  Albuquerque Tribune,  August 11, 2000. p. C3. 
Pulkka, Wesley.  "Exhibition of Jewish Artwork Expands Past Original Ideas,"  Albuquerque Journal,  June 4, 2000.
Russell, Gloria.  "The Many Sides of Judy Chicago,"  Sunday Republican,  May 21, 2000. p. G2. 
Sanchez-Morantz, Regina.  "Artists-in-Residence Judy Chicago Presents NEH-Trustee Lecture on Tolerance,"  Philip and Muriel Berman Center for Jewish Studies Newsletter,  13, Fall, 2000.
Steinberg, David.  "Local Icon,"  Albuquerque Journal,  June 4, 2000.
Weinraub, Bernard.  "Beyond Tans and Tinsel,"  New York Times,  October 23, 2000. p. B1. 
Wilensky, Melody.  "Radical Smith Speaker Engages Tradition, Commencement Speaker Turns Toward Ritual in Feminist Art Movement,"  The Jewish Advocate,  vol. 190, no. 20, May 19-25, 2000. pp. 1A-21A. 
Wilgoren, Jodi.  "Words of Advice for Graduates on the Threshold of the Millennium,"  New York Times (National),  May 29, 2000. p. A11. 
Tuley, L. C.  "Judy Chicago: Re-membering Women,"  The New Orleans Review,  vol. 27, Part 1, 2001. pp. 163-70. 
"Artist Judy Chicago at Fort Wayne Museum of Art,"  Northwest News,  September 5, 2001.
Becker, Suzanne.  "Breaking New Ground,"  Independent,  September 27, 2001. p. 30. 
Bouchard, Gilbert.  "Proverbs Make a Point,"  Edmonton Journal,  April 19, 2001. p. E12. 
Cheng, Scarlett.  "Judy Chicago Exhibit Embraces Positive Values,"  The Journal Gazette Weekender,  September, 2001. pp. 14-6. 
"Current and Coming,"  Fiber Arts,  vol. 27, no. 4, January/February, 2001.
Downs, Emma.  "In Stitches: Judy Chicago Exhibit Portrays Parables in Textile,"  News-Sentinel,  September 13, 2001.
Robertson, Jean.  "Feminism and Fiber,"  Surface Design,  Fall, 2001. pp. 39-46. 
Wylder, Viki D. Thompson.  "New Orleans Museum of Art-Judy Chicago: Trials and Tributes,"  Arts Quarterly,  vol. 23, no. 1, January/February/March, 2001.
"Painting a Revolution: A Talk with Judy Chicago on Art, Gender, Feminism, and Power,"  International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies,  vol. 7, no. 4, 2002. pp. 307-25. 
Danto, Arthur C.  "Books and the Arts: Judy Chicago,"  The Nation,  vol. 275, no. 18, 2002. p. 32. 
Levin, Gale.  "Learning to Appreciate Judy Chicago,"  Women in the Arts,  Fall, 2002. pp. 12-7. 
"Jewish Artists on the Edge,"  ARTnews,  April, 2002.
Cereceda, Miguel.  "El arte de comer,"  Lapiz XXII,  no. 189, 2002. p. 27. 
Cotter, Holland.  "Two Nods to Feminism, Long Snubbed by Curators,"  The New York Times,  October 11, 2002.
Culbertson, D.C.  "Chicago, Chicago (Judy, That Is),"  Gay Life Baltimore Gay Paper,  October 18, 2002.
Danto, Arthur C.  "The Feminine Mystique,"  The Nation,  November 25, 2002.
Disch, Thomas M.  "Revealing Women: Judy Chicago Returns to New York,"  The Weekly Standard,  October 21, 2002.
Giuliano, Mike.  "College Set A Place for Feminist Icon,"  Columbia Flyer,  October 10, 2002.
McGee, Celia.  "Feminist Food for Thought,"  Daily News,  September 19, 2002.
O'Sullivan, Michael.  "An Incomplete 'Chicago Loop',"  The Washington Post,  October 18, 2002.
Satorius, Katherine.  "Women's Work,"  Soma Magazine: Erotica Issue,  May/June, 2002.
Smith, Roberta.  "For a Paean to Heroic Women, a Place at History's Table,"  The New York Times,  September 20, 2002. p. E34. 
Sterling, Susan.  "Four Decades with Judy Chicago,"  National Museum of Women in the Arts,  vol. 20, Holiday, 2002.
Solomon, Deborah.  "Questions for Robert Indiana: Vital Signs,"  The Times,  December 1, 2002.
Vogel, Carol.  "Women at the Table,"  The New York Times,  May 3, 2002.
Welland, Sasha S.  "The Long March to Lugu Lake: A Dialogue with Judy Chicago,"  Yishu,  November, 2002. pp. 69-75. 
Wylder, Viki D. Thompson.  "A Distinct Feminist Process and Form At Home: A Kentucky Project,"  The Journal of Gender Issues in Art and Education,  no. 3, 2002/2003. pp. 79-90. 
Pearlman, Judith.  "Women's Work,"  Museum's Washington,  Fall/Winter, 2002/2003.
Koplos, Janet.  "Art & Politics II: "The Dinner Party" Revisited,"  Art in America,  vol. 91, no. 5, May, 2003. pp. 75, 77. 
Thompson, Margo.  "Finding the Phallus in Female Body Imagery,"  N.Paradoxa,  vol. 11, 2003. pp. 49-60. 
"Judy Chicago - Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation Donates 'Dinner Party' to Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York,"  Ceramics Monthly,  vol. 51, no. 1, 2003. p. 22. 
Morrison, Melissa.  "Profile, Judy Chicago Feminist Erotica,"  Shade,  October/November, 2003.
Salaff, Jennifer Cho.  "Visionaries further Arts Colony's cause: Program brings top artists to Pomona,"  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin,  September 21, 2003. pp. A1, A7. 
Vogel, Carol.  "A Brooklyn Home for Feminist Art,"  New York Times,  December 5, 2003. p. B40. 
"A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-1968,"  Sculpture,  May, 2004. p. 17. 
"Advocacy, Artwork Synonymous for Chicago,"  Moorenews,  Summer, 2004. p. 3. 
Allen, David.  "Envisioning the Future Art Before It Becomes Passe,"  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin,  January 10, 2004.
Archer, Michael.  "Minimalism: LA,"  Art Monthly,  June, 2004.
"Artist/Author to Speak on Judaism's Influence on Her Life and Art,"  The New Mexico Jewish Link,  November, 2004. p. 9. 
"Bare Essentials,"  LosAngeles,  June, 2004. pp. 192-4. 
Behrens, Ahn.  "JC Fondly Recalls Mentor in Latest Works,"  Waterfront Journal,  February 19, 2004. p. 11. 
Behrens, Ahn.  "Sexy, arty ideas abound for Valentine's Day,"  Everything New Jersey,  February 12, 2004.
"Black-box Theater,"  Artforum International,  vol. 42, no. 10, Summer, 2004. p. 194. 
Bois, Yve-Alain.  "Specific Objections: Yve-Alain Bois on Donald Judd in London and Minimalism in New York and Los Angeles,"  Artforum International,  vol. 42, Summer, 2004. pp. 196-203, 289. 
Brown, Betty.  "Judy Chicago's 'Envisioning the Future',"  Art Scene,  vol. 23, no. 6, February, 2004. pp. 18-9. 
Collins, Tom.  "The Apolitical Side of Chicago,"  Albuquerque Journal,  October 1, 2004. p. B8. 
Davis, Kathryn M.  "Judy Chicago: Minimalism, 1965-1973,"  THE Magazine,  November, 2004. p. 49. 
Dingmann, Tracy.  "Judy Chicago Opens Another Art Space in Belen,"  Albuquerque Journal,  June 6, 2004. p. F3. 
Dove, Amy.  "A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-68,"  Flash Art,  May/June, 2004. p. 78. 
Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter.  "A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-1968,"  ARTNews,  June, 2004. p. 119. 
Fischer, Zane.  "Garcia St. Books,"  Santa Fe Reporter,  February 4-10, 2004.
Fischer, Zane.  "What Feminist Content?,"  Santa Fe Reporter,  September 15-21, 2004. p. 51. 
Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy.  "First Degree: Minimalism at the Moment,"  ArtUS,  June-August, 2004. pp. 14-5. 
Godfrey, Mark.  "Dimensions Variable,"  Frieze,  June/July/August, 2004. pp. 116-121. 
Gopnick, Blake.  "Simple Gifts,"  Washington Post,  July 4, 2004. pp. N1, N6. 
Harvey, Doug.  "Next to Nothing: Less is More, More or Less,"  LA Weekly,  April 16-22, 2004. p. 44. 
Holmes, Kristin E.  "Feminism, Jewishness Inform Judy Chicago's Art,"  Philadelphia Inquirer,  October 10, 2004.
Indyke, Dottie.  "Chicago Style: LewAllen Exhibit Highlights the Artist's Early Sculptures and Drawings,"  Albuquerque Journal Venue North,  September 10, 2004. p. 4. 
Karmel, Pepe.  "The Year of Living Minimally,"  Art in America,  December, 2004. pp. 90-101. 
Kimmelman, Michael.  "How Not Much is a Whole World,"  New York Times Weekend Fine Arts/Leisure,  April 2, 2004. pp. E31, E33. 
Lacayo, Richard.  "Blunt Objects,"  Time,  May 24, 2004. pp. 75-6. 
Plagens, Peter.  "Georgia on Our Minds,"  Newsweek,  August 23, 2004. pp. 64-5. 
Schjeldahl, Peter.  "Bare Minimal,"  The New Yorker,  May 3, 2004. p. 108. 
Bellafante, Ginia.  "Facts of Life, For Their Eyes Only,"  New York Times,  June 5, 2005. Section 9, 1, 9. 
Bischoff, Dan.  "Feminist Postmodernism,"  The Star Ledger,  December 23, 2005. p. 33. 
Chicago, Judy.  "Giving Birth to the Birth Project,"  Valenica County News-Bulletin,  May 25, 2005. pp. C1-2. 
Egelman, Sarah Rachel.  "Artist's Jewish Identity Shaped Her Career,"  The New Mexico Jewish Link,  January, 2005. p. 15. 
Goddard, Peter.  "Southern Revival,"  Toronto Star,  January 29, 2005. pp. H1, H12. 
Granieri, Laurie.  "Postmodern Women Come to Rutgers,"  Home News Tribune,  December 15, 2005. p. E5. 
Jager, David.  "Vulva to Venus,"  NOW,  February 3-9, 2005. p. 71. 
Kalonick, Jillian.  "How Women Invented Postmodernism,"  Princeton Packet, TIMEOFF,  December 23, 2005. p. 5. 
Kingston, Anne.  "Feminist Art Icon or High Priestess of Feminist Kitsch,"  National Post,  February 12, 2005. p. WP3. 
Levin, Gail.  "Beyond the Pale: Jewish Identity, Radical Politics and Feminist Art in the United States,"  Journal of Modern Jewish Studies,  vol. 4, no. 2, July, 2005. pp. 205-32. 
Milroy, Sarah.  "Life After The Dinner Party,"  Globe and Mail,  February 12, 2005.
Mitchner, Stuart.  "Women Artists: Up To, Including, and Exceeding Their Limits,"  Town Topics, Princeton, NJ,  December 21, 2005. p. 11. 
Orr, Joey.  "The Last Taboo,"  PRIDE 05: the Official Magazine of Atlanta Pride,  2005. pp. 21-30. 
Pincus, Robert L.  "Best Bet,"  San Diego Union-Tribune,  January 28, 2005.
Rogerson, Stephanie.  "Graphic Feelings: Still Proud of the F-word (Feminism, That Is),"  XTRA!,  February 3, 2005. p. 28. 
Rosenbaum, Judith and Karla Goldman.  "Jewish Women Who Changed The World,"  Reform Judaism,  Winter, 2005. p. 38. 
Bynoe, Julian.  "Chicago Talk Witty & Wise,"  Outreach Connection,  no. 585, February 11-18, 2005. p. 6. 
Chrzanowski, R.A.C.  "A Dinner Party of Their Own: Tribute to Judy Chicago,"  Arts and Activities,  vol. 139, no. 1, 2006. pp. 20-1. 
Adams, Brooks.  "The School of L.A.,"  Art in America,  November, 2006. pp. 160-7. 
Cook-Romero, Elizabeth.  "Talk to the Hand,"  Pasatiempo,  November 3-9, 2006. pp. 40-2. 
Davis, Kathryn M.  "Chicago in Glass,"  Santa Fean,  vol. 34, no. 10, November, 2006. p. 48. 
Diana, Allyson.  "Feminist artist Judy Chicago visits Eastern Connecticut State University,"  The Broadcaster North,  April 7, 2006. p. 13. 
Frascina, Francis.  "We Dissent,"  Modern Painters,  November, 2006. pp. 80-5. 
Heimerl, Marlon.  "Shattering Boundaries,"  Santa Fe Reporter,  November 1-7, 2006. p. 27. 
Roberts, Kathaleen.  "What Lies Below,"  Albuquerque Journal Venue Santa Fe/North,  October 27, 2006. pp. S1-2. 
Steinhagen, Janice.  "Judy Chicago: From anger to a sense of hope and serenity,"  Chronicle,  April 27, 2006. pp. 11-2. 
Wrobel, Loretta.  "On Revisiting a Heroine,"  Neighbors,  May, 2006. p. 1. 
Wylder, Viki D. Thompson.  "A Contemporary Repository Judy Chicago's Kitty City: A Feline Book of Hours,"  Visual Culture & Gender,  vol. 1, 2006.
Genocchio, Benjamin.  "Maybe Not the First Postmodernists, but Who's Counting?,"  The New York Times,  January 8, 2006. p. 9. 
Pulkka, Wesley.  "Judy Chicago puts her hands out for all to see,"  Albuquerque Journal,  November 19, 2006. p. F5. 
Russel, Carol K.  "The Dinner Party Still Rocks,"  Fiberarts,  July, 2007. pp. 50-1. 
O'Neill-Butler, Lauren.  "Party Live,"  Bitch,  no. 35, Spring, 2007. pp. 36-41. 
Dixler, Elsa.  "A Place at the Table,"  The New York Times,  March 4, 2007. p. 22. 
Miller, Leigh Ann.  "The Year in Feminist Art,"  Art in America,  March, 2007.
Pogrebin, Robin.  "Ms. Chicago, Party of 39? Your Table’s Ready in Brooklyn,"  The New York Times,  February 1, 2007.
Camhi, Leslie.  "Breast Intentions,"  The Village Voice,  April 9, 2007.
Davis, Ben.  "White Walls, Glass Ceiling,"  artnet.com,  March 12, 2007.
Gopnik, Blake.  "What is Feminist Art?,"  The Washington Post,  April 22, 2007.
Hoban, Phoebe.  "We’re Finally Infiltrating,"  ARTnews,  February, 2007. pp. 108-113. 
Kort, Michele.  "Home at Last,"  Ms. Magazine,  Winter, 2007. pp. 44-8. 
Lacayo, Richard.  "What Women Have Done to Art,"  Time,  April 2, 2007. pp. 66-7. 
Ammann, Jean-Christophe.  "The impact female artists have had,"  UBS art banking news,  June, 2007. p. 2. 
Beckman, Rachel.  "Judy Chicago's 'Dinner Party' Still a Conversation Piece,"  Centre Daily Times,  April 27, 2007. p. B24. 
Caviness, Madeline H.  "Revisiting Vaginal Iconography,"  Quintana,  no. 6, 2007. pp. 30-7. 
Cheng, Scarlet.  "Judy Chicago's movable feast,"  Los Angeles Times,  March 25, 2007. p. F4. 
Haggo, Regina.  "Let's all give Judy Chicago a hand,"  The Hamilton Spectator,  October 2, 2007. p. Go 14. 
Hajela, Deepti.  "'Herstory': Feminist Art Finds a Home at Brooklyn Museum,"  Los Angeles Times,  April 2, 2007. p. E7. 
Hunter, Colin.  "Chicago Draws Out Girls,"  The Record,  September 8, 2007. pp. C1, C3. 
Jacobs, Alexandra.  "XX-Rated Art,"  ELLE,  March, 2007. pp. 430-3. 
"Judy Chicago pone el arte feminista en el siglo XXI,"  La Verdad,  October 17, 2007. p. 54. 
Lawson, Mark.  "A Portrait of Prejudice,"  The Guardian,  March 30, 2007.
Lippard, Lucy.  "No Regrets,"  Art in America,  June/July, 2007. pp. 75-9. 
Lovelace, Carey.  "Girls, Girls, Girls,"  Art in America,  June/July, 2007. pp. 88-93. 
Lovelace, Carey.  "The CalArts Program That Transformed Feminist Art,"  CaLARTS,  Summer/Fall, 2007. pp. 4-6. 
Pulkka, Wesley.  "Chicago Rules – A New Mexico artist devotes her life to shattering assumptions and stereotypes,"  Santa Fe Trend,  vol. 7, issue 2, Fall, 2006/Winter, 2007. pp. 138-43. 
Zimmer, Amy.  "A Place at the Table,"  Metro,  March 23-25, 2007. p. 2. 
Miles, Christopher.  "A Table Has Been Set,"  Los Angeles Times,  April 6, 2007. pp. E27-8. 
Muchnic, Suzanne.  "The Next Big Thing,"  Los Angeles Times,  March 4, 2007. pp. F1, F14. 
Princenthal, Nancy.  "Feminism Unbound,"  Art in America,  June/July, 2007. pp. 142-53. 
Schjeldahl, Peter.  "Women's Work,"  The New Yorker,  April 9, 2007. pp. 73-4. 
Smith, Roberta.  "They Are Artists Who Are Women; Hear Them Roar,"  The New York Times,  March 23, 2007. pp. E27, E35. 
Swanson, Stevenson.  "A toast to 'The Dinner Party',"  Chicago Tribune,  March 23, 2007.
Keifer-Boyd, Karen.  "From Content to Form: Judy Chicago's Pedagogy with Reflections by Judy Chicago,"  Studies in Art Education,  vol. 48, no. 2, Winter, 2007. pp. 134-54. 
"1000 artworks to see before you die","  The Guardian,  October 27, 2008. pp. 3, 22. 
Bui, Phong.  "That Being Said Judy Chicago,"  P.S.1 Newspaper Special Edition,  Winter/Spring, 2008. p. 2. 
Eagan, Matt.  "Art Of and By Women,"  The Hartford Courant,  March 10, 2008. pp. D1-D2. 
Jones, Amelia.  "1970/2007: The Return of Feminist Art,"  X-TRA,  vol. 10, no. 4, Summer, 2008. pp. 4-18. 
Longchamps, Denis.  "Chicago in Glass, sculptures and installations by Judy Chicago,"  Espace Sculpture,  June, 2008. pp. 39-41. 
Adair-Hodges,  "What's a Feminist Like You Doing in a Place Like This? Judy Chicago's Belen vs. The Hometown I Narrowly Missed,"  Weekly Alibi,  May 21-27, 2009. pp. 20-2. 
Karich, Swantje (Trans. Anne Hatzius, October 3, 2009).  "Feminism as Parodistic Art,"  Frankfurter allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ),  July 20, 2009.
Mary-Beth, Laviolette.  "Woman's Work,"  Gallerieswest,  Fall/Winter, 2009. pp. 7, 16, 48-53. 
Levin, Gail.  "Chi ha paura di Judy Chicago?,"  Le Voci della Luna,  no. 43, March, 2009. pp. 12-5. 
Molyneux, Jaelyn.  "Stitching Together History,"  Avenue (City, Life, Style Calgary),  September, 2009. pp. 30, 35. 
Moore, Jacquie.  "Judy with a 'V',"  Swerve: Calgary Inside & Out,  September 4, 2009. pp. 12, 22-7, 48-9. 
Oakes, Julie.  "When Women Rule the World: Judy Chicago in Thread,"  Vie des Arts,  no. 214, Spring, 2009. pp. 11, 17. 
Palomo, Anna.  "Maternitat | Art Contemporani,"  Art | Maternitat,  no. 39, April, 2009. p. 84. 
"Top 200 Artists of the 20th Century to Now,"  The Times,  February 19, 2009.
Yerman, Marcia G.  "Who Owns Feminist Art History,"  Huffington Post,  April 7, 2009.
Smith, Quincy.  "Using her Head: Renowned Artist Uses Local Woman as Model for Art,"  Corpus Christi Caller-Times,  March 26, 2010.
Levy, Ariel.  "Party Girl,"  The New Yorker,  August 9, 2010.
Goldman, Edward.  "Great Art Books to Give This Holiday Season,"  The Huffington Post,  December 1, 2010.
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