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Athanassoglou, Nina. “Blemished Physiologies: Delacroix, Paganini, and the Cholera Epidemic of 1832.” The Art Bulletin 83, no. 4 (Dec. 2001): 686-710.
Medicine
Keywords: cholera | Eugène Delacroix | medicine | Niccolo Paganini | visual arts--19th C
  
Cassells, Caroline Irene. Le Violon de Delacroix: Musicality and Modernist Aesthetics. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Virginia, 2004.
Social Sciences
Keywords: aesthetics | culture studies | Eugène Delacroix | harmony | identity | mathematics | music | pedagogy | physical & mathematical sciences | Plato | social sciences | theory
  
Chu, Petra ten-Doesschate. “'A Science and an Art at Once': Delacroix's Pictorial Theory and Practice.” In Wright (Collections), pp. 88-107. [2001]
Physical & Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: color | Eugène Delacroix | physical and mathematical sciences | visual arts--general
  
Ewen, Frederic. Heroic Imagination: The Creative Genius of Europe from Waterloo (1815) to the Revolution of 1848. York: New York University Press, 2004.
Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
Keywords: Alexander Pushkin | and Johann Wolfgang vonGoethe | creativity | culture studies | Eugène Delacroix | Francisco Goya | genius | George Gordon Byron | Honore de Balzac | literature—19th C | Ludwig van Beethoven | Marie-Henri Beyle [Stendhal] | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | Victor Hugo
  
Grigsby, Darcy Grimaldo. “Orients and Colonies: Delacroix's Algerian Harem.” In Wright (Collections), pp. 69-87. [2001]
Exploration Discovery & Travel
Keywords: colonialism | Eugène Delacroix | exploration discovery & travel
  
Nochlin, Linda. “The Imaginary Orient.” In Pinder (Collections): pp. 69-86. [2002]
Social Sciences
Keywords: Eduoard Manet | Eugène Delacroix | orientalism | race studies | social sciences | visual arts—19th C