See studies by K. U. Henderson (1981), E. G. Friedman, ed. (1984), M. R. Winchell (rev. ed. 1989), and S. Felton, ed. (1994).
See studies by J. T. Soby (1959), U. Apolonio (tr. 1969), and R. Penrose (1971).
See her autobiographies (1962 and 1972) and study by L. J. Quirk (1970).
See K. Kertess, Joan Mitchell (1997); J. Livingston et al., The Paintings of Joan Mitchell (2002).
See her autobiography, Daybreak (1968), and her memoir, And a Voice to Sing With (1987).
Joan received the County of Chartres from her father during his life; she later sold these lands to Philip IV of France in 1291. She ceded the lordship of Avesnes to her cousin Hugh before her death. When she died in 1292 the other titles were left to him, too.