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  Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editor's Note

pp. 6-7
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Articles

No Color Line at Loretto Academy: Catholic Sisters and African Americans on Chicago's East Side

pp. 8-33
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Women Coffee Sorters Confront the Mill Owners and the Veracruz Revolutionary State, 1915-1918

pp. 34-63
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The Rural Batrachka (Hired Agricultural Laborer) and the Soviet Campaign to Unionize Her

pp. 64-93
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Public Words and Body Politics: Reflections on the Strategies of Women Poets in Rural Yemen

pp. 94-122
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Going Against the Grain: Hobbes's Case for Original Maternal Dominion

pp. 123-155
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Women's History in the New Millennium: A Retrospective Analysis of Barbara Welter's "The Cult of True Womanhood, 1820-1860"

Women's History in the New Millennium: A Retrospective Analysis of Barbara Welter's "The Cult of True Womanhood, 1820-1860"

p. 149
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True Womanhood Revisited

pp. 150-155
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Taking the True Woman Hostage

pp. 156-162
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Gendering Religion

pp. 163-169
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True Womanhood in Latin America

pp. 170-173
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Book Reviews

Sex, Race, Gender and Power: Southern Rhodesia and the American South

pp. 174-182
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Gender and Medicine: Blurring the Boundaries of Tradition

pp. 183-194
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Gender and the Americanization of Judaism

pp. 195-197
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Interpreting Marital Status as a Political and Cultural Marker in Mid-Twentieth-Century Germany

pp. 198-201
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Dissertations in Women's History

Dissertations in Women's History

pp. 202-208
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Contributors

pp. 223-225
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Research Areas

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