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  Volume 14, Number 2, Summer 2002

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editor's Note

pp. 7-8

Dissertations in Women's History

pp. 191-195

Abstracts of Books

pp. 196-210


Peace as a Human Right: The Invasion of Women into the World of High International Politics

pp. 9-25

The Status of Pleasure: Courtesan and Literati Connections in T'ang China (618-907)

pp. 26-53

Dialogue: Pauli Murray's Notable Connections

Pauli Murray's Notable Connections

pp. 54-57

"To Write Like Never Before": Pauli Murray's Enduring Yearning

pp. 58-61

Admitting Pauli Murray

pp. 62-67

The Conjunction of Race and Gender

pp. 68-73

Pauli Murray and the 'Juncture of Women's Liberation and Black Liberation'

pp. 74-77

Pauli Murray: The Brandeis Years

pp. 78-82

Pauli Murray: The Unasked Question

pp. 83-87

Dialogue: Agents for Social Change

Agents of Social Change: Celebrating Women's Progressive Activism Across the Twentieth Century

pp. 88-89

"I Was Appalled": The Invisible Antecedents of Second-Wave Feminism

pp. 90-101

Social Movements, Leadership, and Democracy: Toward More Utopian Mistakes

pp. 102-117

The Successes and Failures of Feminism

pp. 118-125

Dorothy Kenyon: Feminist Organizing, 1919-1963

pp. 126-131

Jessie Lloyd O'Connor and Mary Metlay Kaufman: Professional Women Fighting for Social Justice

pp. 132-135

Using the Law for Social Change: Judge Constance Baker Motley

pp. 136-139

On Grassroots Organizing, Poor Women's Movements, and the Intellectual as Activist

pp. 140-142

Frances Fox Piven and the National Congress of Neighborhood Women: Grasroots Organizing

pp. 143-147

Persistence and Transformation: Gloria Steinem, the Women's Action Alliance, and the Feminist Movement, 1971-1997

pp. 148-150

Outrageous and Everyday: The Papers of Gloria Steinem

pp. 151-153

Tracking the Women's Movement through the Women's Action Alliance

pp. 154-156

The Future of Women's History

The Future of Women's History

p. 157

Pioneers of Production: Women Industrial Workers in World War II

pp. 158-161

Book Reviews

Women in War Stories

pp. 162-171

Feminist Modernism and National Tradition: Britain, the United States, Hungary, India

pp. 172-181

Public and Private Rule: The Wife and the Citizen

pp. 182-190


pp. 211-215

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