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  Volume 18, Number 1, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editors' Note

pp. 7-10
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Articles

Beyond the Americas: Are Gender and Sexuality Useful Categories of Analysis?

pp. 11-21
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Inventing the "Mulher Paulista": Politics, Rebellion, and the Gendering of Brazilian Regional Identities

pp. 22-49
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"Long Live Our Honest Girls": The Image of Women in Slovene Anti-Communist Propaganda 1942-1945

pp. 50-76
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The Difficulties of Despair: Dan Di and Chinese Literary Production in Manchukuo

pp. 77-100
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Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Virtuous Mother: Argentina, 1852-1910

pp. 101-120
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History Practice: Conditions of Work for Women Historians in the Twenty-First Century

Risking Our Dreams

pp. 121-132
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No Bubble: Contemporary Lives in the African Academy

pp. 133-136
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Indian Women in the History Profession: An Ambiguous Legacy

pp. 137-140
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Towards a More Humane Academy? Some Observations from a Canadian Feminist Historian

pp. 141-146
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More Shadow than Light: Teaching at the University of Buenos Aires

pp. 147-149
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Industrial or Craft Organizing?

pp. 150-153
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Conditions of Work for Women Historians in the Twenty-First Century: A Response

pp. 154-157
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Embracing Equity: Discussing Inequity

pp. 158-162
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A History Profession for Every Body

pp. 163-167
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The Balancing Act: Work, Family, and the Need for Institutional Change in the Academy

pp. 168-171
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That's Us: Women's History and Academic Careers

pp. 172-176
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The Status of Women Faculty: A View from Japan

pp. 177-180
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Book Forum: Morality Tales by Leslie Peirce

Looking for the Universal in the Local: Morality Tales from the Western End of the Mediterranean

pp. 181-185
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Morality Tales : A Medieval Inheritance

pp. 186-191
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Between West and South: Asianist Women's History and Islam

pp. 192-196
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Response

pp. 197-202
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Book Reviews

Middle Eastern Modernities: Women, Gender, and Nation in Lebanon and Palestine

pp. 203-211
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The Role of Gender in Racial Colonization and in Displacement

pp. 212-218
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Constructing Families, Creating Mothers: Gender, Family, State and Nation in the History of Child Adoption

pp. 219-232
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 233-237
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 240-242
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Acknowledgement to Reviewers

Acknowledgement to Reviewers

pp. 243-244
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Research Areas

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