1. Editors' Note
  2. Jean Marie Allman, Antoinette M. Burton
  3. pp. 8-9
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  1. The Culture of Consumption Reconsidered: Essays in Tribute to Susan Porter Benson
  2. Susan Levine
  3. pp. 10-16
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  1. What Goes 'Round Comes 'Round: Secondhand Clothing, Furniture, and Tools in Working-Class Lives in the Interwar United States
  2. Susan Porter Benson
  3. pp. 17-31
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  1. "The Rest Can Go to the Devil": Macy's Workers Negotiate Gender, Sex, and Class in the Progressive Era
  2. Val Marie Johnson
  3. pp. 32-57
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  1. Negotiating Paternalism: Women and Canada's Largest Department Stores, 1890-1960
  2. Donica Belisle
  3. pp. 58-81
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  1. Clothing Stories: Consumption, Identity, and Desire in Depression-Era Toronto
  2. Katrina Srigley
  3. pp. 82-104
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  1. "Phony Mothers" and Border-Crossing Adoptions: The Montreal-to-New York Black Market in Babies in the 1950s
  2. Karen Balcom
  3. pp. 107-116
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  1. Nationalism, Subalternity, and the Adopted Koreans
  2. Tobias Hübinette
  3. pp. 117-122
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  1. China's Abandoned Children and Transnational Adoption: Issues and Problems for U.S.-China Relations, Adoption Agencies, and Adoptive Parents
  2. Anita M. Andrew
  3. pp. 123-131
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  1. The Littlest Immigrants: Cross-Border Adoption in the Americas, Policy, and Women's History
  2. Anne Collinson
  3. pp. 132-141
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  1. Babies Without Borders: Rescue, Kidnap, and the Symbolic Child
  2. Karen Dubinsky
  3. pp. 142-150
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  1. A Rich and Adventurous Journey: The Transnational Journey of Gender History in the United States
  2. Alice Kessler-Harris
  3. pp. 153-159
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  1. The State of Women's and Gender History in Eastern Europe: The Case of Hungary
  2. Andrea Pető, Judith Szapor
  3. pp. 160-166
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  1. Writing Women's and Gender History in France: A National Narrative?
  2. Françoise Thébaud
  3. pp. 167-172
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  1. Turkish Women in Academia: Problems of Legitimacy in Trans/National Perspective
  2. Arzu Öztürkmen
  3. pp. 173-179
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  1. Nationalist Historiography, Feminist Scholarship, and the Promise and Problems of New Transnational Histories: The Australian Case
  2. Marilyn Lake
  3. pp. 180-186
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  1. Same Language, Different Academic Cultures: Working Across the Trans-Atlantic Divide
  2. Susan R. Grayzel
  3. pp. 187-192
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  1. From the Margins to the Mainstream? Women's and Gender History in Germany
  2. Karen Hagemann
  3. pp. 193-199
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  1. Imagined Communities: Women's History and the History of Gender in Mexico
  2. María Teresa Fernández-Aceves
  3. pp. 200-205
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  1. Gendering Trans/National Historiographies: Feminists Rewriting Canadian History
  2. Franca Iacovetta
  3. pp. 206-213
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  1. Deviance Gendered, Criminology Exposed
  2. Dawn Rae Flood
  3. pp. 214-223
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  1. Identity, Nation, and Revolution in Latin America
  2. Lee Joan Skinner
  3. pp. 224-233
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  1. Gender, Race, Culture, and the Mythic American Frontier
  2. Kim Warren
  3. pp. 234-241
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  1. Bodies that Deviate: From the Anomalous to the Wayward in Recent Studies of Race, Gender, and Nation
  2. Elizabeth A. Bohls
  3. pp. 242-247
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  1. Announcements
  2. pp. 256-257
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  1. Babies Across Borders: Problems for Women's History in the Study of Transborder Adoption: Introduction
  2. pp. 105-106
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  1. Gendering Trans/National Historiographies: Similarities and Differences in Comparison: Introduction
  2. Karen Hagemann, María Teresa Fernández-Aceves
  3. pp. 151-152
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 248-253
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