Volume 19, Number 2, Summer 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editors' Note

pp. 7-9
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Policing the Monopolizing Women of Early Modern Nantes

pp. 10-35
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The "Other" Culture: Craft Societies and Widow Remarriage in Early Modern India

pp. 36-58
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African Women and White Sisters at the Karema Mission Station, 1894-1920

pp. 59-84
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A "Christian Solution of the Labor Situation": How Workingwomen Reshaped the YWCA's Religious Mission and Politics

pp. 85-110
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"We are neither male nor female Democrats": Gender Difference and Women's Integration within the Democratic Party

pp. 111-137
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Roundtable

The History of Women and Slavery: Considering the Impact of Ar'n't I a Woman? Female Slaves in the Plantation South on the Twentieth Anniversary of Its Publication: Introduction

p. 138
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Teaching Ar'n't I a Woman?

pp. 139-145
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Ar'n't I a Woman? in the Vanguard of the History of Race and Sex in the United States

pp. 146-150
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Ar'n't I a Woman?, Gender, and Slavery Studies

pp. 151-155
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Ar'n't I a Woman? Native Americans, Gender, and Slavery

pp. 156-160
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More History Than Myth: African American Women's History Since the Publication of Ar'n't I a Woman?

pp. 161-167
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Afterword: A Response

pp. 168-169
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Book Reviews

Virgins for Sale

pp. 170-177
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Space, Order, and Resistance: Recent Writings on Women and Space in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

pp. 178-183
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Traces of Power: Recent Books on Women in Antiquity

pp. 184-192
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A Renaissance for Renaissance Women?

pp. 193-201
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Education for Liberation: Race, Class, Gender, and the History of Education

pp. 202-209
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 210-213
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 216-218
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