restricted access   Volume 19, Number 3, Fall 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editors' Note

pp. 7-9
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Women and Work

Women's Work in Family, Village, and Town after 1000 CE: Contributions to Economic Growth?

pp. 10-32
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What Jane Knew: A Woman Botanist in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 33-59
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Pride and Prejudice in the Professions: Women Doctors and Lawyers in Third Republic France

pp. 60-86
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Women at Work: Chinese Brothel Keepers in Nineteenth-Century Hong Kong

pp. 87-111
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Nurses--and Wives and Mothers: Women and the Latter-day Saints Training School's Class of 1919

pp. 112-136
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"The Intervention of a Friendly Power": The Transnational Migration of Women's Work and 1898 Imperial Imagination

pp. 137-160
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The Emergence of Organized Feminist Resistance to Sexual Harassment in the United States in the 1970s

pp. 161-184
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Book Reviews

Founding Mothers, Myths, and a Martyr

pp. 185-194
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Discourse, Agency, and Empire: Texts and Contexts

pp. 195-204
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The Pleasures (and Dangers) Of Biography

pp. 205-212
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For Better or For Worse: Marriage across Boundaries

pp. 213-221
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Beyond "Déjà Vu All Over Again?" Women's Work in the Global Economy

pp. 222-231
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 232-234
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Announcements

Announcements

p. 237
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