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  Volume 20, Number 1, Spring 2008

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editors' Note

pp. 8-13
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Twentieth Anniversary Editors' Forum

The Journal of Women's History: Forerunner of the Future

pp. 14-18
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Agency and Collective Action vs. Diversity and Difference

pp. 19-25
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Women's History as Intellectual History: A Perspective on the Journal of Women's History

pp. 26-32
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At the Turn of the Millennium

pp. 33-38
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Women and the Politics of Struggle

Choosing to Be a Subject: Loyalist Women in the Revolutionary Atlantic World

pp. 39-62
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"A Mob of Women" Confront Post-Colonial Republican Politics: How Class, Race, and Partisan Ideology Affected Gendered Political Space in Nineteenth-Century Southwestern Colombia

pp. 63-89
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Engendering the Black Freedom Struggle: Revolutionary Black Womanhood and the Black Panther Party in the Bay Area, California

pp. 90-113
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"Oficius de su raza y sexo" (Occupation Appropriate to Her Race and Sex): Mayan Women and Expanding Gender Identities in Twentieth-Century Guatemala

pp. 114-148
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History Practice: Finding Women in the Archive

Finding Women in the Archive: Introduction

pp. 149-150
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Finding Fatima, a Slave Woman of Early Modern Spain

pp. 151-167
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"Researching Around Our Subjects": Excavating Radical Women

pp. 168-186
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Women in the Documents: Thoughts on Uncovering the Personal, Political, and Professional

pp. 187-196
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Krishnobhabini Das's Englande Bangamohila: An Archive of Early Thoughts on Bengali Women's Nationalism and Feminism

pp. 197-216
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Book Forum: The Question of Women in Chinese Feminism by Tani E. Barlow

Parsing the Woman Question, Rethinking Feminist History

pp. 217-220
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A Genealogy of "Woman"

pp. 221-226
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How Tani Barlow Answers The Question of Women in Chinese Feminism

pp. 227-230
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Response

pp. 231-236
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Book Reviews

Women, the Public Sphere, and Middle-Class Culture

pp. 237-246
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Prostitutes, Runaway Wives, Working Women, Charity Girls, Courting Couples, Spitting Women, Boastful Husbands, Pimps, and Johns

pp. 247-257
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 258-262
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Announcements

Announcements

p. 265
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Research Areas

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