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  Volume 20, Number 2, Summer 2008

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editors’ Note

pp. 7-9
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Economies of Desire

The Female Indian Killer Memorialized: Hannah Duston and the Nineteenth–Century Feminization of American Violence

pp. 10-33
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"One White Man I Like Very Much”: Intermarriage and the Cultural Encounter in Southern New Zealand, 1829–1850

pp. 34-56
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“All Intent on Seeing the White Woman Married to the Red Man”: The Parker/Sackett Affair and the Public Spectacle of Intermarriage

pp. 57-85
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Becoming San Antonio’s Own: Reinventing “Rosita”

pp. 86-105
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Distorting the Picture: Gender, Ethnicity, and Desire in a Mexican Telenovela (El vuelo del águila)

pp. 106-129
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Book Forum: History Matters by Judith M. Bennett

Book Forum: History Matters by Judith M. Bennett

pp. 130-154
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Feminism, Patriarchy, and African Women’s History

pp. 130-135
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Revisiting Patriarchy

pp. 136-140
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Premodern History: An Endangered Feminist Species?

pp. 141-144
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Some History Matters: Revisiting the Golden Age of Women’s History

pp. 145-150
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Response: Re–reading History Matters

pp. 151-154
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Book Reviews

Race, Gender, and the Elusive Child

pp. 155-164
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Power and Gender in Recent Native American Histories

pp. 165-173
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“Insignificant” Lives, Significant Writing

pp. 174-182
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Childhood in History, Literature, and Law: Confronting Authority, Illegitimacy, Myth, and Rights

pp. 183-191
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 192-194
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Announcements

Announcements

p. 197
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Research Areas

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