Volume 20, Number 3, Fall 2008

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editors’ Note

pp. 7-9
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Bodies, Beauty Cultures, and Self–Making

“The Beautifying Part of Physic”: Women’s Cosmetic Practices in Early Modern England

pp. 10-33
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Female Self–Making in Mid–Nineteenth–Century America

pp. 34-59
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“Independent Livings” or “No Bed Of Roses”?: How Race and Class Shaped Beauty Culture as an Occupation for African American Women from the 1920s to the 1960s

pp. 60-83
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Nineteenth–Century Gymnastics for U.S. Women and Incorporations of Buoyancy: Contouring Femininity, Shaping Sex, and Regulating Middle–Class Consumption

pp. 84-112
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Feminine Modernity in Interwar Britain and North America: Corsets, Cars, and Cigarettes

pp. 113-143
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History Practice: Using Cartoons to Teach the Suffrage Campaign in European History

Should Women Vote?

pp. 144-165
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Book Reviews

Colonial Encounters, Body Politics, and Flows of Desire

pp. 166-180
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The Body Politic and the Politics of the Body

pp. 181-187
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The Gendered Social Politics of Health Issues

pp. 188-196
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Finding Contradictions in French Women’s History

pp. 197-205
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Pens, Petticoats, and Revolutionaries: Women and the Power of the Press

pp. 206-218
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 219-223
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Announcements

Announcements

p. 226
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