Volume 21, Number 3, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

pp. 7-12
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The Disappearing of Hannah Kudjoe: Nationalism, Feminism, and the Tyrannies of History

pp. 13-35
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"Take off that streetwalker's dress": Concha Michel and the Cultural Politics of Gender in Postrevolutionary Mexico

pp. 36-59
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Women, Gender, and Politics in the New Deal Government: Josephine Roche and the Federal Security Agency

pp. 60-83
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Trauma and Testimony in Black Women's Civil Rights Memoirs: The Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Women Who Started It, Warriors Don't Cry, and From the Mississippi Delta

pp. 84-107
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"I only wish I had a home on this globe": Transnational Biography and Dr. Mary Eddy

pp. 108-130
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Book Forum: Mrs Woolf and the Servants by Alison Light

Questioning Dependence

pp. 131-134
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Literary Biography from Below Stairs

pp. 135-139
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Hewers of Words and Drawers of Water

pp. 140-143
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The Empire and Its Other Servants

pp. 144-148
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Response

pp. 149-152
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Book Reviews

Medieval Holy Women: Intersections of Sanctity and Power

pp. 153-160
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Female Criminality in the British Courts from the Middle Ages to the Nineteenth Century

pp. 161-169
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House, Home, and Gender in Modern Japan

pp. 170-179
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Sewing and Exploiting the American Dream

pp. 180-187
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Reviving the History, Revising the Historiography of Female Media Pioneers

pp. 188-203
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 204-207
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Announcements

Announcements

p. 210
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