Volume 2, Number 3, Winter 1991

Table of Contents

Articles

The Education of Women in the Islamic Republic of Iran

pp. 6-38
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The Rise or Fall of Iroquois Women

pp. 39-57
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Theoretical and Methodological Dialogue on the Writing of Women's History

History and Theory

Critical Theory and the History of Women: What's At Stake in Deconstructing Women's History

pp. 58-68
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Domesticity as the Dangerous Supplement of Liberalism

pp. 69-88
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Comment

Telling Tales: Historians of Our Own Lives

pp. 89-101
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A Feminist Scholarship You Can Bring Home to Dad?

pp. 102-108
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Documents

Why Did Suffragettes Attack Works of Art?

pp. 109-125
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Book Reviews

A Prize-Winning Book Revisited

pp. 126-134
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Beirut Personified

pp. 135-138
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Lives of Lesbians and Gay Men in England and the United States

pp. 139-142
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Notices and Abstracts of Books

A German Collection of Non-European Women's History

pp. 143-144
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A History of the Coordinating Committee of Women in the Historical Profession—Conference Group on Women's History

pp. 145-146
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Topical Bibliography

Theory

pp. 147-165
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Woman's Suffrage

pp. 165-173
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 174-175
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Notice to Contributors

Notice to Contributors

pp. 176-177
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