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  Volume 4, Number 3, Winter 1993

Table of Contents

Editors' Note and Acknowledgments: Afrocentrism and Feminism: Is There a Connection?

pp. 6-8
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Articles

Traders and Urban Struggle: Ideology and the Creation of a Militant Female Underclass in Nairobi, 1960-1990

pp. 9-42
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Refusing to Travel La Via Chilena: Working-Class Women in Allende's Chile

pp. 43-63
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Black Women Activists and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee: The Case of Ruby Doris Smith Robinson

pp. 64-82
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Dialogue

Martin Bernal's Black Athena

p. 83
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Comment: The Debate Over Black Athena

pp. 84-89
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Comment

pp. 90-94
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Comment

pp. 95-105
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Comment: Revitalizing and Old Argument: Black Athena and Black History

pp. 106-113
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Comment: Martin Bernal's Black Athena

pp. 114-118
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Response

pp. 119-135
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Trends in Women's History and Feminism

Gender and Employment Challenges of the Nineties

p. 136
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Looking Forward/Looking Back

pp. 137-140
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Institutional and Demographic Frameworks for Affirmative Action in the 1990s

pp. 141-146
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Balancing Work and Family in the Historical Profession

pp. 147-151
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"Rich Tokens": The Recruitment and Retention of Women-of-Color Historians

pp. 152-156
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The Gendered Dimensions of "Success"

pp. 157-160
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Discussion

p. 161
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Book Reviews

Beyond Dichotomy: Recent Books in North American Women's Labor History

pp. 162-179
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New Developments in German Women's History

pp. 180-189
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Recent Historical Scholarship on Japanese Women

pp. 190-198
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Abstracts of Books

Abstracts of Books

pp. 199-217
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Bibliography

African-American Women

pp. 218-235
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Native American Women

pp. 235-240
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 241-243
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Notice to Contributors

Notice to Contributors

pp. 244-245
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 246-249
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Research Areas

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