restricted access   Volume 9, Number 1, Spring 1997

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. 6-8
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Articles

"Sweet Dreams of Freedom": Freedwomen's Reconstruction of Life and Labor in Lowcountry South Carolina

pp. 9-38
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Memory and the Cult of Revolution in the 1871 Paris Commune

pp. 39-57
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The Memory of Violence: Soviet and East European Mennonite Refugees and Rape in the Second World War

pp. 58-87
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"Bible, Bath, and Broom": Nannie Helen Burroughs's National Training School and African-American Racial Uplift

pp. 88-110
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Biography's Window on Social Change: Benevolence and Justice in Jane Addams's "A Modern Lear"

pp. 111-138
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Getting to the Source

Striking Lives: Oral History and the Politics of Memory

pp. 139-157
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Confronting Class: Comment on Honig

pp. 158-163
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Review Essays

The Ambivalence of Agency: Women, Families, and Social Policy in France, Britain, and the United States

pp. 164-173
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From Casa to Calle: Latin American Women Transforming Patriarchal Spaces

pp. 174-191
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Victorian Women and the Gendering of Culture

pp. 192-202
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Education of Women in the United States South

pp. 203-211
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Abstracts of Books

Abstracts

pp. 212-224
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 225-226
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Notice to Contributors

Notice to Contributors

pp. 227-228
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 229-231
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