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  Volume 10, Number 3, Autumn 1998

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

pp. 6-8
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Articles

Mapping Racial Boundaries: Gender, Race, and Poor Relief in Barbadian Plantation Society

pp. 9-31
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Valuing Care: Turn-of-the-Century Conflicts between Charity Workers and Women Clients

pp. 32-52
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Federal Expansion, Fertility Control, and Physicians in the United States: The Politics of Maternal Welfare in the Interwar Years

pp. 53-73
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Women, Audience, and Public Acts in Medieval Flanders

pp. 74-96
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Eugenics, Spirituality, and Sex Differentiation in Edwardian England: The Case of Frances Swiney

pp. 97-117
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From Concubines to Capitalists: Women, Property, and Power in Eighteenth-Century Cairo

pp. 118-140
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Getting to the Source

Hetty Shepard, Dorothy Dudley, and Other Fictional Colonial Women I Have Come to Know Altogether Too Well

pp. 141-154
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An Archival Resource: INS Case Files on Chinese Women in the American Midwest

pp. 155-170
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Review Essays

Only Questions to Offer

pp. 171-180
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Stigma, Pleasures, and Dutiful Daughters

pp. 181-191
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From Goddesses to Anabaptists: Christian and Pagan Women in Premodern Europe

pp. 192-203
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States of Secrecy: Women's Crimes and the Practices of Everyday Life

pp. 204-214
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Abstracts of Books

Abstracts of Books

pp. 215-234
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 235-236
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Notice to Contributors

Notice to Contributors

pp. 237-238
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 239-240
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Research Areas

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