Volume 22, Number 2, Summer 2010

Table of Contents

Subjects of law, Agents of History

From Cloister to Court: Nuns and the Gendered Culture of Disputing in Early Modern France

pp. 11-33
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Hers by Right: Gendered Legal Assumptions and Women's Property in the Medieval Crown of Aragon

pp. 34-55
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"A Black Girl Should Not be With a White Man": Sex, Race, and African Women's Social and Legal Status in Colonial Gabon, c. 1900–1946

pp. 56-82
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Lavender, Menaced: Lesbianism, Obscenity Law, and the Feminist Antipornography Movement

pp. 83-107
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Colonizing Women's Bodies: Population Policies and Nationhood in Eighteenth-Century Sweden

pp. 108-132
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Roundtable: Teaching the History of Women and Gender with Legal Sources

Introduction

pp. 133-135
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"… and say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty": Teaching about Islam, Gender, and the Law

pp. 136-140
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Teaching about Chinese Women's History using Legal Sources

pp. 141-143
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A Case for Legal Records in Women's and Gender History

pp. 144-148
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Finding Korean Women's Voices in Legal Archives

pp. 149-152
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Legal and Liberal Subjects: Women's Crimes in Early Colonial India

pp. 153-156
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A Teachable Moment with Legal Sources: Marriage Matters and Unruly African American Women

pp. 157-161
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Productive Confusion: Using a Quasi-Legal Source in a Women's History Classroom

pp. 162-165
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Beyond "Choice": Roe v. Wade as U. S. Constitutional History

pp. 166-170
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Entrepreneur Brownie Wise: Selling Tupperware to America's Women in the 1950s

pp. 171-180
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Book Reviews

Early Modern Queens Revived and Revised

pp. 181-190
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The Single Woman: Social Problem or Social Solution?

pp. 191-202
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Agency and Patronage of Muslim Women

pp. 203-211
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 212-215
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Notice to Contributors

Notice To Contributors

pp. 216-218
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 219-220
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