1. Editors' Note
  2. Jean Allman, Antionette Burton
  3. pp. 9-14
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  1. Politics, Patriotism, and Women in Ireland, Britain and Colonial America, c.1700–1780
  2. Mary O'Dowd
  3. pp. 15-38
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  1. The Rights of a Florida Wife: Slavery, U.S. Expansion, and Married Women's Property Law
  2. Laurel A. Clark
  3. pp. 39-63
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  1. The "Cradle of Glass": Incubators for Infants in Late Nineteenth-Century France
  2. Gina Greene
  3. pp. 64-89
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  1. Being Modern on a Slender Income: "Picture Show" and "Photoplayer" in early 1920s Sydney
  2. Kirsten McKenzie
  3. pp. 114-136
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  1. Pink Truck Ads: Second-Wave Feminism and Gendered Marketing
  2. Ella Howard
  3. pp. 137-161
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  1. Artful Narration: Puerto Rican Women Return Migrants' Life Stories
  2. Eileen J. Findlay
  3. pp. 162-184
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  1. Being Held Accountable: On the Necessity of Intersectionality
  2. Jennifer Ho
  3. pp. 190-196
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  1. On Mommyblogging: Notes to a Future Feminist Historian
  2. May Friedman
  3. pp. 197-208
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  1. The Madwoman with a Laptop: Notes Toward a Literary Prehistory of Academic Fem Blogging
  2. Marilee Lindemann
  3. pp. 209-219
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  1. We're all cowgirls now
  2. Ann M. Little
  3. pp. 220-234
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  1. Reflections on Feminism, Blogging, and the Historical Profession
  2. Rachel Leow
  3. pp. 235-243
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  1. Re-Orienting South Asia Studies: Sri Lanka, Gender, and World History
  2. Shefali Chandra
  3. pp. 248-252
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  1. Race-Mixing, Radicalism, and Reimaginating the Nation
  2. Hilary Jones
  3. pp. 253-256
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  1. Naming the Subject: Recovering "Euro-Asian" History
  2. Emma J. Teng
  3. pp. 257-262
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  1. Recasting The Half-Caste
  2. Kumari Jayawardena
  3. pp. 263-267
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  1. What We Need to Know Right Now
  2. Amy Richlin
  3. pp. 268-281
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  1. Family Ideals, Colonialism and Law
  2. Kenneth M. Cuno
  3. pp. 282-292
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  1. A Life of Historical Writing, Auto/Biographical Writing, and Accounts of Women Workers in Traditional and Nontraditional Occupations
  2. Joan Sangster
  3. pp. 293-304
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  1. Family and Community in the Early Modern Period
  2. Frances E. Dolan
  3. pp. 305-314
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  1. (Post) Colonialism, Citizenship and Domesticity: Intersectionality in Feminist Histories
  2. Clare Anderson
  3. pp. 315-325
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  1. Introduction
  2. Claire B. Potter
  3. pp. 185-189
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  1. Introduction
  2. Shoshana Keller
  3. pp. 244-247
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 326-330
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  1. Acknowledgment to Reviewers
  2. pp. 334-335
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