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  Volume 22, Number 4, Winter 2010

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

pp. 9-14

Politics, Patriotism, and Women in Ireland, Britain and Colonial America, c.1700–1780

pp. 15-38

The Rights of a Florida Wife: Slavery, U.S. Expansion, and Married Women's Property Law

pp. 39-63

The "Cradle of Glass": Incubators for Infants in Late Nineteenth-Century France

pp. 64-89

Claims to Protection: The Rise and Fall of Feminist Abolitionism in the League of Nations' Committee on the Traffic in Women and Children, 1919–1936

pp. 90-113

Being Modern on a Slender Income: "Picture Show" and "Photoplayer" in early 1920s Sydney

pp. 114-136

Pink Truck Ads: Second-Wave Feminism and Gendered Marketing

pp. 137-161

Artful Narration: Puerto Rican Women Return Migrants' Life Stories

pp. 162-184

Roundtable: Women Gone Wild: Reflections On The Feminist Blogosphere

Introduction

pp. 185-189

Being Held Accountable: On the Necessity of Intersectionality

pp. 190-196

On Mommyblogging: Notes to a Future Feminist Historian

pp. 197-208

The Madwoman with a Laptop: Notes Toward a Literary Prehistory of Academic Fem Blogging

pp. 209-219

We're all cowgirls now

pp. 220-234

Reflections on Feminism, Blogging, and the Historical Profession

pp. 235-243

Book forum: Erasure of the Euro-Asian: Recovering Early Radicalism and Feminism in South Asia by Kumari Jayawardena

Introduction

pp. 244-247

Re-Orienting South Asia Studies: Sri Lanka, Gender, and World History

pp. 248-252

Race-Mixing, Radicalism, and Reimaginating the Nation

pp. 253-256

Naming the Subject: Recovering "Euro-Asian" History

pp. 257-262

Recasting The Half-Caste

pp. 263-267

Book Reviews

What We Need to Know Right Now

pp. 268-281

Family Ideals, Colonialism and Law

pp. 282-292

A Life of Historical Writing, Auto/Biographical Writing, and Accounts of Women Workers in Traditional and Nontraditional Occupations

pp. 293-304

Family and Community in the Early Modern Period

pp. 305-314

(Post) Colonialism, Citizenship and Domesticity: Intersectionality in Feminist Histories

pp. 315-325

Contributors

Contributors

pp. 326-330

Acknowledgement to Reviewers

Acknowledgment to Reviewers

pp. 334-335

Research Areas

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