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  Volume 23, Number 4, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Editorial Note: Reading Women in the Archives

pp. 7-11

Writing Sex and Sexuality: Archives of Colonial North India

pp. 12-35

‘Til Death Parts Us: Women’s Domestic Partnerships in Eighteenth-Century Brittany

pp. 36-58

“A Matter of Physical Health and Strength”: Disciplining the Female Body and Reproducing the Czech National Community in the Mid-Nineteenth Century

pp. 59-81

The Survey Project: Researching Women’s Everyday Experience and Envisioning Modernity in Rural Bohemia at the End of the Second World War

pp. 82-107

“Pictures with a Purpose”: The Birth Control Debate on the Big Screen

pp. 108-130

Marrying into the European Family of Nations: National Disorder and Upset Gender Roles in Post-Communist Romanian Film

pp. 131-154

The Case of the Missing Girls: Sex Ratios in Fifteenth-Century Tuscany

pp. 155-175

Book Reviews

Ritual and the Performance of Identity: Women and Gender in the Ancient World

pp. 176-186

Fashioning the Self in Early Modern Europe: Gender, Consumption, and Material Culture

pp. 187-197

Identity, Labor, and Welfare: the Worlds of Work and Family

pp. 198-209

Gender, Culture, and Migration

pp. 210-219


pp. 220-222


p. 223

Notice to Contributors

pp. 224-226

Acknowledgment to Reviewers

pp. 227-229

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