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  Volume 24, Number 2, Summer 2012

Table of Contents

Editorial Note

Feminism and Woman Suffrage: Debate, Difference, and the Importance of Context

pp. 7-12

The Book I Couldn’t Write: Alice Paul and the Challenge of Feminist Biography

pp. 13-36

Disability, Scientific Authority, and Women’s Political Participation at the Turn of the Twentieth-Century United States

pp. 37-61

Not Only for the Welfare of the Nation but for the World and Humanity: The Interwar Suffrage Movement in Japan

pp. 62-88

Solidarity or Suspicion: Gender, Enfranchisement, and Popular Culture in Liberation France

pp. 89-114

A History of Fijian Women’s Activism (1900–2010)

pp. 115-143

Battling “Big Sister” Government: Hoosier Women and the Politics of International Women’s Year

pp. 144-170

Getting “Down and Dirty” at the Berks: A Conversation about Feminism, Queer Politics, and the Many Meanings of Sexual Performance

pp. 171-197

Book Reviews

Global Sex, Local Sex: Morality Tales for the Ages

pp. 198-204

“L’espirit n’a point de sexe”: Women and Learning in Western Thought

pp. 205-213

The Politics of Race, Nation, Empire, and the Intimate: Recent Explorations

pp. 214-223



pp. 225-227

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