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  Volume 24, Number 3, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Editorial Note: Individual Lives: Windows on Women's History

pp. 7-12

Recuperative Autobiography and the Politics of Life Writing: Lineage, Inheritance, and Legacy in the Writings of the Marquise de La Ferté-Imbault

pp. 13-38

Family and Feminism in the French Revolution: The Case of Rosalie Ducrollay Jullien

pp. 39-61

A Disease of Passion: The "Self-Iconizing" Project of an Eighteenth-Century Chinese Woman Poet, Jin Yi (1769-1794)

pp. 62-90

Science and Whiteness as Property in the Dutch Atlantic World: Maria Sibylla Merian's Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium (1705)

pp. 91-116

Marion Cave Rosselli and the Transnational Women's Antifascist Networks

pp. 117-139

"If We Can Nominate Her, She is a Cinch to Elect": Helen Gahagan Douglas and the Gendered Politics of Accommodation, 1940-1944

pp. 140-163

Book Reviews

Reading Race through U.S. Women's Biographies

pp. 164-172

Sexuality, Morality, and Single Women in Fin-de-Siècle Central Europe

pp. 173-181

Love and Marriage in the Public Sphere

pp. 182-194

The Deeper Meaning of Tupperware: Consumer Culture and the American Home

pp. 195-203


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pp. 205-207

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