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  Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2003

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editor's Note

pp. 7-9

Dissertations in Women's History

pp. 235-236

Women's History in the New Millennium:
Rethinking Public and Private

Women's History in the New Millennium: Rethinking Public and Private

p. 10

Gender and the "Great Divide": Public and Private in British Gender History

pp. 11-27

Making the Private Public: A Brazilian Perspective

pp. 28-42

Refashioning the Concept of Public/Private: Lessons from Dress Studies

pp. 43-51

Public and Private in Middle Eastern Women's History

pp. 52-69


The Birth of the New Order State in Indonesia: Sexual Politics and Nationalism

pp. 70-91

"Leisure is a Foe to Any Man:" The Pleasures and Dangers of Atlanta during World War I

pp. 92-115

Writing out of the Margins: Women, Translation, and the Spanish Enlightenment

pp. 116-143

The Future of Women's History:
Considering the State of U.S. Women's History

The Future of Women's History

p. 144

Considering the State of U.S. Women's History

pp. 145-163

Tackling the Contested Categories: Culture, Race, and Nation in American Women's History

pp. 164-166

Room in Back: Before and Beyond the Nation in Women's and Gender History

pp. 167-171

Interdisciplinarity and Institutional Change

pp. 172-174

Catching it All on the Web: Crafting Cohesive American Women's History in the Age of the Internet

pp. 175-177

Regenerating Women's History

pp. 178-182

Getting to the Source

Madame Rose: A Life of Ernestine L. Rose as told to Jenny P. d'Hericourt

pp. 183-201

Book Reviews

Regulation and the Nation: Comparative Perspectives on Prostitution and Public Policy

pp. 202-211

Gatekeeping and Remaking: The Politics of Respectability in African American Women's History and Black Feminism

pp. 212-220

Religion and Biography: Re-visioning Feminism in the Gilded Age

pp. 221-226

Religion, Agency, and Power in Jewish Gender Studies

pp. 227-234


pp. 237-240

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