restricted access   Volume 24, Number 3, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Editorial Introduction

pp. vii-xii

“I Just Want to Help People”: Young Women’s Gendered Engagement with Engineering

pp. 1-21

Modesty and Feminisms: Conversations on Aesthetics and Resistance

pp. 22-42

Going Rogue: Postfeminism and the Privilege of Breaking Rules

pp. 43-61


Seeing Carl Mille’s Manniskan och Pegasus for the First Time, and: El cielo se está cayendo/The Sky Is Falling, and: Cloud Watching

pp. 63-68

Crossing Boundaries: A Tribute to Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy

Feminist, Queer, and Indigenous: The Anthropologies of Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy—A Personal Reflection

pp. 69-78

Women’s Studies in the Thicket of Academe in the 1970s: Liz Kennedy in Buffalo

pp. 79-83

Elizabeth Kennedy’s Oral History Intervention

pp. 84-91

From Butch-Femme to Female Masculinities: Elizabeth Kennedy and LGBT Anthropology

pp. 92-100

“Bristling with the Desire to Confront Injustice”: Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy’s Queer Contributions to Transnational Feminism

pp. 101-118

An Interdisciplinary Career: Crossing Boundaries, Ending with Beginnings

pp. 119-129

Book Reviews

The Aunt Lute Anthology of U.S. Women Writers, Volume One: 17th through 19th Centuries, and: The Aunt Lute Anthology of U.S. Women Writers, Volume Two: The 20th Century (review)

pp. 130-135

Cold War Femme: Lesbianism, National Identity, and Hollywood Cinema, and: Soldiers’ Stories: Military Women in Cinema and Television since World War II (review)

pp. 136-142