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  Volume 25, Number 3, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Sexuality, Feminism, and Women's Bodies in the Modern(izing) World

pp. 7-13

The Tactics of Menstruation in Dutch Cases of Sexual Assault and Infanticide, 1750-1920

pp. 14-37

Sex, Science, and Fin-De-Si├Ęcle Feminism: Johanna Elberskirchen Interprets The Laws of Life

pp. 38-61

Gender and Modernity in Japan's "Long Twentieth Century"

pp. 62-91

Japanese Feminists After Versailles: Between the State and the Ethnic Nation

pp. 92-115

Husband Murder as the "Sickness" of Korea: Carceral Gynecology, Race, and Tradition in Colonial Korea, 1926-1932

pp. 116-140

Prostitution Politics and Feminist Activism in Modern America: Sophonisba Breckinridge and the Morals Court in Prohibition-Era Chicago

pp. 141-164

Save your Baby, Save Ten Percent: National Baby Week, The Infants' Department, and the Modern Pregnant Woman, 1905-1925

pp. 165-187

The Giles-Johnson Case and the Changing Politics of Sexual Violence in the 1960s United States

pp. 188-211

Book Reviews

Women, Family Formation, and the Welfare State in Latin America

pp. 212-220

Women in Postrevolutionary Mexico: Politics, Culture, Identity, and the Body

pp. 221-231

Intersections of Marriage and Race

pp. 232-238

"Birth in Transition": Medicalization, Gender Politics, and Changing Perceptions of Childbirth in the United States and Late Imperial China

pp. 239-248


pp. 249-252

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