Volume 25, Number 4, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Journal of Women’s History at 25: The Anniversary Issue

Guest Editors: Teresa A. Meade, Leila J. Rupp

Guest Editorial Note

Journal of Women’s History at 25: The Anniversary Issue

pp. 9-12
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Reshaping History: The Intersection of Radical and Women’s History

pp. 13-45
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Thematic Articles

Turns of the Kaleidoscope: “Race,” Ethnicity, and Analytical Patterns in American Women’s and Gender History

pp. 46-73
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Class Returns

pp. 74-87
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Since Intimate Matters: Recent Developments in the History of Sexuality in the United States

pp. 88-100
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Layering the Lenses: Toward Understanding Reproductive Politics in the United States

pp. 101-112
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A Presence in the Past: A Transgender Historiography

pp. 113-121
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Not Just Any Body: Disability, Gender, and History

pp. 122-137
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Women, Gender, Intimacy, and Empire

pp. 138-148
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Welfare States, Neoliberal Regimes, and International Political Economy: Gender Politics of Latin America in Global Context

pp. 149-162
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On Borderlands/La Frontera: Gloria Anzaldúa and Twenty-Five Years of Research on Gender in the Borderlands

pp. 163-173
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Eugénie Cotton, Pak Chong-ae, and Claudia Jones: Rethinking Transnational Feminism and International Politics

pp. 174-189
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National/Regional Articles

Women’s and Gender History in Australia: A Transformative Practice

pp. 190-211
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The Pleasures and Perils of Feminist Tributes—Canada

pp. 212-223
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Chinese Women’s History: Global Circuits, Local meanings

pp. 224-243
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Recent Collaborative Endeavors by Historians of Women and Gender in Japan

pp. 244-254
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The Women’s Movement under Ottoman and Republican Rule: A Historical Reappraisal

pp. 255-264
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Feminism and Women’s History in Academic Institutions in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay

pp. 265-274
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Twenty-Five Years of African Women Writing African Women’s and Gendered Worlds

pp. 275-287
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The Past and Present of European Women’s and Gender History: A Transatlantic Conversation

pp. 288-308
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Women’s and Men’s World History? Not Yet

pp. 309-318
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The Practice of History

Clio in the Curriculum: The State of Women and Women’s History in the Middle and High School Curriculum…and Perhaps a way Forward

pp. 319-332
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Women, Men, and Others: The Challenges of Mainstreaming Gender History in the Classroom

pp. 333-341
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The Business of History: Working as a Historical Consultant

pp. 342-349
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Thou Shalt Commit: The Internet, New Media, and the Future of Women’s History

pp. 350-362
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 363-376
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