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  Volume 26, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Editorial Note

Tributes, Politics, and Innovations in Women’s and Gender History

pp. 7-11
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Remembering Gerda Lerner

“For the Future of Women’s Past”

pp. 12-15
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Gerda Lerner—Inspiration—Counselor—Friend

pp. 16-21
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Answering the Call

pp. 22-23
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Life with Gerda

pp. 24-26
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Remembering Gerda

pp. 26-27
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Surviving with Gerda

pp. 28-30
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Gerda Lerner: Leftist and Feminist

pp. 31-36
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Women’s History for the Future: Gerda Lerner’s Last Agenda-Setting

pp. 37-43
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Selected Bibliography of Gerda Lerner’s Works

p. 44
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Historical Analogy, Comparisons, and Evidence: Feminist Reflections

The Gendered Nose and its Lack: “Medieval” Nose-Cutting and its Modern Manifestations

pp. 45-67
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Thinking About Context

pp. 68-73
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Blaming it on the “Barbarians”: Alleged Uses of Nose-Cutting Among the Franks

pp. 74-80
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The Perception of Suffering: On Patricia Skinner’s “The Gendered Nose”

pp. 81-84
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Response: The Constancy of Cruelty and Power

pp. 85-88
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Articles

Ottoman Royal Women’s Spaces: The Acoustic Dimension

pp. 89-111
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“What Looks Like a Revolution”: Enslaved Women and the Gendered Terrain of Slave Insurgencies in Cuba, 1843–1844

pp. 112-134
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The Rise and Demise of Missionary Wives

pp. 135-159
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The 1919 International Congress of Working Women: Transnational Debates on the “Woman Worker”

pp. 160-184
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Book Reviews

The Politics and Histories of Sexual and Gender Based Violence

pp. 185-194
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American Women Missionaries in the World

pp. 195-202
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Centering Sex in Modern American History

pp. 203-210
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Negotiating Gender in Native North America

pp. 211-221
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Contributors

pp. 222-227
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Errata

p. 228
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Announcements

p. 229
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Research Areas

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