1. Feminists in the Global West: Advances, Reversals, and Persistence
  2. Jean Quataert, Leigh Ann Wheeler
  3. pp. 7-12
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  1. Wollstonecraft as an International Feminist Meme
  2. Eileen Hunt Botting, Christine Carey Wilkerson, Elizabeth N. Kozlow
  3. pp. 13-38
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  1. Feminism and Fatherhood in Western Europe, 1900–1950s
  2. Ann Taylor Allen
  3. pp. 39-62
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  1. Transnational Pan-American Feminism: The Friendship of Bertha Lutz and Mary Wilhelmine Williams, 1926–1944
  2. Katherine M. Marino
  3. pp. 63-87
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  1. “A Rainbow of Women”: Diversity and Unity at the 1977 U.S. International Women’s Year Conference
  2. Doreen J. Mattingly, Jessica L. Nare
  3. pp. 88-112
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  1. “The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Should Rock the U. of C.”: The Faculty Wife and the Feminist Era
  2. Katherine Turk
  3. pp. 113-134
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  1. Getting to the Heart of Science: Rosalie Bertell’s Eco-Feminist Approach to Science and Anti-Nuclear Activism
  2. Lisa Rumiel
  3. pp. 135-159
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  1. Women, Revolution, and the Making of a New Nation
  2. Kim Cary Warren
  3. pp. 160-169
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  1. Goodnight Ladies
  2. Ann M. Little
  3. pp. 170-179
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  1. Women and Welfare in the United States
  2. Miriam Cohen
  3. pp. 180-190
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  1. Breaching the Wall: Beyond the Convent in Catholic Reformation Europe
  2. Lynn Wood Mollenauer
  3. pp. 191-199
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  1. “Tapestries of Contacts”: Transnationalizing Women’s History
  2. Francisca de Haan
  3. pp. 200-208
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 209-212
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