restricted access   Volume 15, Number 3, Autumn 2003

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Women's History

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Editor's Note

pp. 7-8
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Women's History in the New Millennium: Adrienne Rich's "Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence:" A Retrospective

pp. 9-10
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Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence (1980)

pp. 11-48
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Wars and Thinking

pp. 49-57
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Asian American History and Racialized Compulsory Deviance

pp. 58-62
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No More Secrets, No More Lies: African American History and Compulsory Heterosexuality

pp. 63-76
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Compulsory Bodies: Reflections on Heterosexuality and Able-bodiedness

pp. 77-89
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Mothers and Other Workers: (Re)Conceiving Labor, Maternalism, and the State

pp. 90-117
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Introduction: Teaching Feminisms, Feminist Teaching

pp. 118-123
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Flora Tristan and Peruvian Feminists in the Twentieth Century

pp. 124-128
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"Feminism is Socialism, Liberty, and Much More:" Second-Wave Chilean Feminism and its Contentious Relationship with Socialism

pp. 129-134
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"Coming-to-herself:" Diverging Representations of Female Subjectivity in Eastern and Western German Literary Texts in the 1970s

pp. 135-138
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A Case Study Of Local Feminist Mobilization in Eastern Germany, 1990-2000

pp. 139-142
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Women's Political Organizations in the Transition to Democracy: An Assessment of the Spanish and Italian Cases

pp. 143-147
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Whose State? The Discourse of Nation-State in European Feminist Perspectives in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

pp. 148-152
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Mother Politics: Anti-colonial Nationalism and the Woman Question in Africa

pp. 153-157
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Politics, Gender, and Genre--The Kurds and 'The West': Writings from Prison by Leyla Zana

pp. 158-160
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In Praise of Good Breeding: Pro-Natalism and Race in the British Print Media

pp. 161-165
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Introduction to the project

pp. 166-174
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Uncovering "The Real Work" of the Portland YWCA, 1900-1923

pp. 175-182
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The Best of Intentions: Upbuilding Through Health at the Portland YWCA, 1908-1959

pp. 183-189
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The Persistence of Black Women at the Williams Avenue YWCA

pp. 190-196
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Japanese Americans at the Portland YWCA

pp. 197-203
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From "Industrial Girls" to "Career Girls": Postwar Shifts in Programs for Wage-Earning Women in the Portland YWCA

pp. 204-208
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The One Imperative and the Portland YWCA

pp. 209-214
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A Silent and Invisible History: Queer Experiences and Heterosexism at the Downtown Portland YWCA

pp. 215-222
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Contributors

pp. 223-226
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Notice to Contributors

pp. 227-228
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Announcement

p. 229
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