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Volume 36, Number 1, 2015

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

Frontiers Turns Forty!

pp. vii-viii

Feminist Reflections: Gerda Lerner


pp. 1-2

Social Movements

pp. 2-6

Why History Matters

pp. 6-11

The So-What Question

pp. 12-16

History and Gender

pp. 16-21

A New World of Women and a New Language

pp. 21-26


pp. 27-32

Transnational Complications: Reimagining Oroonoko and Women’s Collective Politics in the Empire

pp. 33-56

“Japanese Women Are Like Volcanoes”: Trans-Pacific Feminist Musings in Etsu I. Sugimoto’s A Daughter of a Samurai

pp. 57-86

Sex, Savagery, and the Woman Who Made Vaudeville Famous

pp. 87-112

Audre Lorde’s Zami, Erotic Embodied Memory, and the Affirmation of Difference

pp. 113-135

“Set Your Blackness Free”: Barbara Ann Teer’s Art and Activism during the Black Arts Movement

pp. 136-159

Re-Membering Our Own Power: Occaneechi Activism, Feminism, and Political Action Theories

pp. 160-195

Artist Statement

pp. 196-199

Kitchen Table c. 1970

pp. 200-216


pp. 217-222

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