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Journal of Women's History 14.2 (2002) 191-195

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Dissertations in Women's History

Compiled by Jonathan Erlen

Malek Hassan Abisaab, "A History of Women Tobacco Workers: Labor, Community, and Social Transformation in Lebanon, 1895-1997," State University of New York at Binghamton, 2001, 424 pp.

Amy Brown Amelio, "Land, Family, King: Experiences of Aristocratic Wid-ows in Late Twelfth-Century England," University of Minnesota, 2001, 257 pp.

Annika Åkerblom, "Abrnetarskydd för kvinnor: kvinnlig yrkesingspecktion i Sverige, 1913-1948," Uppsala University (Sweden),1998.

Gudrun Andersson, "Tingets kvinnor och män: genus som norm och strategi under 1600-och 1900-tal [Gender as a Norm and a Strategy in the 17th and 18th Centuries]," Uppsala University (Sweden), 1998.

Yvonne Kay Atkinson, "Mammy, How I Love Ya, How I Love Ya: The Mammy Figure in American History, Literature, and Popular Culture," University of California, Riverside, 2001, 196 pp.

Sarah D. Bair, "Finding Women 'Under the Dead Leaves of History': An Historical Analysis of the Social and Educational Thought of Mary Ritter Beard," The Pennsylvania State University, 2001, 231 pp.

Carrie Nichols Baker, "Sex, Power, and Politics: The Origins of Sexual Harassment Policy in the United States," Emory University, 2001, 601 pp.

Rachel Elizabeth Bohlmann, "Drunken Husbands, Drunken State: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union's Challenge to American Families and Public Communities in Chicago, 187401929," The University of Iowa, 2001, 394 pp.

Catherine Louise Briggs, "Fighting for Women's Equality: The Federal Women's Bureau, 1945-1967: An Example of Early 'State Feminism' in Canada," University of Waterloo (Canada), 2001, 342 pp.

Carolyn Beth Bronstein, "Porn Tours: The Rise and Fall of the American Feminist Anti-Pornography Movement, 1976-1986," The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2001, 518 pp.

Jinx Coleman Broussard, "Lifting the Veil of Obscurity: Four Black Women Journalists, 1890-1950 (Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Mary Church Terrell, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Amy Jacques Garvey," The University of Southern Mississippi, 2001, 315 pp.

Mary Cathryn Cain, "The Whiteness of White Women: Gender and the Use of Race Privilege in the Urban Northeast, 1820-1870," Emory University, 2001, 369 pp.

Sherri Goldstein Cash, "'A Poor Woman Wants Permit to Go to Almshouse': Women, Gender, and Poverty in New York's Burned-Over District, 1821-1861," The University of Arizona, 2001, 171 pp.

Cathleen Marie Dooley, "Battle in the Sky: A Cultural and Legal History of Sex Discrimination in the United States Airline Industry, 1930-1980," The University of Arizona, 2001, 376 pp.

Leslie Kathrin Dunlap, "In the Name of the Home: Temperance Women and Southern Grassroot Politics, 1873-1933," Northwestern University, 2001, 248 pp.

Emilia Garofalo, "The Female Temper of a Spanish Generation: Cultural Images of Women in the Second Republic, 1931-1939," University of Pittsburgh, 2001, 317 pp.

Leslie Elizabeth Goddard, "'Something to Vote for': Theatricalism in the United States Women's Suffrage Movement," Northwestern University, 2001, 389 pp.

Bonnie Marie Hagerman, "Skimpy Coverage: Sportswomen in Sports Illustrated, 1954-2000," Ohio University, 2001, 582 pp.

Paula Katherine Hinton, "'Come Prepared to Stay Forever': The Tale of a Murderess in Turn-of-the-Century America (Belle Gunness, Indiana)," Miami University, 2001, 208 pp.

Rosalind Flynn Hinton, "'There Will be a Grand Concert Tonight': Alma Lillie Hubbard, the New Orleans Years, 1895-1932: Making a Life, Building a Community (Mississippi)," Northwestern University, 2001, 254 pp.

Laura Scott Holliday, "The Frying Pan and the Fire: Gendered Citizenship and the American Kitchen from the Postwar Era to the Family Values Campaign," University of California, Santa Barbara, 2000, 255 pp.

Judith Collings Hudson, "Freedom Teachers: Northern White Women Teaching in Southern Black Communities, 1860s and 1960s," University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2001, 265 pp.

Anna Kiesow, "Löwinnen von Juda—Frauen als Subjekte politischer Macht in der judäischen Königszeit," Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany), 1999.

Tomomi Kinukawa, "Art Competes with History: Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717) and the Culture of Natural History (Germany)," The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2001, 315 pp.

Lynnea Ruth Magnuson, "In the Service of Columbia: Gendered Politics and Manifest Destiny Expansion," University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001, 285 pp...


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