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Contributors CHILLA BULBECK is a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Humanities at Griffith University, where she convenes the first year introductory course on the social sciences and teaches women's studies. Her publications include One World Women's Movement (London: Pluto, 1988), an analysis of the debates between western feminists and third world women. She is completing a book, Papua New Guinea Passages: White Women in Papua New Guinea 1920-1960. ANTOINETTE BURTON is an Assistant Professor of History and a member of the Women's Studies faculty at Indiana State University. She is currently writing a history of the relationship between Indian feminists and British feminism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. KATHERINE DaVTD is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Yale University. She is currently working on her dissertation, on young Czech intellectuals in the 1890s. STEPHANIE SHAW is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History and the Center for Women's Studies at Ohio State University. She has a book forthcoming from the University of Chicago Press on African-American professional women (1870-1950) and is currently working on a booklength project on slave women. ...


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