Volume 27, Number 4, Winter 2015

Table of Contents

Editorial Note

The Ambiguities of Power in Russia, the United States, Japan, and France

pp. 7-12
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Debating Sharia: The 1917 Muslim Women’s Congress in Russia

pp. 13-37
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“How Come There’s Only Men Up There?”: Catholic Women’s Grassroots Anti-Abortion Activism

pp. 38-61
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Following the Money: Wealthy Women, Feminism, and the American Suffrage Movement

pp. 62-87
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An International Comparison of Women’s Suffrage: The Cases of Finland and New Zealand in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century

pp. 88-111
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Cultivating Feminine Affinity: Women, Domesticity, and Cold War Transnationality in the US Military Occupation of Okinawa

pp. 112-136
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How Women Make Diplomacy: The British Embassy in Paris, 1815–1841

pp. 137-159
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Unusual Frontal Developments: Negotiating the Pregnant Body in Nineteenth-Century America

pp. 160-183
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Book Reviews

International Perspectives on Reproductive History

pp. 184-194
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Building Identity through Work, Leisure, Migration, and Activism: Latinas in the Twentieth Century

pp. 195-204
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Contributors

pp. 205-207
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