The editors of the Journal of Women's History are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 34, Number 4 (Winter 2022) entitled
"Mothers, Motherly Love, Bodily Autonomy, and Archival Silence."
You can find the issue on Project Muse here: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/48448
Journal of Women's History, vol. 34, no. 4 (Winter 2022)
Table of Contents
Sandie Holguín and Jennifer J. Davis, Mothers, Motherly Love, Bodily Autonomy, and Archival Silences
Jacqueline Allain, Maria Griffin, et al.: Slavery’s Intimate World
Rachael Barrett, Fashioning Motherhood: French Magazine Subscribers Debate Class, Race, and Social Status, 1919-1939
Karen Cook Bell, Fugitivity and Enslaved Women’s Activism in the Age of Revolution
Brett A. Berliner, “More Than the Gift”: The Fatherless Children of France, Franco-American Epistolary Relationships, and the Birth of Person-to-Person Mass Philanthropy during and after the Great War
Bethany Snyder and Mara Oliva, A Maternal Brand of Environmentalism: Carol Browner’s Gendered Leadership of the Environmental Protection Agency
Courtney E. Thompson, Child-Mothers and Invisible Fathers: The Paradox of “Precocious Maternity” and the Pervasiveness of Child Sexual Abuse in Nineteenth-Century America
An Interview with Christina L. Beatty: The Legacy of Clara Luper
Gender, Race, and the Imperial French Republic : Amelia H. Lyons
- Nimisha Barton, Reproductive Citizens: Gender, Immigration, and the State in Modern France, 1880–1945.
- Françoise Vergès, The Wombs of Women: Race, Capital, Feminism. Translated by Kaiama L. Glover.
- Sarah J. Zimmerman, Militarizing Marriage: West African Soldiers’ Conjugal Traditions in Modern French Empire.
Nursing History as Women’s History: Women, Public Health, and Modernity : Charissa Threat
- Patricia D’Antonio, Nursing with a Message: Public Health Demonstration Projects in New York City.
- Sarah Glassford, Mobilizing Mercy: A History of the Canadian Red Cross.
- Sonja M. Kim, Imperatives of Care: Women and Medicine in Colonial Korea.
- Sujani Reddy, Nursing and Empire: Gendered Labor and Migration from India to the United States.
The Meanings of Marriage in the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century United States : Jessica Weiss
- Catherine J. Denial, Making Marriage: Husbands, Wives and the American State in Dakota and Ojibwe Country.
- Karen M. Dunak, As Long as We Both Shall Love: The White Wedding in Post-War America.
- Clare Virginia Eby, Until Choice do Us Part: Marriage Reform in the Progressive Era.
- Sarah M. S. Pearsall, Polygamy: An Early American History.
Jennifer J. Davis
Coeditor, Journal of Women's History
Associate Professor, Department of History
University of Oklahoma