Journal of Women's History, Volume 31, No. 2 (Summer 2019) Now Available!

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The editors of the Journal of Women's History are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 31, Number 2 (Summer 2019) of the Journal of Women's History, entitled “Colonial Intimacies and Gendered Violence.”

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"That Is How Whores Get Punished": Gender, Race, and the Culture of Honor-Based Violence in Colonial Latin America - Tamara J. Walker

The Body and State Violence, from the Harrowing to the Mundane: Chilean Women's Oral Histories of the Augusto Pinochet Dictatorship (1973-1990) - Brandi Townsend

"Alien to my sex": Enslaved Women and Their Gendered Notions of Abuse in Eighteenth-Century Lima, Peru - Frank Trey Proctor III

An Almost Inconceivable Foe: Anglo-American Women and Violence against Colonial Authority in Seventeenth-Century New England - Emily Romeo

Class, White Women, and Elite Asian Men in British Courts during the Late Nineteenth Century - Nurfadzilah Yahaya

Decolonizing Marriage and the Family: The Lives and Letters of Ida, Benoy, and Indira Sarkar - Jessica Namakkal

Book Reviews

Reforming Girlhood in Colonial Lagos - Kelly Duke Bryant

Standing By Your Man: Wives in Nineteenth-Century Empires - Charlotte Macdonald

Exploring the Diverse Experiences of the Great War One Hundred Years Later - Allison Scardino Belzer

Organizing across Distance: Reconceiving US Postwar Women's Activism - Jacqueline Castledine

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