Journal of Women’s History – Volume 29, no. 3 (Fall 2017) Now Available

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The editors of the Journal of Women's History are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 29, Number 3 (Fall 2017) of the Journal of Women's History, entitled “Beyond the Center: New Spatial Axes in International and Transnational Women’s Histories.”

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International Feminism from an Asian Center: The All-Asian Women’s Conference (Lahore, 1931) as a Transnational Feminist Moment

Shobna Nijhawan

Human Trafficking and Intra-Imperial Knowledge: Adopted Daughters, Households, and Law in Imperial Japan and Colonial Taiwan, 1919-1935

Tadashi Ishikawa

Margaret Sanger in Translation: Gender, Class, and Birth Control in 1920s China

Michelle T. King

The Role of Petitions in the Mobilization of Women for the Right to Vote: The Case of Queensland, Australia, 1894, 1897

Deborah Jordan

Hindu Widows as Religious Subjects: The Politics of Christian Conversion and Revival in Colonial India

Sharleen Mondal

Spousal Equality in Baha’i Law: The Emergence of Provisions on the Dissolution of Marriage in Iran, 1873-1954

Siyamak Zabihi-Moghaddam


Intimacy and Emotions Across the European Empires

Ellen Boucher

Intimacy in the Early United States

Jessica Choppin Roney

Gender Roles in Transition Across the Globe

Michelle Mouton


Remembering Susan Groag Bell

Laura E. Nym Mayhall

How the Field Was Won: Susan Groag Bell and Women's History

Carolyn Chappell Lougee

An Unforgettable Collaboration: Women, the Family, and Freedom

Karen Offen

Susan Bell’s Contributions to Autobiography

Marilyn Yalom

Susan Groag Bell’s “Medieval Women Book-Owners” After 35 Years

Fiona J. Griffiths

Susan Bell’s Christine de Pizan

Paula Findlen

Susan Groag Bell’s Contributions to the History of Gardens

Laura E. Nym Mayhall


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