The editors of the Journal of Women's History are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 31, Number 3 (Fall 2019) of the Journal of Women's History, entitled "Crises, Radicalism, Backlash, and Transitions".
You can find the issue on Project Muse here: https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/43403
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Editorial Note : Transitions, Crises, Radicalism, and Backlash
Leigh-Anne Francis, “'Steal or Starve': Black Women’s Criminal Work in New York City, 1893 to 1914"
Jeffrey Drew Reger, "Ba῾athist State Feminism: The General Federation of Iraqi Women in the Global 1970s"
Brianna Theobald, "Bringing Back Woman Knowledge: The Women’s Dance Health Program and Native Midwifery in the Twin Cities"
Kelly O’Donnell, "The Activist Archive: Feminism, Personal-Political Papers, and Recent Women’s History"
Kirsten Leng, "Art, Humor, and Activism: The Sardonic, Sustaining Feminism of the Guerrilla Girls, 1985–2000"
Kacey Calahane, Jessica Millward, and Max Speare, "Scholars do Bravo Too: Reality Television, Public History, and the Historians on Housewives Podcast"
Lesley A. Hall, "Abortion in the Contemporary United States" : Reviewing Johanna Schoen. Abortion after Roe; Mary Ziegler. After Roe: The Lost History of the Abortion Debate.
Dr. Jennifer J. Davis, Co-Editor, Journal of Women's History; Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019 USA