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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New Viewpoints in Women's History (1994 : Radcliffe College).
New viewpoints in women's history.
Cambridge, Mass. : Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe College, 
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Susan Ware; Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.
|Description:||vi, 261 pages ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||The historian and her sources / Anne Firor Scott --
Reflections on a field / Alice Kessler-Harris --
Women's history for the 1990s: Problems and challenges / Linda K. Kerber --
Location, location, location / Jacquelyn Dowd Hall --
Mascaras y Muros: Chicana feminism and the teaching of U.S. women's history / Vicki L. Ruiz --
Rethinking the subject of African American women's history / Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham --
International Questions: Global answers / Ellen Du Bois --
Romantic love across the color line: White women an black men in nineteenth-century America / Martha Hodes --
Race, gender, and the privileges of property: On the significance of miscegenation law in United States history / Peggy Pascoe. Making men by making Indians: "Red men," Boy Scouts, and the YMCA / Ann Braude --
Party, propriety, politics, and woman suffrage in the 1870s: National developments and Ohio perspectives / Carol Lasser --
"We can go where you cannot afford to go": Intersections of gender and race in New South political praxis / Glenda Gilmore --
The slippery slope of class in black America: The National Council of Negro Women and the International Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, a case study / Deborah Gray White --
Social science or social service? Miriam Van Waters and the dilemmas of graduate education for women in the Progressive Era / Estelle Freedman --
Comming of age in the 1920s: The diaries of Yvonne Blue and Helen Laprovitz / Joan Jacobs Brumberg --
Nisei women and the creation of urban ethnic culture in the 1930s / Valerie Matsumoto --
"Many shinings of truth" in a time of transition / Gerda Lerner.
|Responsibility:||edited by Susan Ware.|