- Title Pages
- Writing Women’s History across Time and Space
- 1 Women’s Past and the Currents of U.S. History
- 2 New Directions in Russian and Soviet Women’s History
- 3 Putting the Political in Economy
- 4 Sexual Crises, Women’s History, and the History of Sexuality in Europe
- 5 Gender and the Politics of Exceptionalism in the Writing of British Women’s History
- 6 Amateur Historians, the “Woman Question,” and the Production of Modern History in Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Egypt
- 7 Women’s and Gender History in Modern India
- 8 World History Meets History of Masculinity in Latin American Studies<sup>1</sup>
- 9 Connecting Histories of Gender, Health, and U.S.-China Relations
- 10 A Happier Marriage?
- About the Contributors
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