Vol 34, no. 1

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Editorial Note

Jennifer J. Davis and Sandie Holguín, Women and Healthcare


Allyson Poska, “An Operation More Appropriate for Women”: The Gendering of Smallpox Vaccination in the Spanish Empire

Diana Louis, Black Women’s Psychiatric Incarceration at Georgia Lunatic Asylum in the Nineteenth Century

Katrina R. Sims, “They Had the Brains but They Didn’t Have the Expertise”: Black Working-Class Women and the Nurse Training Program at the Taborian Hospital, 1940s-1960s

Caitlin Reed Wiesner, “The First Thing They Cry About is Violence”: The National Black Women’s Health Project and the Fight Against Rape and Battering

Amanda Lauren Walter and Elizabeth Faue, In the Shadow of Tragedy: Jeanne M. Stellman and the Work of the Women’s Occupational Health Resource Center

Book Reviews

Black Beauty Culture Matters: Race, Gender, and Consumer Capitalism: Ingrid Banks
  • Laila Haidarali. Brown Beauty: Color, Sex and Race from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II
  • Lynn M. Thomas. Beneath the Surface: A Transnational History of Skin Lighteners
Narrating the History of Women’s History: Monica Pacini
  • Enrica Asquer, Anna Bellavitis, Giulia Calvi, Isabelle Chabot, Cristina La Rocca, and Manuela Martini, eds. Vingt-cinq ans apres. Les femmes au rendez-vous l’histoire. [Twenty-five years after. Women rendezvous with history].
  • Teresa Bertilotti, ed. Women’s History at the Cutting Edge: An Italian Perspective.
  • Julie E. Gallagher and Barbara Winslow, eds. Reshaping Women’s History: Voices of Nontraditional Women Historians.
  • Elizabeth Jacoway, ed. No Straight Path: Becoming Women Historians.
  • Karen Offen and Chen Yan, eds. Women’s History at the Cutting Edge.
  • Hilda L. Smith and Melinda S. Zook, eds. Generations of Women Historians Within and Beyond the Academy