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Notes on Contributors.
Introduction: Gender History Across Epistemologies.
1: Master Narratives and the Wall Painting of the House of the Vettii, Pompeii.
2: ‘More Beautiful than Words & Pencil Can Express’: Barbara Bodichon's Artistic Career at the Interface of her Epistolary and Visual Self Projections.
3: Public Motherhood in West Africa as Theory and Practice.
4: Profiling the Female Emigrant: A Method of Linguistic Inquiry for Examining Correspondence Collections.
5: Beyond Constructivism?: Gender, Medicine and the Early History of Sperm Analysis, Germany 1870–1900.
6: ‘I Just Express My Views & Leave Them to Work’: Olive Schreiner as a Feminist Protagonist in a Masculine Political Landscape with Figures.
7: Gender without Groups: Confession, Resistance and Selfhood in the Colonial Archive.
8: The Power of Renewable Resources: Orlando's Tactical Engagement with the Law of Intestacy.
9: The Politics of Gender Concepts in Genetics and Hormone Research in Germany, 1900–1940.
10: The Language of Gender in Lovers' Correspondence, 1946–1949.
11: Gender-Bending in El Teatro Campesino (1968–1980): A Mestiza Epistemology of Performance.
12: Changing Paradigms in Migration Studies: From Men to Women to Gender.
13: Reconsidering Categories of Analysis: Possibilities for Feminist Studies of Conflict.
14: An Epistemology of Collusion: Hijras, Kothis and the Historical (Dis)continuity of Gender/Sexual Identities in Eastern India.