I. Women |
|1. Does A Sex Have A History?||17|
|2. The Dialectics of Black Womanhood||34|
|3. Theorizing Woman: Funü, Guojia, Jiating
(Chinese Women, Chinese State, Chinese Family)||48|
II. Gender |
|4. 'Women's History' in Transition: The European Case||79|
|5. The Traffic in Women: Notes on the 'Political
Economy' of Sex||105|
|6. Gender: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis||152|
III. Race |
|7. African-American Women's History and the
Metalanguage of Race||183|
|8. Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power: Gender,
Race, and Morality in Colonial Asia||209|
|9. Equality and Difference in National Socialist Racism|
IV. Class |
|10. Southern Honour, Southern Dishonour: Managerial
Ideology and the Construction of Gender, Race, and
Class Relations in Southern Industry||293|
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Book title: Feminism and History.
Contributors: Joan Wallach Scoff - Editor.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: v.
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