Index
Abensour, Léon81-2, 82-6, 88
abortion:
in late nineteenth-century France587-8
and National Socialism 269, 276
Abraham113
Abzug, Bella509-10
adolescent girls:
friendships in nineteeth-century America 366, 367-70, 377-81, 383-5
Ladner's study of black 38, 44-5
advertisements, and Australian women 433-6
African-American women, see black women
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) 200
Alcoff, Linda514, 516-17
Alexander, Sally164
Allport, Carolyn430
Alpert, Jane512, 513, 514
Althusser, Louis185
Ambach, Melchoir345
America, see United States
Annales561, 564, 568
Applewhite, Harriet2
Arendt, Hannah283
Argentina, Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo 519-20
Arnold, Thomas198
Arya, S. N.495
Asad, Talal58
Asia, see colonial Asia
Astell, Mary27
Auclert, Hubertine6
Australian women, and sexuality 429-49
Australian Women's Charter Conference ( 1943) 442, 445
Bakhtin, M. M.187, 196
Ballhatchet, Kenneth213-14
Balzac, Honoré de:
La Fille aux yeux d'or402-4, 405
Sarrasine405-6
Séraphita401, 402, 404
Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes 409-11
Vautrin404
Bamber, Linda515-16, 517
Banerjee, Sumanta482
Banville, Theodore de, Les Parisiennes de Paris417-18
Barkley-Brown, Elsa12
Barlow, Tani12
Barrett, Michèle161, 517
Barthes, Roland186, 406, 548
Basu, Latika484
Baudelaire, Charles583, 585
'Femmes damnées' 419-20
Beahan, Charlotte55
Beauvoir, Simone de52
Beidelman, Thomas225
Benabou, Marie86
Benjamin, Jessica160
Betterton, Margaret434
Billingsley, Andrew37, 38, 42
Birnbaum, Ben325-6
birth control:
and feminism 587-8
marriage and sexual fulfilment 442, 443
black men:
as labour in southern industry 303-4, 308
lynching of 194, 302
relationship of black women to 459-60, 461-2, 467
black nationalism 197, 198-9
'Black Peril' 228-31
black women:
and black men 459-60, 461-2, 467
dialectics of black womanhood 34-47
employment of 460-5
and female-headed households 35-7, 39, 185
and feminism 453-6
gender identity 186-7, 189
history 35-7, 187
and labour 39-41, 43, 44, 190-1
Ladner's study of adolescent girls 38, 44-5
mothers of 532
and mutual benefit societies 456-60
networks of 457-8
and segregated railroad trains 191-2
and slavery 187-9, 296
and womanist consciousness 435-76
and the women's liberation movement 45
Blauner, Robert42
Bloch, Marc561, 562

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