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PART I THEMATIC ESSAYS ON GENDER: ISSUES IN WORLD HISTORY 1 Sexuality 11 Robert A. Nye 2 Gender and Labor in World History 26 Laura Levine Frader 3 Structures and Meanings in a Gendered Family History 51 Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks 4 Religion and Gender: Embedded Patterns, Interwoven Frameworks 70 Ursula King 5 Gender Rules: Law and Politics 86 Susan Kingsley Kent 6 Race, Gender, and Other Differences in Feminist Theory 110 Deirdre Keenan 7 Gender and Education Before and After Mass Schooling 129 Pavla Miller 8 How Images Got Their Gender: Masculinity and Femininity in the Visual Arts 146 Mary D. Sheriff 9 Revolution, Nationalism, and Anti-Imperialism 170 Temma Kaplan 10 Feminist Movements: Gender and Sexual Equality 186 Barbara Winslow PART II CHRONOLOGICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS Prehistory 11 Digging Up Gender in the Earliest Human Societies 211 Marcia-Anne Dobres Classical and Post-Classical Societies (2000 BCE-1400 CE) 12 Women in the Middle East, 8000 BCE to 1700 CE 229 Guity Nashat 13 Gendered Themes in Early African History 249 David Schoenbrun 14 Confucian Complexities: China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam 273 Vivian-Lee Nyitray 15 Early Western Civilization Under the Sign of Gender: Europe and the Mediterranean 285 Paul Halsall 16 Gender in the Ancient Americas: From Earliest Villages to European Colonization 305 Rosemary A. Joyce Gender and the Development of Modern Society (1400-1750) 17 Gender History, Southeast Asia, and the "World Regions" Framework 323 Barbara Watson Andaya 18 Did Gender Have a Renaissance? Exclusions and Traditions in Early Modern Western Europe 343 Julie Hardwick 19 Self, Society, and Gender in Early Modern Russia and Eastern Europe 358 Nancy Shields Kollmann 20 A New World Engendered: The Making of the Iberian Transatlantic Empires 371 Verena Stolcke Gender and the Modern World (1750-1920) 21 Rescued from Obscurity: Contributions and Challenges in Writing the History of Gender in the Middle East and North Africa 393 Judith Tucker 22 Gender, Women, and Power in Africa, 1750-1914 413 Marcia Wright 23 Clash of Cultures: Gender and Colonialism in South and Southeast Asia 430 Nupur Chaudhuri 24 From Private to Public Patriarchy: Women, Labor and the State in East Asia, 1600-1919 444 Anne Walthall 25 Gender in the Formation of European Power, 1750-1914 459 Deborah Valenze 26 Latin America and the Caribbean 477 Sonya Lipsett-Rivera 27 North America from North of the 49th Parallel 492 Linda Kealey Gender in the Contemporary World (1920-2003) 28 Frameworks of Gender: Feminism and Nationalism in Twentieth-Century Asia 513 Barbara Molony 29 Women and Gender Roles in Africa Since 1918: Gender as a Determinant of Status 540 Sean Redding 30 Continuities Amid Change: Gender Ideas and Arrangements in Twentieth-Century Russia and Eastern Europe 555 Barbara Evans Clements 31 Engendering Reform and Revolution in Twentieth-Century Latin America and the Caribbean 568 Susan K. Besse 32 Equality and Difference in the 'Twentieth-Century West: North America, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand 586 Charles Sowerwine with Patricia Grimshaw