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An African American Prima Donna American Cocktail: A “Colored Girl” in the World By Anita Reynolds, with Howard Miller, Edited by George Hutchinson
Reviewed by Marilyn Richardson

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The Gendered Politics of Seriousness Seriously! Investigating Crashes and Crises As if Women Mattered By Cynthia Enloe
Reviewed by Charlotte Bunch

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A Medical Sea-Change Polio Wars: Sister Kenny and the Golden Age of American Medicine By Naomi Rogers
Reviewed by Patricia Kullberg

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Genital Mutilation, Western Style Making Sense of Intersex: Changing Ethical Perspectives in Biomedicine By Ellen K. Feder
Reviewed by Catherine Clune-Taylor

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Leaders, Not Ladies He Runs, She Runs: Why Gender Stereotypes Do Not Harm Women Candidates By Deborah Jordan Brooks
More Women Can Run: Gender and Pathways to the State Legislatures By Susan J. Carroll and Kira Sanbonmatsu
Reviewed by Joanna Weiss

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Racializing Beauty Pageants, Parlors, and Pretty Women: Race and Beauty in the Twentieth-Century South By Blain Roberts
Reviewed by Tamara Beauboeuf-Lafontant

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Volunteering for Blackness Miss Anne in Harlem: The White Women of the Black Renaissance By Carla Kaplan
Reviewed by Cherene Sherrard-Johnson

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Cartoon By Jennifer Crute

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The Golden Age Divas, Dames & Daredevils: Lost Heroines of Golden Age Comics By Mike Madrid
Reviewed by Joan Hilty

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Good Reads Inevitable Conclusions By Trish Crapo

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From in-Law to Outlaw Later Poems: Selected and New, 1971-2012 By Adrienne Rich
Reviewed by Florence Howe

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Poetry By Maria Terrone

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I Am His Other Know the Night: a Memoir of Survival in the Small Hours By Maria Mutch
Reviewed by Kelly Davio

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Subterfuges, Survivals, and Liberation The Infamous Rosalie (Rosalie l’Infâme) By Évelyne Trouillot, Translated by M.A. Salvadon
Reviewed by Danielle Legros Georges

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Fixated on Men, but Saved by Women Clever Girl By Tessa Hadley
Reviewed by Valerie Miner

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The Poet and Her Mother Holding On Upside Down: The Life and Work of Marianne Moore By Linda Leavell
Reviewed by Robin G. Schulze