U.S.–Japan Women’s Journal, no. 44 (2013)

Distributed for Jōsai International Center for the Promotion of Art and Science, Jōsai University

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Gendered Interpretations of Female Rule: The Case of Himiko, Ruler of Yamatai
Akiko Yoshie, Hitomi Tonomura, Azumi Ann Takata, pp. 3-23
— 古代日本の女王ヒミコをめぐるジェンダー言説

More “Ordinary Women”: Gender Stereotypes in Arguments for Increased Female Representation in Japanese Politics
Emma Dalton, pp. 24-42
— 「普通の女性」を政治の場に: 日本の女性議員を増やそうという主張にみられる性的固定観念

Women and Political Life in Early Meiji Japan: The Case of the Okayama Joshi Konshinkai (Okayama Women’s Friendship Society)
Marnie S. Anderson, pp. 43-66
— 明治前期における女性と政治生活: 岡山女子懇親会を中心に

Meiji Women’s Educators as Public Intellectuals: Shimoda Utako and Tsuda Umeko
Linda L. Johnson, pp. 67-92
— パブリック知識人として明治女子教育者: 下田詩子と津田梅子

Opportunities and Constraints for Late Meiji Women: The Cases of Hasegawa Kitako and Hasegawa Shigure
Mara Patessio, pp. 93-118
— 明治後期の女性の機会と制約: 長谷川喜多子と長谷川時雨の場合

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