2. Citizens and Scientists: Toward a Gendered History of Scientific Practice in Post-revolutionary France: Carol E. Harrison.
3. The Rhetorics of Slavery and Citizenship: Suffragist Discourse and Canoncial Texts in Britain, 1880-1914: Laura E. Nym Mayhall.
4. Imagining Female Citizenship in the 'New Spain': Gendering the Deomcratic Transition, 1975-1978: Pamela Beth Radcliff..
5. The Trial of the New Woman: Citizens-in-Training in the New Soviet Republic: Elizabeth A. Wood..
6. Enfranchised Selves: Women, Culture and Rights in Nineteenth-Century Bengal: Tanika Sarkar..
7. Citizenship as Non-Discrimination: Acceptance or Assimilationism? Political Logic and Emotional Investment in Campaigns for Aboriginal Rights in Australia, 1940-1970: Marilyn Lake..
8. Producing Citizens, Reproducing the 'French Race': Imimigration, Demography, and Pronatalism in Early Twentieth-Century France: Elisa A. Camiscioli.
9. Citizenship as Contingent National Belonging: Married Women and Foreigners in Twentieth-Century Switzerland: Brigitte Studer, translated by Kate Sturge.
Notes on Contributors.