- Title Pages
- Invaluable Lives
- Finding My Way in African Women’s History
- Silence and the Perils of Identity
- Centering “Nontraditional” Lives
- From Women and Work to Climate Change Activism
- The Recognition of Women in Oklahoma History
- Dancing on the Edges of History, but Never Dancing Alone
- Learning to Unlearn from a White Southern Childhood
- Swimming against the Currents
- Service—and Scholarship—Bound to Action
- “Her Ladder Has But One Rung”
- Doing Grassroots Public History
- Unconventional Histories
- Nontraditional in Every Way
- A Meditation on Half of a Lesbian Life
- From Housewife to Historian
- Relationship with Land in Anishinaabeg Womxn’s Historical Research
- A History of Bodies
- About the Contributors
- Production Credits
- (p.251) Afterword
- Reshaping Women's History
- University of Illinois Press
The epilogue reviews the eighteen essays in the context of the meaning of the Catherine Prelinger Award to nontraditional women historians.
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