Gender and History

Gender & History is now established as the major international journal for research and writing on the history of gender relations, sexuality, and the semiotics of gender in a wide geographical and chronological scope. Scanning epochs and continents, Gender & History examines changing conceptions of gender, and maps the dialogue between femininities, masculinities and their historical contexts. The journal publishes rigorous and readable articles both on particular episodes in gender history and on broader methodological questions which have ramifications for the discipline as a whole.

Triennially: April, August, November.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0953-5233
ISSN (online): 
1468-0424

Latest articles

Volume 27 (3)

ABSTRACTS
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Men at Home: Domesticities, Authority, Emotions and Work (Thirteenth–Twentieth Centuries)
Raffaella Sarti, vol. 27 (3): 521-558
Home and Away: The Flight from Domesticity in Late-Nineteenth-Century England Re-visited
John Tosh, vol. 27 (3): 561-575
Illicit Intimacies: The Imagined ‘Homes’ of Gilbert Innes of Stow and his Mistresses (1751–1832)
Katie Barclay, vol. 27 (3): 576-590
Native American Men – and Women – at Home in Plural Marriages in Seventeenth-Century New France
Sarah M. S. Pearsall, vol. 27 (3): 591-610
Lock Up Your Daughters! Male Activists, ‘Patriotic Domesticity’ and the Fight Against Sex Trafficking in England, 1880–1912
Rachael Attwood, vol. 27 (3): 611-627
Domesticity as Socio-Cultural Construction: Domestic Slavery, Home and the Quintal in Cabo Delgado (Mozambique)
Francesca Declich, vol. 27 (3): 628-648
Meanings of Fatherhood in Late-Medieval Montpellier: Love, Care and the Exercise of Patria Potestas
Lucie Laumonier, vol. 27 (3): 651-668
Generations of Men and Masculinity in Two Late-Medieval Biographies of Saints
Marita Weissenberg, vol. 27 (3): 669-683
The Moretti Family: Late Marriage, Bachelorhood and Domestic Authority in Seventeenth-Century Venice
Lisa Dallavalle, vol. 27 (3): 684-702
Fathers at Home: Life Writing and Late-Victorian and Edwardian Plebeian Domestic Masculinities
Julie-Marie Strange, vol. 27 (3): 703-717
A Passion for Porcelain, Silverware and Furniture in Male Aristocratic Homes (in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Central Italy)
Benedetta Borello, vol. 27 (3): 721-735
The Early Modern German Professor at Home – Masculinity, Bachelorhood and Family Concepts (Sixteenth–Eighteenth Centuries)
Elizabeth Harding, vol. 27 (3): 736-751
Husbands, Masculinity, Male Work and Household Economy in Eighteenth-Century Italy: The Case of Turin
Beatrice Zucca Micheletto, vol. 27 (3): 752-772
Informal Economies and Masculine Hierarchies in Slave Communities of the US South, 1800–65
David Doddington, vol. 27 (3): 773-787
The Bureaucrat, the Mulla and the Maverick Intellectual ‘at Home’: Domestic Narratives of Patriarchy, Masculinity and Modernity in Iran, 1880–1980
Joanna Groot, vol. 27 (3): 791-811
Masculine Ways of Being at Home: Hobbies, Do-It-Yourself and Home Improvement in Argentina (1940–70)
Inés Pérez, vol. 27 (3): 812-827
Fathers in 1960s Switzerland: A Silent Revolution?
Caroline Rusterholz, vol. 27 (3): 828-843
Is the Personal Political for Men too? Encounter and Conflict between ‘New Left’ Men and Feminist Movements in 1970s Italy
Paola Stelliferi, vol. 27 (3): 844-864
“The Ultimate Extension of Gay Community”: Communal Living and Gay Liberation in the 1970s
Stephen Vider, vol. 27 (3): 865-881