Women's History Review

Women's History Review is a major international journal whose aim is to provide a forum for the publication of new scholarly articles in the rapidly expanding field of women's history. The time span covered by the journal includes the 19th and 20th centuries as well as earlier times. The journal seeks to publish contributions from a range of disciplines (for example, women's studies, history, sociology, cultural studies, literature, political science, anthropology and philosophy) that further feminist knowledge and debate about women and/or gender relations in history. The Editors welcome a variety of approaches from people from different countries and backgrounds. In addition to main articles the journal also publishes shorter Viewpoints that are possibly based on the life experiences, ideas and views of the writer and may be more polemic in tone. A substantial Book Reviews section is normally included in each issue.

6 issues per year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
09612025
ISSN (online): 
1747583X

Latest articles

Volume 23 (4)

The Official Opening of The Women's Library@LSE, 12 March 2014
vol. 23 (4): 513-517
Nothing Special? Propaganda and Women's Roles in Late First World War Britain
vol. 23 (4): 518-542
Defining Female Subjectivities in Italy: motherhood and abortion in the individual and collective memories of the 1970s women's movement in Bologna
vol. 23 (4): 543-559
The Representation of ‘Baby-Farmers’ in the Scottish City, 1867–1908
vol. 23 (4): 560-576
‘Forgotten Female Soldiers in an Unknown Army’: German women working behind the lines, 1914–1918
vol. 23 (4): 577-594
Striking Narratives: class, gender and ethnicity in the ‘Great Grunwick Strike’, London, UK, 1976–1978
vol. 23 (4): 595-619
Mary Neal and Emmeline Pethick: from mission to activism
vol. 23 (4): 620-641
Giving Afghan Women a Voice: women's writing in Afghanistan
vol. 23 (4): 642-646
Macaulay and Son, Architects of Imperial Britain; CATHERINE HALL
vol. 23 (4): 647-651
Female Agency in the Urban Economy: gender in European towns, 1640–1830; DEBORAH SIMONTON & ANNE MONTENACH (Eds)
vol. 23 (4): 651-653
Infidel Feminism: secularism, religion and women's emancipation, England 1830–1914; LAURA SCHWARTZ
vol. 23 (4): 653-655
Recoding Gender: women's changing participation in computing; JANET ABBATE
vol. 23 (4): 655-657
A History of Women in Russia: from the earliest times to the present; BARBARA EVANS CLEMENTS
vol. 23 (4): 657-660
The Collected Letters of Ellen Terry, Volume 3: 1894–1898; KATHARINE COCKIN (Ed.)
vol. 23 (4): 660-662
Moving Stories: an intimate history of four women across two countries; ALISTAIR THOMSON
vol. 23 (4): 662-664
Desperate Housewives, Neuroses and the Domestic Environment, 1945–1970; ALI HAGGETT
vol. 23 (4): 664-666
Freedom for Women: forging the women's liberation movement, 1953–1970; CAROL GIARDINA
vol. 23 (4): 666-668
Aloha America: hula circuits through the US empire; ADRIA L. IMADA
vol. 23 (4): 668-670
Radicalism at the Crossroads: African American women activists in the Cold War; DAYO F. GORE
vol. 23 (4): 670-672
‘The Most Remarkable Woman in England’: poison, celebrity and the trials of Beatrice Pace; JOHN CARTER WOOD
vol. 23 (4): 672-674