Women's History Review articles

Volume 26 (6)

Compensating Irish Female Revolutionaries, 1916–1923
vol. 26 (6): 915-934
‘Granny thinking what she is going to write in her book’: religion, politics and the Pontefract by-election of 1872 in Josephine Butler’s Personal Reminiscences of a Great Crusade (1896)
vol. 26 (6): 935-952
Neither worker nor housewife but citizen: BBC’s Woman’s Hour 1946–1955
vol. 26 (6): 953-974
‘Organizing’ Meiji Women: the role of the Japanese chapter of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union for individual activists, 1900–1905
vol. 26 (6): 975-993
Louise Michel’s London years: A political reassessment (1890–1905)
vol. 26 (6): 994-1012
The Faux Debate in North American Suffrage History
vol. 26 (6): 1013-1020
Silent partners: women as public investors during Britain’s financial revolution, 1690–1750, by Amy M. Froide
vol. 26 (6): 1027-1028
Habitual Offenders: a true tale of nuns, prostitutes and murderers in 17th-century Italy, by Craig A. Monson
vol. 26 (6): 1028-1030
The Threshold of Manifest Destiny: gender and national expansion in Florida, by Laurel Clark Shire
vol. 26 (6): 1030-1031
Writings from the Sand Volume 2: the collected works of Isabelle Eberhardt, edited by Marie-Odile Delacour and Jean-Rene Huleu
vol. 26 (6): 1031-1033
Women’s History in Russia: (re)establishing the field, edited by Marianna Muravyeva and Natalia Novikova
vol. 26 (6): 1033-1035
Pan American Women: U.S. internationalists and revolutionary Mexico, by Megan Threlkeld
vol. 26 (6): 1035-1037
Abortion under Apartheid: nationalism, sexuality, and women’s reproductive rights in South Africa, by Susanne M. Klausen
vol. 26 (6): 1037-1039
Catholic Women’s Movements in Liberal and Fascist Italy, by Helena Dawes
vol. 26 (6): 1039-1041

Volume 26 (5)

Twenty Years On: feminist histories and digital media
vol. 26 (5): 671-677
Twenty Years On: feminist histories and digital media
vol. 26 (5): 671-677
Ephemeral Feminist Histories and the Politics of Transmission within Digital Culture
vol. 26 (5): 678-691
Ephemeral Feminist Histories and the Politics of Transmission within Digital Culture
vol. 26 (5): 678-691
Women's Studies 2.0. Italian Feminist Scholarship in the Digital Age
vol. 26 (5): 692-704
Women's Studies 2.0. Italian Feminist Scholarship in the Digital Age
vol. 26 (5): 692-704
Female Biography and the Digital Turn
vol. 26 (5): 705-720
Female Biography and the Digital Turn
vol. 26 (5): 705-720
Inclusions and Exclusions: considerations for a Stopes digital collection
vol. 26 (5): 721-737
Inclusions and Exclusions: considerations for a Stopes digital collection
vol. 26 (5): 721-737
Recovering from Collective Memory Loss: the Digital Mitford's feminist project
vol. 26 (5): 738-750
Recovering from Collective Memory Loss: the Digital Mitford's feminist project
vol. 26 (5): 738-750
Women's Literary History in Ireland: digitizing The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing
vol. 26 (5): 751-765
Women's Literary History in Ireland: digitizing The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing
vol. 26 (5): 751-765
The Serendipity of Connectivity: piecing together women's lives in the digital archive
vol. 26 (5): 766-780
The Serendipity of Connectivity: piecing together women's lives in the digital archive
vol. 26 (5): 766-780

Volume 26 (4)

Home Fronts, Gender War and Conflict
vol. 26 (4): 523-527
Home Fronts, Gender War and Conflict
vol. 26 (4): 523-527
Supplicants and Guardians: the petitions of Royalist widows during the Civil Wars and Interregnum, 1642–1660
vol. 26 (4): 528-540
Supplicants and Guardians: the petitions of Royalist widows during the Civil Wars and Interregnum, 1642–1660
vol. 26 (4): 528-540
Victims or Survivors: army wives in Ireland during the Crimean War, 1854–56
vol. 26 (4): 541-554
Victims or Survivors: army wives in Ireland during the Crimean War, 1854–56
vol. 26 (4): 541-554
Wearing Black, Wearing Bows: Union women and the politics of dress in the US fashion press, 1861–1865
vol. 26 (4): 555-567
Wearing Black, Wearing Bows: Union women and the politics of dress in the US fashion press, 1861–1865
vol. 26 (4): 555-567
When the Fires Burned Too Close to Home: southern women and the dislocations of the home front in the American Civil War
vol. 26 (4): 568-583
When the Fires Burned Too Close to Home: southern women and the dislocations of the home front in the American Civil War
vol. 26 (4): 568-583