Women's History Review articles

Volume 26 (4)

The Home Front in the ‘Westminster Village': women staff in Parliament during the Second World War
vol. 26 (4): 608-620
Lee Miller's Wrens in Camera
vol. 26 (4): 621-633
German Women and the Home Front in the Second World War: daily life, work and the impact of war
vol. 26 (4): 634-646
At Home in Postwar France: modern mass housing and the right to comfort, Nicole C. Rudolph
vol. 26 (4): 647-649
Women of Letters: gender, writing and the life of the mind in early modern England, by Leonie Hannan
vol. 26 (4): 649-650
Genocide and Gender in the Twentieth Century: a comparative survey, Amy E. Randall
vol. 26 (4): 651-652
African Women: a historical panorama, by Patricia W. Romero
vol. 26 (4): 652-654
Gender Hurts. A Feminist Analysis of the Politics of Transgenderism, by Sheila Jeffreys
vol. 26 (4): 655-656
Gendering the settler state: White women, race, liberalism and empire in Rhodesia, 1950–1980, by Kate Law
vol. 26 (4): 656-658
Sewing, Fighting and Writing: radical practices in work, politics and culture, by Maria Tamboukou
vol. 26 (4): 658-660
Women and the City, Women in the City: a gendered perspective on Ottoman urban history, by Nazan Maksudyan
vol. 26 (4): 660-662
Adolescence in Modern Irish History, Catherine Cox & Susannah Riordan
vol. 26 (4): 662-663
Celestial Women: imperial wives and concubines in China from Song to Qing, by Keith McMahon
vol. 26 (4): 664-665
Women, Credit, and Debt in Early Modern Scotland: gender in history, by Cathryn Spence
vol. 26 (4): 666-667
Infant Mortality and Working-Class Child Care, 1850–1899, by Melanie Reynolds
vol. 26 (4): 667-668
Odd Women? Spinsters, lesbians and widows in British women’s fiction, 1850s–1930s, by Emma Liggins
vol. 26 (4): 669-670

Volume 26 (3)

‘I Had the Men from the Start’: General Benjamin Butler's occupation of New Orleans
vol. 26 (3): 319-328
Women and Lancashire Conservatism between the Wars
vol. 26 (3): 329-349
The Public Life of Charlotte Carmichael Stopes
vol. 26 (3): 350-362
The All-Asian Women's Conference 1931: Indian women and their leadership of a pan-Asian feminist organisation
vol. 26 (3): 363-381
The Law and Politics of Marital Rape in England, 1945–1994
vol. 26 (3): 382-413
‘Call Us Ms.’: Viva and arguments for Kenyan women's respectable citizenship 1975–80
vol. 26 (3): 414-432
‘Do not forget your bit wife’: love, marriage and the negotiation of patriarchy in Irish Presbyterian marriages, c. 1780–1850
vol. 26 (3): 433-454
Justice, Morality or Politics: why did the British legal system execute Selina Wadge?
vol. 26 (3): 455-476
Filipino Elite Women and Public Health in the American Colonial Era, 1906–1940
vol. 26 (3): 477-502
Women, Work and the Victorian Periodical: Living by the Press, Marianne Van Remoortel
vol. 26 (3): 503-504
Birth, Sex and Abuse: women's voices under Nazi Rule, by Beverley Chalmers
vol. 26 (3): 504-506
Julie Christie, by Melanie Bell
vol. 26 (3): 506-508
Migrant Women's Voices: talking about life and work in the UK since 1945, Linda McDowell
vol. 26 (3): 508-509
Fearless Femininity by Women in American Theatre 1910s to 2010s, by Lynne Greeley
vol. 26 (3): 510-511
Pre-School Childcare in England 1939–2010, Angela Davis
vol. 26 (3): 511-513
Vanishing For The Vote: suffrage, citizenship and the battle for the census, Jill Liddington
vol. 26 (3): 513-515
Behind the Wireless: a history of early women at the BBC, Kate Murphy
vol. 26 (3): 515-516
Fatal Love: spousal killers, law and punishment in the late colonial Spanish Atlantic, Victor M. Uribe-Uran
vol. 26 (3): 516-518
Sexual Forensics in Victorian and Edwardian England: age, crime and consent in the courts, by Victoria Bates
vol. 26 (3): 518-520
Amatory Pleasures: explorations in eighteenth-century sexual culture, Julie Peakman
vol. 26 (3): 520-522

Volume 26 (2)

Women's International Activism during the Inter-War Period, 1919–1939
vol. 26 (2): 163-172
Peace at any Price: the Visit of Nazi Women's Leader Gertrud Scholtz-Klink to London in March 1939 and the Response of British Women Activists
vol. 26 (2): 173-194
‘A woman so curiously fear-free and venturesome’: Eleanor Franklin Egan reporting the Great Russian Famine, 1922
vol. 26 (2): 195-212
War, Transnationalism and Medical Women's Activism: the Medical Women's International Association and the Women's Foundation for Health in the aftermath of the First World War
vol. 26 (2): 213-228