Women's History Review articles

Volume 26 (1)

Taking Work Home: the private secretary and domestic identities in the long 1950s
vol. 26 (1): 62-76
Feelings, Women and Work in the Long 1950s
vol. 26 (1): 77-92
Cosmopolitan Sociability in the British and International Federations of University Women, 1945–1960
vol. 26 (1): 93-109
Special Relationships: mixed-race couples in post-war Britain and the United States
vol. 26 (1): 110-129
Belonging and ‘Unbelonging’: Jewish refugee and survivor women in 1950s Britain
vol. 26 (1): 130-146
What Do Women Want? Housewives’ Associations, Activism and Changing Representations of Women in the 1950s
vol. 26 (1): 147-162

Volume 25 (6)

Editorial Board
vol. 25 (6): 0-0
Remembering Jo Cox (1974–2016)
vol. 25 (6): 869-870
Sisters of Saint George: female membership and material remembrance within the Crossbow Guild of late medieval Ghent
vol. 25 (6): 871-886
‘Give us peace’: Gladys Avery Tillett and the search for women's political activism in the United States, 1945–1950
vol. 25 (6): 887-902
Heterosexual Love in the British Women's Liberation Movement: reflections from the Sisterhood and After archive
vol. 25 (6): 903-924
Opposing Colonialism: the Women's International Democratic Federation and decolonisation struggles in Vietnam and Algeria 1945–1965
vol. 25 (6): 925-944
Rethinking Monastic Suppressions in Revolutionary and Napoleonic Italy: how women religious negotiated for their communities
vol. 25 (6): 945-964
Informing Red Power and Transforming the Second Wave: Native American women and the struggle against coerced sterilization in the 1970s
vol. 25 (6): 965-982
Feminism, activism and academe: a personal reflection
vol. 25 (6): 983-998
A Holocaust Survivor
vol. 25 (6): 999-1005
Historicising the ‘Third Wave’: narratives of contemporary feminism
vol. 25 (6): 1006-1013
Reproducing the British Caribbean: sex, gender, and population politics after slavery, Juanita De Barros
vol. 25 (6): 1014-1015
Family Men: fatherhood and masculinity in Britain, 1914–1960, Laura King
vol. 25 (6): 1016-1018
One Hundred Years of Wartime Nursing Practices, 1854–1953, Jane Brooks & Christine Hallett
vol. 25 (6): 1018-1019
A Child of One’s Own: parental stories, Rachel Bowlby
vol. 25 (6): 1019-1021
Women, Diplomacy and International Politics since 1500, Glenda Sluga & Carolyn James
vol. 25 (6): 1021-1022
The Strange Case of Ermine de Reims: a medieval woman between demons and saints, Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski
vol. 25 (6): 1022-1023
Children and Youth in Premodern Scotland, Janay Nugent & Elizabeth Ewan
vol. 25 (6): 1024-1025
Women and Justice for the Poor: a history of legal aid, 1863–1945, Felice Batlan
vol. 25 (6): 1025-1026
Genteel Women: empire and domestic material culture, 1840–1910, Dianne Lawrence
vol. 25 (6): 1026-1028
Death in the Shape of a Young Girl: women's political violence in the Red Army Faction, by Patricia Melzer
vol. 25 (6): 1028-1030
Father and Daughter: patriarchy, gender and social science, Ann Oakley
vol. 25 (6): 1030-1032
The Lost Wave: women and democracy in post-war Italy, by Molly Tambor
vol. 25 (6): 1032-1034
Doing Women’s Film History: reframing cinemas, past and future, Christine Gledhill & Julia Knight
vol. 25 (6): 1034-1036
Transnational Outrage: the death and commemoration of Edith Cavell, Katie Pickles
vol. 25 (6): 1036-1038

Volume 25 (5)

Corrigendum
vol. 25 (5): 0-0
Historicising the Women's Liberation Movement
vol. 25 (5): 697-700
Etchings from the Attic: looking back at feminist print-making from the 1980s
vol. 25 (5): 701-722
Women's Liberation at the Grass Roots: a view from some English towns, c.1968–1990
vol. 25 (5): 723-740
The Women's Movement and ‘Class Struggle’: gender, class formation and political identity in women's strikes, 1968–78.
vol. 25 (5): 741-755
White Women, Anti-Imperialist Feminism and the Story of Race within the US Women's Liberation Movement
vol. 25 (5): 756-770
‘A Job That Should Be Respected’: contested visions of motherhood and English Canada's second wave women's movements, 1970–1990
vol. 25 (5): 771-790
The 1944 Education Act and Second Wave Feminism
vol. 25 (5): 791-811
Spreading the Word: feminist print cultures and the Women's Liberation Movement
vol. 25 (5): 812-831