Women's History Review articles

Volume 22 (4)

Geographies of Belonging: white women and black history
vol. 22 (4): 541-558
Twenty Years On: feminism's ‘three body problem’
vol. 22 (4): 559-575
Gendering the Historiography of the Suffragette Movement in Edwardian Britain: some reflections
vol. 22 (4): 576-590
Peg's War: a story told through letters
vol. 22 (4): 591-606
‘Fit to Fight, Fit to Mix’: sexual patriotism in Second World War Britain
vol. 22 (4): 607-624
Between the Transnational and the Local: mapping the trajectories and contexts of the Wages for Housework campaign in 1970s Italian feminism
vol. 22 (4): 625-642
An Irregular Period? Participation in the Bradford Women's Liberation Movement
vol. 22 (4): 643-657
Reassess Your Weapons: the making of feminist memory in young women's zines
vol. 22 (4): 658-672
Twenty Years On: remembering the origins of the Women's History Network (UK)
vol. 22 (4): 673-684
With Cauliflowers, Kisses and Banners: ‘community’, radical politics, embodied activity and art in the early Women's History Network (UK)
vol. 22 (4): 685-693
Gardening Women: their stories from 1600 to the present; CATHERINE HORWOOD
vol. 22 (4): 694-695
Material Relations: domestic interiors and middle-class families in England, 1850–1910; JANE HAMLETT
vol. 22 (4): 695-697
The Unsociable Sociability of Women's Lifewriting; ANNE COLLETT & LOUISE D'ARCENS (Eds)
vol. 22 (4): 697-699

Volume 22 (3)

Remembering Emily Wilding Davison (1872–1913)
vol. 22 (3): 353-362
Mary Carpenter and the Brahmo Samaj of India: a transnational perspective on social reform in the age of empire
vol. 22 (3): 363-385
Boarding School Fictions: schoolgirls' own communities of learning
vol. 22 (3): 386-402
‘What woman is safe…?’: coerced medical examinations, suspected infanticide, and the response of the women's movement in Britain, 1871–1881
vol. 22 (3): 403-421
‘Quite the opposite of a feminist’: Phyllis McGinley, Betty Friedan and discourses of gender in mid-century American culture
vol. 22 (3): 422-439
‘An Adamless Eden’: counterpublics and women writers' sociability at the fin de siècle through the experiences of Flora Annie Steel
vol. 22 (3): 440-459
‘Between Slavery and Freedom’: the expulsion and enslavement of free women of colour in the US South before the Civil War
vol. 22 (3): 460-477
Gertrude Tuckwell and the British Labour Movement, 1891–1921: a study in motives and influences
vol. 22 (3): 478-496
Moving Subjects: gender, mobility and intimacy in an age of global empire; TONY BALLANTYNE & ANTOINETTE BURTON (Eds)
vol. 22 (3): 497-498
The Communion of Women: missions and gender in colonial Africa and the British metropole; ELIZABETH PREVOST
vol. 22 (3): 499-501
Surviving Hitler's War: family life in Germany, 1939–48; HESTER VAIZEY
vol. 22 (3): 501-502
Nine Wartime Lives: Mass-Observation and the making of the modern self; JAMES HINTON
vol. 22 (3): 503-505
Transgender History; SUSAN STRYKER, Bodies in Doubt: an American history of intersex; ELIZABETH REIS
vol. 22 (3): 505-509
The Visions of Isobel Gowdie: magic, witchcraft and dark shamanism in seventeenth-century Scotland; EMMA WILBY
vol. 22 (3): 509-511
Pioneer Chinese Christian Women: gender, Christianity, and social mobility; JESSIE G. LUTZ (Ed.)
vol. 22 (3): 511-513
Sex before Sexuality: a premodern history; KIM M. PHILLIPS & BARRY REAY
vol. 22 (3): 513-514
Gender and Early Modern Constructions of Childhood; NAOMI J. MILLER & NAOMI YAVNEH (Eds)
vol. 22 (3): 514-516
Gender and the English Revolution; ANN HUGHES
vol. 22 (3): 516-518
Women and Economic Activities in Late Medieval Ghent; SHENNAN HUTTON
vol. 22 (3): 518-520

Volume 22 (2)

Introduction: Performing the Self: women's lives in historical perspective
vol. 22 (2): 177-181
Performing the Self, Performing the Other: gender and racial identity construction in the Nanteuil Cycle
vol. 22 (2): 182-196
Writing the Self: the journal of Sarah Stoddart Hazlitt, 1774–1843
vol. 22 (2): 197-210
Writing Women's Histories: women in the colonial record of nineteenth-century Hong Kong
vol. 22 (2): 211-224
Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon's Travel Letters: performative identity-formation in epistolary narratives
vol. 22 (2): 225-238
‘A notable personality’: Isabella Fyvie Mayo in the public and private spheres of Aberdeen
vol. 22 (2): 239-252
‘The Subject is Obscene: No Lady Would Dream of Alluding to It’: Marie Stopes and her courtroom dramas
vol. 22 (2): 253-266
Body and Self: learning to be modern in 1920s–1930s Britain
vol. 22 (2): 267-279