Women's History Review articles

Volume 22 (1)

‘Bless the Gods for my pencils and paper’: Katie Gliddon's prison diary, Percy Bysshe Shelley and the suffragettes at Holloway
vol. 22 (1): 148-167
Gender and Justice: violence, intimacy, and community in fin-de-siècle Paris; ELIZA EARLE FERGUSON
vol. 22 (1): 168-170
Roxolana in European Literature, History and Culture; GALINA I. YERMOLENKO (Ed.)
vol. 22 (1): 170-172
Irish Women at War: the twentieth century; GILLIAN McINTOSH & DIANE URQUHART (Eds)
vol. 22 (1): 172-173
Women, Communism, and Industrialization in Postwar Poland; MAŁGORZATA FIDELIS
vol. 22 (1): 173-175

Volume 21 (5)

Editorial Board
vol. 21 (5): 0-0
Introduction: Talking About Sex. Histories of Sexuality in Australia and New Zealand
vol. 21 (5): 691-695
The ‘Condemned Criminals’: sexual violence, race, and manliness in colonial Australia
vol. 21 (5): 697-714
Rethinking Female Pleasure: purity and desire in early twentieth-century Australia
vol. 21 (5): 715-731
The Racial Imperatives of Sex: birth control and eugenics in Britain, the United States and Australia in the interwar years
vol. 21 (5): 733-752
‘Was I cursed?’ ‘Was I hypnotized?’ Ethnic Moralism, Sexual Dilemmas and Spectral Fantasies of Italians in Australia (1956–1964)
vol. 21 (5): 753-771
Trade Talk: the historical metamorphosis of the language of the New Zealand male prostitute between 1900–1981
vol. 21 (5): 773-791
The ‘leniency problem’: a Queensland case study on sentencing male same-sex offences, 1939–1948
vol. 21 (5): 793-811
A Room Full of Women: lesbian bars and social spaces in postwar Sydney
vol. 21 (5): 813-829
The ‘Second Sexual Revolution’, Moral Panic, and the Evasion of Teenage Sexual Subjectivity
vol. 21 (5): 831-847
An Australian History of Lesbian Mothers: two points of emergence
vol. 21 (5): 849-865

Volume 21 (4)

Introduction: Space, Place and Gendered Identities: feminist history and the spatial turn
vol. 21 (4): 523-532
Sexuality in Heterotopia: time, space and love between women in the historic house
vol. 21 (4): 533-551
Making a Scene: struggles over lesbian place-making in anglophone Canada, 1964–1984
vol. 21 (4): 553-569
Place and Power in Irish Farms at the End of the Nineteenth Century1
vol. 21 (4): 571-588
Making Space: English women, letter-writing, and the life of the mind, c.1650–1750
vol. 21 (4): 589-604
Homes Both Sides of the Microphone: the wireless and domestic space in inter-war Britain
vol. 21 (4): 605-621
Changing Spaces: art, politics, and identity in the home studios of the Suffrage Atelier
vol. 21 (4): 623-637
‘Unduly conscious of her sex’: priesthood, female bodies, and sacred space in the Church of England
vol. 21 (4): 639-655
‘To console, to nurse, to prepare for eternity’: the Catholic sickroom in late nineteenth-century England
vol. 21 (4): 657-672
Catching the Waves
vol. 21 (4): 673-678
SUSAN McGANN, ANNE CROWTHER & RONA DOUGALL, The History of the Royal College of Nursing, 1916–90: a voice for nurses
vol. 21 (4): 679-680
MAUREEN DALY GOGGIN & BETH FOWKES TOBIN (Eds), Women and the Material Culture of Needlework and Textiles 1750–1950; MAUREEN DALY GOGGIN & BETH FOWKES TOBIN (Eds), Material Women 1750–1950: consuming desires and collecting practices; MAUREEN DALY GOGGIN &
vol. 21 (4): 681-684
ANGELA V. JOHN, Evelyn Sharp: rebel woman, 1869–1955; EILEEN FAUSET, The Politics of Writing: Julia Kavanagh, 1824–1877
vol. 21 (4): 684-687
KAREN HAGEMANN, GISELA METTELE & JANE RENDALL (Eds), Gender, War and Politics: transatlantic perspectives, 1775-1830
vol. 21 (4): 687-689

Volume 21 (3)

Urgent: The Women's Library under threat
vol. 21 (3): 339-340
Emotional Labour as War Work: women up close and personal with McIndoe's Guinea Pigs
vol. 21 (3): 341-361
‘That All Her Increase Shall Be Free’: enslaved women's bodies and the Maryland 1809 Law of Manumission
vol. 21 (3): 363-378
Women's Voices in Swedish Towns and Cities at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: municipal franchise, polling, eligibility and strategies for universal suffrage
vol. 21 (3): 379-398
Gender, Religion and an Immigrant Minority: Jewish women and the suffrage movement in Britain c.1900–1920
vol. 21 (3): 399-418
‘What Girl Will Now Remain Ignorant Of Swimming?’ Agnes Beckwith, Aquatic Entertainer and Victorian Role Model
vol. 21 (3): 419-446
‘Every family might be its own Economical Housekeeping Company (Limited)’: managing the middle-class home in nineteenth-century England
vol. 21 (3): 447-471
Homemakers, Supervisors, and Peach Stealing Bitches: the role of overseers' wives on slave plantations in eighteenth-century Virginia and South Carolina
vol. 21 (3): 473-494
Remembering Julia Swindells (1951–2011)
vol. 21 (3): 495-496
Borderline Citizens: women, gender, and political culture in Britain, 1815–1867; KATHRYN GLEADLE
vol. 21 (3): 497-498