Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Women's History Review

Gendered entanglements: Dakotas and Scandinavians at Spirit Lake, 1900–1930
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Pregnant slaves, workers in labour: amid doctors and masters in a slave-owning city (nineteenth-century Rio de Janeiro)
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‘The earrings:’ friendship across ethnic and gendered boundaries in the American West
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Mothering slaves, labor, and the persistence of slavery in Northeast Brazil: a non-plantation view from the hinterlands of Ceará, 1813–1884
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‘I live off this land:’ Tahltan women and activism in northern British Columbia
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‘She killed not from hate, but from love’: motherhood, melodrama and mercy killing in the case of May Brownhill
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Love, labour, loss: women, refugees and the servant crisis in Britain, 1933–1939
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No Handmaidens Here: women, volunteering and gender dynamics in the Sydney New Theatre
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Midwifery and childbirth among enslaved and freed women in Rio de Janeiro in the first half of the nineteenth century
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Fertility control, shared nurturing, and dual exploitation: the lives of enslaved mothers in the antebellum United States
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Mistresses, motherhood, and maternal exploitation in the Antebellum South
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Gender, money and professional identity: medical social work and the coming of the British National Health Service
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Special issue of Women’s History Review—Mothering slaves: motherhood, childlessness and the care of children in Atlantic slave societies
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Gendered geographies: motherhood, slavery, law, and space in mid-nineteenth-century Cuba
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A ‘fully bloomed’ existence for women: Miyamoto [Chūjō] Yuriko in the Soviet Union, 1927–1930
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Writings from the Sand Volume 2: the collected works of Isabelle Eberhardt, edited by Marie-Odile Delacour and Jean-Rene Huleu
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The African women of the Dos Hermanos slave ship in Cuba: slaves first, mothers second
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Black nannies: hidden and open images in the paintings of Nicolas-Antoine Taunay
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Cernoises and Horrible Cernettes: a history of women at CERN 1954–2017
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Women’s History in Russia: (re)establishing the field, edited by Marianna Muravyeva and Natalia Novikova
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