Bibliographic update January 2017: All

Gender and History

From Control to Terror: German Prostitution Policies in Eastern and Western European Territories during both World Wars
Maren Röger, Emmanuel Debruyne, vol. 28 (3): 687-708
‘Shirkers’, ‘Scrimjacks’ and ‘Scrimshanks’?: British Civilian Masculinity and Reserved Occupations, 1914–45
Juliette Pattinson, vol. 28 (3): 709-727
‘My Body was Aflame with His Memory’: War, Gender and Colonial Ghosts in Hiroshima mon amour (1959)
Sandrine Sanos, vol. 28 (3): 728-753
From Partisan Warfare to Memory Battlefields: Two Women's Stories about the Second World War and Its Aftermath in Lithuania
Dovilė Budrytė, vol. 28 (3): 754-774
Gender and Post-war Relief: Support for War-Widowed Mothers in Occupied Japan (1945–52)
Akiko Takenaka, vol. 28 (3): 775-793
Rape as a Weapon of War(riors): The Militarisation of Sexual Violence in the United States, 1990–2000
Josh Cerretti, vol. 28 (3): 794-812
‘The Men Have Come’: Gender and Militarisation in Kampala, 1966–86
Benjamin Twagira, vol. 28 (3): 813-832
‘My Daughter was Genetically Drafted with me’: US-Vietnam War Veterans, Disabilities and Gender
Leslie J. Reagan, vol. 28 (3): 833-853
vol. 28 (3): 862-865
The Corporeal Empire: Physical Education and Politicising Children's Bodies in Late Colonial Bengal
Sudipa Topdar, ONLINE EARLY
The Charms of Women and Priests: Sex, Magic, Gender and Public Order in Late Medieval Italy
Corinne Wieben, ONLINE EARLY
The Book of Marriage: Histories of Muslim Women in Twentieth-Century Australia
Samia Khatun, ONLINE EARLY

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

The ballad of Alan and Auntie Beeb: Alan Lomax’s radio programmes for the BBC, 1943–1960
vol. 36 (4): 604-626
Channel 4 and the declining influence of organized religion on UK television. The case of Jesus: The Evidence
vol. 36 (4): 668-688
Roger Casement on Screen: The Background Story on an Historical Film Opportunity, 1915–1916
vol. 36 (4): 493-508
Resisting Hollywood dominance in sixties British cinema: the NFFC/rank joint financing initiative
vol. 36 (4): 548-568
Cinema advertising and the Sea Witch ‘Lost Island’ film (1965)
vol. 36 (4): 569-586
Exploiting local controversy: regional British censorship of Last Tango in Paris (1972)
vol. 36 (4): 587-603
A transnational history of radio listening groups II: Canada, Australia and the world
vol. 36 (4): 627-648
Trophy, evidence, document: appropriating an archive film from Liepaja, 1941
vol. 36 (4): 509-528
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