Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Women's History Review

In the Thick of the Fight: the writing of Emily Wilding Davison, militant suffragette; CAROLYN P. COLLETTE
vol. 24 (4): 649-651
Women of the World: the rise of the female diplomat; HELEN McCARTHY
vol. 24 (4): 653-654
The Women's Liberation Movement in Scotland; SARAH BROWNE
vol. 24 (4): 651-652
Sacred Communities, Shared Devotions: gender, material culture, and monasticism in late medieval Germany; JUNE L. MECHAM, edited by ALISON I. BEACH, CONSTANCE H. BERMAN & LISA M. BITEL
vol. 24 (4): 645-647
Crafting the Woman Professional in the Long Nineteenth Century: artistry and industry in Britain; KYRIAKI HADJIAFXENDI & PATRICIA ZAKRESKI (Eds)
vol. 24 (4): 643-645
What's Love Got to Do with It? Dynastic Politics and Motherhood in the Letters of Eleonora of Aragon and her Daughters
vol. 24 (4): 528-547
‘My daughter, my dear’: the correspondence of Catherine de Médicis and Elisabeth de Valois
vol. 24 (4): 548-569
Tenderness, Tittle-tattle and Truth in Mother–Daughter Letters: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Mary Wortley Montagu Stuart, Countess of Bute, and Lady Louisa Stuart
vol. 24 (4): 570-590
Social Negotiations in Correspondence between Mothers and Daughters in Tudor and Early Stuart England
vol. 24 (4): 502-527
A Stitch in Time: the needlework of aging women in antebellum America; AIMEE E. NEWELL
vol. 24 (4): 627-629
‘A conscientious and well-informed Victorian mother’: Elizabeth Gaskell's letters to her daughters
vol. 24 (4): 591-602
Letters between Mothers and Daughters
vol. 24 (4): 483-489
From ‘Dearest Mama’ to ‘Dear Mother’: changing styles in early twentieth-century letters from daughters to mothers
vol. 24 (4): 603-620
‘Just Surviving’: domestic work as a form of structural violence in Sistren Theatre Collective's Domestick
vol. 24 (3): 351-371
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