Bibliographic update October 2017: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

From Invisibility to Marginality: women's history in Romania
vol. 27 (1): 48-57
Women’s History at the Cutting Edge in Japan
vol. 27 (1): 58-70
Women's History in Many Places: reflections on plurality, diversity and polyversality
vol. 27 (1): 109-119
Introduction
vol. 27 (1): 1-5
The Dangers of Complacency: women’s history/gender history in Canada in the twenty-first century
vol. 27 (1): 29-40
The History of Women and Gender: French perspectives on the last twenty years
vol. 27 (1): 41-47
Women's History at the Cutting Edge: a joint paper in two voices
vol. 27 (1): 6-28
Women's and Gender Studies of the Russian Past: two contemporary trends
vol. 27 (1): 71-87
‘A Glass Half Full’? Women's history in the UK
vol. 27 (1): 88-108
American Girls in Red Russia: chasing the Soviet dream
vol. 27 (1): 130-131
Our Fighting Sisters: nation, memory and gender in Algeria, 1954–2012
vol. 27 (1): 120-129
Maternal Responsibility and Traceable Loss: medicine and miscarriage in twentieth-century Australia
vol. 26 (6): 840-856
The Female Student on Trial, 1910–1915: Dorothy M. Gladish versus University College Nottingham versus Oscar Wilde
vol. 26 (6): 880-899
‘Wearing the Breeches’? Almack’s, the Female Patroness, and Public Femininity c.1764–1848
vol. 26 (6): 822-839
Matilda Gage Writes a World History of Women
vol. 26 (6): 900-914
Compensating Irish Female Revolutionaries, 1916–1923
vol. 26 (6): 915-934
Women in Defense of Workers: Ella Winter, the literary left, and labor journalism in California
vol. 26 (6): 857-879
The Faux Debate in North American Suffrage History
vol. 26 (6): 1013-1020
‘Granny thinking what she is going to write in her book’: religion, politics and the Pontefract by-election of 1872 in Josephine Butler’s Personal Reminiscences of a Great Crusade (1896)
vol. 26 (6): 935-952
Neither worker nor housewife but citizen: BBC’s Woman’s Hour 1946–1955
vol. 26 (6): 953-974
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