Bibliographic update October 2016: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

From Hiroshima to Lausanne: the World Congress of Mothers and the Hahaoya Taikai in the 1950s
vol. 25 (4): 671-695
Feminising Empire? British Women's Activist Networks in Defending and Challenging Empire from 1918 to Decolonisation
vol. 25 (4): 499-519
‘Going on with our little movement in the hum drum-way which alone is possible in a land like this’: Olive Schreiner and suffrage networks in Britain and South Africa, 1905–1913
vol. 25 (4): 536-550
‘The salvation of them’: emigration to North America from the nineteenth-century Irish women's convict prison
vol. 25 (4): 619-637
From Settlers to Strays: white Zimbabwean women, historical memory and belonging in the diaspora c.1980–2010
vol. 25 (4): 551-562
‘The Women's Branch of the Commonwealth Relations Office’: the Society for the Overseas Settlement of British Women and the long life of empire migration
vol. 25 (4): 520-535
The Women's Party of Great Britain (1917–1919): a forgotten episode in British women's political history
vol. 25 (4): 638-651
‘Immorality’, Nationalism and the Colonial State in British Malaya: Indian ‘coolie’ women's intimate lives as ideological battleground
vol. 25 (4): 584-601
Connecting Women's Histories: the local and the global
vol. 25 (4): 493-498
The National and International in Making a Feminist: the case of Alexandra Gripenberg
vol. 25 (4): 652-670
‘Belles from Bristol and Bournville in New Surroundings’: female confectionery workers as transnational agents, 1918–1928
vol. 25 (4): 563-583
International and Modern Ideals in Irish Female Medical Missionary Activity, 1937–1962
vol. 25 (4): 602-618
Victims or Survivors: army wives in Ireland during the Crimean War, 1854–56
Heterosexual Love in the British Women's Liberation Movement: reflections from the Sisterhood and After archive
‘I Had the Men from the Start’: General Benjamin Butler's occupation of New Orleans
‘Call Us Ms.’: Viva and arguments for Kenyan women's respectable citizenship 1975–80
Spreading the Word: feminist print cultures and the Women's Liberation Movement
When the Fires Burned Too Close to Home: southern women and the dislocations of the home front in the American Civil War
Revisioning the History of Girls and Women in Britain in the Long 1950s
Belonging and ‘Unbelonging’: Jewish refugee and survivor women in 1950s Britain
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