Bibliographic update July 2016: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

Gabrielle Petit: the death and life of a female spy in the First World War; SOPHIE DE SCHAEPDRIJVER
vol. 25 (3): 486-488
‘Bodies Across Borders. Oral And Visual Memory in Europe and Beyond’ (BABE): a conversation with Luisa Passerini, Donna Gabaccia, and Franca Iacovetta
vol. 25 (3): 458-469
Magic and Masculinity: ritual magic and gender in the early modern era; FRANCIS TIMBERS
vol. 25 (3): 479-480
‘Memory Speaks from Today’: analyzing oral histories of female members of the MIR in Chile through the work of Luisa Passerini
vol. 25 (3): 382-407
Destroyed by Love: nation, memory, and humanity in South Asia
vol. 25 (3): 427-446
‘The dumpling in my soup was lonely just like me’: food in the memories of Mennonite women refugees
vol. 25 (3): 365-381
Borders, Conflict Zones, and Memory: scholarly engagements with Luisa Passerini
vol. 25 (3): 345-364
Response on Borders, Conflict Zones, and Memory
vol. 25 (3): 447-457
On Luisa Passerini: subjectivity, Europe, affective historiography
vol. 25 (3): 408-426
Women, Law and John Stuart Mill
vol. 25 (2): 227-253
‘One Can Only Guess What Might Have Happened if the Worker Had Not Intervened in Time': the Liverpool Vigilance Association, moral vulnerability and Irish girls in early- to mid-twentieth-century Liverpool
vol. 25 (2): 254-273
‘The Defection of Women’: the New Zealand Contagious Diseases Act repeal campaign and transnational feminist dialogue in the late nineteenth century
vol. 25 (2): 187-206
The Work of Memory: embodiment, materiality and home in Jeanne Bouvier's autobiographical writings
vol. 25 (2): 207-226
The Home Front in Britain: images, myths and forgotten experiences since 1914; MAGGIE ANDREWS & JANIS LOMAS (Eds)
vol. 25 (2): 341-343
Documents of Life Revisited: narrative and biographical methodology for a 21st century critical humanism; LIZ STANLEY (Ed.)
vol. 25 (2): 337-339
Veiled Warriors: allied nurses of the First World War; CHRISTINE E. HALLETT
vol. 25 (2): 339-341
Women's Citizenship and the First World War: general remarks and a case study of women's enfranchisement in Austria and Germany
vol. 25 (2): 274-295
‘Everyone needs a holiday from work, why not mothers?’ Motherhood, Feminism and Citizenship at the Australian Royal Commission on Human Relationships, 1974–1977
vol. 25 (2): 320-336
One History or Many Herstories? Gender politics and the history of physiotherapy's origins in the nineteenth and early twentieth century
vol. 25 (2): 296-319
‘Sentimental Follies’ or ‘Instruments of Tremendous Uplift’? reconsidering women's same-sex relationships in interwar Britain
vol. 25 (1): 124-142
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