Bibliographic update April 2014: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

Aloha America: hula circuits through the US empire; ADRIA L. IMADA
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The Notorious Elizabeth Tuttle: marriage, murder and madness in the family of Jonathan Edwards; AVA CHAMBERLAIN
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Olivia Manning: a woman at war; DEIRDRE DAVID
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Lyric Poetry by Women of the Italian Renaissance; VIRGINIA COX
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Married Women and the Law in Premodern Northwest Europe; CORDELIA BEATTIE & MATTHEW FRANK STEVENS (Eds)
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Women and Citizenship in Britain and Ireland in the Twentieth Century: what difference did the vote make?; ESTHER BREITENBACH & PAT THANE (Eds)
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Divorce in Medieval England: from one to two persons in law; SARA M. BUTLER
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The Letter Collection of Peter Abelard and Heloise. DAVID LUSCOMBE (Ed.), BETTY RADICE (Trans), rev DAVID LUSCOMBE
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Female Economic Strategies in the Modern World; BEATRICE MORING (Ed.)
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Nothing Special? Propaganda and Women's Roles in Late First World War Britain
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The Representation of ‘Baby-Farmers’ in the Scottish City, 1867–1908
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Defining Female Subjectivities in Italy: motherhood and abortion in the individual and collective memories of the 1970s women's movement in Bologna
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Medieval Anchoritisms: gender, space and the solitary life; LIZ HERBERT McAVOY
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Ritual and Conflict: the social relations of childbirth in early modern England. ADRIAN WILSON
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The Senses in Religious Communities, 1600–1800: early modern ‘convents of pleasure’; NICKY HALLETT
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Witches of the North: Scotland and Finnmark. LIV HELENE WILLUMSEN
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Was There Ever a Time when Girls Weren't in Trouble?
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Organising and Representing Women: the historical case of the Female Confectioners Union
vol. 23 (1): 43-59
The Spectacle of Woman as Creator: representation of women composers in the French, German and English feminist press 1880–1930
vol. 23 (1): 18-42
Women's Refuges and the State in Victoria, Australia: a campaign for secrecy of address
vol. 23 (1): 60-81
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