Bibliographic update October 2017: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

Twenty Years On: feminist histories and digital media
vol. 26 (5): 671-677
Recovering from Collective Memory Loss: the Digital Mitford's feminist project
vol. 26 (5): 738-750
Inclusions and Exclusions: considerations for a Stopes digital collection
vol. 26 (5): 721-737
Ephemeral Feminist Histories and the Politics of Transmission within Digital Culture
vol. 26 (5): 678-691
Female Biography and the Digital Turn
vol. 26 (5): 705-720
The Serendipity of Connectivity: piecing together women's lives in the digital archive
vol. 26 (5): 766-780
Women's Literary History in Ireland: digitizing The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing
vol. 26 (5): 751-765
Women's Studies 2.0. Italian Feminist Scholarship in the Digital Age
vol. 26 (5): 692-704
Twenty Years On: feminist histories and digital media
vol. 26 (5): 671-677
Recovering from Collective Memory Loss: the Digital Mitford's feminist project
vol. 26 (5): 738-750
Inclusions and Exclusions: considerations for a Stopes digital collection
vol. 26 (5): 721-737
Ephemeral Feminist Histories and the Politics of Transmission within Digital Culture
vol. 26 (5): 678-691
Female Biography and the Digital Turn
vol. 26 (5): 705-720
The Serendipity of Connectivity: piecing together women's lives in the digital archive
vol. 26 (5): 766-780
Women's Literary History in Ireland: digitizing The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing
vol. 26 (5): 751-765
Pan American Women: U.S. internationalists and revolutionary Mexico, by Megan Threlkeld
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Catholic Women’s Movements in Liberal and Fascist Italy, by Helena Dawes
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‘Better business women for a better business world’ in Australia and beyond: the ‘world minded’ women of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women
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The feminist appropriation of pregnancy testing in 1970s Britain
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Abortion under Apartheid: nationalism, sexuality, and women’s reproductive rights in South Africa, by Susanne M. Klausen
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