Bibliographic update April 2016: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

‘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
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The Law and Politics of Marital Rape in England, 1945–1994
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Taking Work Home: the private secretary and domestic identities in the long 1950s
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Cosmopolitan Sociability in the British and International Federations of University Women, 1945–1960
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Special Relationships: mixed-race couples in post-war Britain and the United States
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What Do Women Want? Housewives’ Associations, Activism and Changing Representations of Women in the 1950s
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‘Nothing gets her goat!’ The Farmer's Wife and the Duality of Rural Femininity in the Young Farmers' Club Movement in 1950s Britain
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Feelings, Women and Work in the Long 1950s
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Historicising the ‘Third Wave’: narratives of contemporary feminism
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Teetering on the Edge: portraits of innocence, risk and young female sexualities in 1950s’ and 1960s' British cinema
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Women, Marriage and Paid Work in Post-war Britain
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Justice, Morality or Politics: why did the British legal system execute Selina Wadge?
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Women and Lancashire Conservatism between the Wars
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The Public Life of Charlotte Carmichael Stopes
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Borders, Conflict Zones, and Memory: scholarly engagements with Luisa Passerini
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Response on Borders, Conflict Zones, and Memory
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On Luisa Passerini: subjectivity, Europe, affective historiography
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‘The salvation of them’: emigration to North America from the nineteenth-century Irish women's convict prison
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From Settlers to Strays: white Zimbabwean women, historical memory and belonging in the diaspora c.1980–2010
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‘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
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