Bibliographic update July 2014: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

Beginning an ‘Extraordinary Opportunity’: Eleanor Roosevelt, Molly Dewson, and the expansion of women's boundaries in the Democratic Party, 1924–1934
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Emotional Deviants and the Politics of Love: ‘spiritual friendships’ in late nineteenth-century Christchurch
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Florence and Rosamond Davenport Hill and the Development of Boarding Out in England and Australia: a study in cultural transmission
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Left Activism, Succour and Selfhood: the epistolary friendship of two revolutionary mothers in 1970s Britain
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Cold War Progressives: women's interracial organizing for peace and freedom; JACQUELINE CASTLEDINE
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Women, Terrorism and Trauma in Italian Culture; RUTH GLYNN
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‘If I strive not after my own salvation, who shall strive for me, and if not now, when?’ The Role of Religion in the West Central Jewish Working Girls' Club, 1893–1939
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Beyond National Borders; ‘Italian’ Patriots United in the Name of Giuseppe Mazzini: Emilie Ashurst, Margaret Fuller and Jessie White Mario
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Constantinople Woman's College: constructing gendered, religious, and political identities in an American institution in the Late Ottoman Empire
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Matters of the Heart: a history of interracial marriage in New Zealand; ANGELA WANHALLA
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Women, Sport and Modernity in Interwar Britain; FIONA SKILLEN
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Katie Gale: a Coast Salish woman’s life on Oyster Bay; LLYN De DANAAN
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‘A most diabolical deed’: infanticide and Irish society, 1850–1900; ELAINE FARRELL
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Irish Women in Medicine, c.1880s–1920s: origins, education and careers; LAURA KELLY
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‘The perfect equality of all persons before the law’: the Personal Rights Association and the discourse of civil rights in Britain, 1871–1885
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‘A Little Tragedy of Two Races and Two Traditions’: gender and nationality in the historical fiction of Hilda Vaughan
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Barbara Wootton (1897–1988): pioneering social scientist, feminist and policymaker
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Romancing the Self in Early Modern Englishwomen's Life Writing; JULIE A. ECKERLE
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Rebels at the Bar: the fascinating, forgotten stories of America’s first women lawyers; JILL NORGREN
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The English Convents in Exile, 1600–1800: communities, culture and identity; CAROLINE BOWDEN & JAMES E. KELLY
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