Bibliographic update April 2017: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

Women, Work and the Victorian Periodical: Living by the Press, Marianne Van Remoortel
vol. 26 (3): 503-504
Sexual Forensics in Victorian and Edwardian England: age, crime and consent in the courts, by Victoria Bates
vol. 26 (3): 518-520
Amatory Pleasures: explorations in eighteenth-century sexual culture, Julie Peakman
vol. 26 (3): 520-522
Women's and Gender Studies of the Russian Past: two contemporary trends
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‘Organizing’ Meiji Women: the role of the Japanese chapter of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union for individual activists, 1900–1905
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War Within and Without: Irish women in the First World War era
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Women, War Work and the State in Ireland, 1914–1918
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‘A Glass Half Full’? Women's history in the UK
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Suffragettes and the Scottish Press during the First World War
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Antimilitarism, Citizenship and Motherhood: the formation and early years of the Women’s International League (WIL), 1915–1919
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Gendered musical responses to First World War experiences
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What the Women Did: remembering or reducing women of the First World War on the contemporary British stage
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Louise Michel’s London years: A political reassessment (1890–1905)
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The Carer, the Combatant and the Clandestine: images of women in the First World War in War Illustrated magazine
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‘A Matter of Individual Opinion and Feeling’: The changing culture of mourning dress in the First World War
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‘My Husband is Interested in War Generally’: gender, family history and the emotional legacies of total war
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Representing, Remembering and Rewriting Women’s Histories of the First World War
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‘Giddy Girls’, ‘Scandalous Statements’ and a ‘Burst Bubble’: the war babies panic of 1914–1915
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