Bibliographic update July 2016: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

The Home Front in the ‘Westminster Village': women staff in Parliament during the Second World War
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German Women and the Home Front in the Second World War: daily life, work and the impact of war
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Theorising the Women's Liberation Movement as Cultural Heritage
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‘A Job That Should Be Respected’: contested visions of motherhood and English Canada's second wave women's movements, 1970–1990
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Opposing Colonialism: the Women's International Democratic Federation and decolonisation struggles in Vietnam and Algeria 1945–1965
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Women's Liberation at the Grass Roots: a view from some English towns, c.1968–1990
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The Women's Movement and ‘Class Struggle’: gender, class formation and political identity in women's strikes, 1968–78.
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White Women, Anti-Imperialist Feminism and the Story of Race within the US Women's Liberation Movement
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Informing Red Power and Transforming the Second Wave: Native American women and the struggle against coerced sterilization in the 1970s
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Sisters of Saint George: female membership and material remembrance within the Crossbow Guild of late medieval Ghent
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The 1944 Education Act and Second Wave Feminism
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Victims or Survivors: army wives in Ireland during the Crimean War, 1854–56
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Heterosexual Love in the British Women's Liberation Movement: reflections from the Sisterhood and After archive
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‘I Had the Men from the Start’: General Benjamin Butler's occupation of New Orleans
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‘Call Us Ms.’: Viva and arguments for Kenyan women's respectable citizenship 1975–80
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Spreading the Word: feminist print cultures and the Women's Liberation Movement
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When the Fires Burned Too Close to Home: southern women and the dislocations of the home front in the American Civil War
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Revisioning the History of Girls and Women in Britain in the Long 1950s
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Belonging and ‘Unbelonging’: Jewish refugee and survivor women in 1950s Britain
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Fighting for Recovery: foremothers and feminism in the 1970s
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