Bibliographic update October 2017: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

Women in the shadow war: gender, class and MI5 in the Second World War
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One woman’s campaign: Stella Benson and the regulation of prostitution in 1930s colonial Hong Kong
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Aspects of agency: change and constraint in the activism of Mary Sumner, founder of the Anglican Mothers’ Union
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Defying racial prejudice: second world war relationships between British women and black GIs and the raising of their offspring
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‘Good Hungarian women’ vs. ‘radicals, feminists, and Jewish intellectuals’: Rosika Schwimmer and the Hungarian Women’s Debating Club in 1918–1919
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Benefiting from the ‘comforts of ease & afluence’: The experience of female business retirement in the diary of Sarah Florry
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Benefiting from the ‘comforts of ease & afluence’: The experience of female business retirement in the diary of Sarah Florry
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Challenging constructions of nationhood and nostalgia: exploring the role of gender, race and age in struggles for women’s rights in Scandinavia
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African mothers in the city of Bahia, 1734–99
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Beyond suffrage: the role of Cuban women in the state-building years of a failed democracy (1940–1952)
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Helen Taylor’s work for land nationalisation in Great Britain and Ireland 1879–1907: women’s political agency in the British Victorian land movement
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Corrigendum
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Women’s agency, activism and organisation
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Women’s agency, activism and organisation
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Corrigendum
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Emotions in the history of Witchcraft (Palgrave studies in the history of emotions), edited by Laura Kounine and Michael Ostling
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Women and the material culture of death, edited by Maureen Daly Groggin and Beth Fowkes Tobin
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Perceptions of pregnancy from the seventeenth to the twentieth century, edited by Jennifer Evans and Ciara Meehan
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Women classical scholars. Unsealing the fountain from the renaissance to Jacqueline de Romilly, edited by Rosie Wyles and Edith Hall
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Helen Taylor’s work for land nationalisation in Great Britain and Ireland 1879–1907: women’s political agency in the British Victorian land movement
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