Bibliographic update July 2015: Women's History Review

Women's History Review

British Nurseries, Head and Heart: McMillan, Owen and the genesis of the education/care dichotomy
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‘Our own paper’: evaluating the impact of Women's Cricket magazine, 1930–1967
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The Defiant Life of Vera Figner: surviving the Russian Revolution; LYNNE ANN HARTNETT
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Feminist History in Canada: new essays on women, gender, work and nation; CATHERINE CARSTAIRS & NANCY JANOVICEK (Eds)
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Coolie Woman: the odyssey of indenture; GAIUTRA BAHADUR
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Medicine, Morality, and Political Culture. Legislation on Venereal Disease in Five Northern European Countries, c.1870–c.1995; IDA BLOM
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Women on the Move: a review of the historiography of Irish emigration to the USA, 1750–1900
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Abortion Policy and Social Suffering: the objectification of Romanian women's bodies under communism (1966–1989)
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Control over Life, Control over Body: female suicide in early republican Turkey
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Feminism, Gender and Universities: politics, passion and pedagogies; MIRIAM E. DAVID
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Sporting Women and Machonas: negotiating gender through sports in Argentina, 1900–1946
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Risky or Relaxing? Exercise during Pregnancy in Britain, c.1930–1960
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The Spectre of the ‘Man-Woman Athlete’: Mark Weston, Zdenek Koubek, the 1936 Olympics and the uncertainty of sex
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A Free-Spirited Woman: the London diaries of Gladys Langford, 1936–1940; PATRICIA MALCOLMSON & ROBERT MALCOLMSON (Eds)
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An Eventful Journey from Christian Feminism to Christian Humanism
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The Public Voice of Women
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At Home with the Women's Guild of Arts: gender and professional identity in London studios, c.1880–1925
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Gaining a Public Voice: Ottoman women's struggle to survive in the print life of early twentieth-century Ottoman society, and the example of Halide Edib (1884–1964)
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Women, Law and John Stuart Mill
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‘One Can Only Guess What Might Have Happened if the Worker Had Not Intervened in Time': the Liverpool Vigilance Association, moral vulnerability and Irish girls in early- to mid-twentieth-century Liverpool
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