Journal

Women’s History Summer 2017

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  • Jennifer McNabb on ‘That right may take place’: female witnesses and their stories in early modern English church courts, 6
  • Isabelle Leguy on Women’s voices: Interaction and performance in the courtroom, 1800-1810, 12
  • Peter H. Johnsson on ‘Your Radegund’: Locating an empowered female voice in the verse epistle De excidio Thuringiae of St. Radegund, 18
  • Laura Sims on Empowerment through Postcolonial Critique: Harki Daughters in France, 24
  • Tanya Heflin on ‘Some Job!’ The Private Diary of

Women’s History Spring 2017

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  • Elizabeth A. O’Donnell on Doing Good Quietly: The Life and Work of Teresa Merz (1879 – 1958) of Newcastle upon Tyne, 5
  • Peter Ayres on The Women’s Champion.  Mrs Farquharson of Haughton and Women’s Struggle to Join Scientific Societies, 13
  • Eleanor Fitzsimons on Helena Swanwick and the Coupling of Pacifism to the Struggle for Gender Equality, 20
  • Annemarie van Heerikhuizen on World Peace in the eyes of Bertha von Suttner and Bertha Waszklewicz , 25
  • Irene

Women’s History Autumn 2016

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Special issue: Remembering Eleanor Rathbone (1872-1946)

  • Pat Thane on Eleanor Rathbone and Family Allowances, 5
  • Sumita Mukherjee on Radhabai Subbarayan: Debates on Indian Female Franchise in the 1930s, 10
  • Julie V. Gottlieb on Eleanor Rathbone, the Women Churchillians and Anti-Appeasement, 15
  • Susan Cohen on Eleanor Rathbone, the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees and the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning, 19
  • Anne Logan on The International Work of Margery Fry in the 1930s and ’40s,

Women’s History Summer 2016

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Pregnacy Special Issue

  • Katarzyna Bronk on From one father to another: William Cobbett’s advice on motherhood and maternity, 5
  • Sara Read on ‘Thanksgiving after Twice Miscarrying’: Divine Will, Women, and Miscarriage in Early Modern England, 11
  • Hannah Charnock on ‘This Haunting Sadness’: Press coverage of John Corrie’s Abortion (Amendment) Bill, 1979-1980, 16
  • Chelsea Phillips on Mrs. Pickle’s mistake: the origins of an eighteenth-century satirical print, 23
  • Emma O’Toole on Dressing the expectant mother: Maternity

Women’s History Spring 2016

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  • Charlotte-Rose Millar on Rebecca West’s Demonic Marriage: Exploring Emotions, Ritual and Women’s Agency in Seventeenth-Century England, 4
  • Ruth Cohen on ‘Mothers First’: the Women’s Co–operative Guild’s campaign for maternity care, 1906–18, 11
  • Janet Smith on Helen Taylor’s anti–imperialist feminism: Ireland and the Land League question, 19
  • Amanda Jane Jones on The Sad Strangeness of Separation: Enuresis and Separation Anxiety in Wartime Women’s Fiction, 24
  • Lawrence M. Kaplan on E. Lilian Todd: Aviation Pioneer, 29