Editions/Contents

Women’s History Autumn 2018

Special Issue: 1918-2018

The Autumn 2018 special issue edition of Women’s History is available now. The digital version of this edition is available free to all members – see details below.  You may purchase this journal as a hard copy or download by clicking here.

Contents

  • Anne Logan on ‘The Life of Gertrude Eaton (1864–1940): musician, tax resistor and penal reformer’, 5
  • Christopher Wiley on ‘Ethel Smyth, Suffrage and Surrey: From Frimley Green to Hook Heath, Woking’, 11
  • Alexandra Hughes-Johnson on “‘Here indeed one can say this life has been lived abundantly’: The life and political career of Rose

Women’s History Spring 2018

The Spring 2018 edition of Women’s History is available now. The digital version of this edition is available free to all members – see details below.  You may purchase this journal as a hard copy or download by clicking here.

Contents

  • Brianna Robertson-Kirkland and Elizabeth Ford on ‘Women and Education in the Long Eighteenth Century’, 3
  • Elizabeth Ford on ‘Music lessons for girls in eighteenth-century Scotland’, 4
  • Katrina Faulds on ‘Dance and dance music at girls’ boarding schools in England at the turn of the nineteenth century’, 9
  • Penelope Cave on ‘Musical mothers and the Mother Church: Lessons from

Women’s History Autumn 2017

The Autumn 2017 edition of Women’s History is available now. The digital version of this edition is available free to all members – see details below.  You may purchase this journal as a hard copy or download by clicking here.

Contents

  • Albert Gallon on ‘Thriving in a man’s world: Elizabeth Martin Knight (c.1670-1737) of Chawton and West Dean, 4

Women’s History Summer 2017

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Contents

  • 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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Contents

  • 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