Journal, Women's History Journal

ISSUE 70, Autumn/Winter 2012

  • Laura Hamer on Negating gender politics and challenging the establishment: women and the prix de Rome in musical composition, 4-12
  • Lesley Hall on Articulating abortion in interwar Britain, 13-21
  • John Thomas McGuire on Women’s progressive activism in New York State and feminist citizenship, 1917-1919, 22-27
  • Anne Logan on Knowledge transfer project on Kentish women’s history, 28

Book Reviews

  • Angela V. John, Evelyn Sharp: Rebel Woman, 1869-1955, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009, 29
  • Jeanette Hardage, Mary Slessor, Everybody’s Mother: The Era and Impact of a Victorian Missionary, Cambridge: The Lutterworth Press, 2010, 30
  • Christina Howells, Mortal Subjects: Passions of the Soul in Late Twentieth-Century French Thought, Cambridge: Polity Press, 2011, 31
  • Jennifer Newby, Women’s Lives. Researching Women’s Social History 1800-1939, Barnsley: Pen and Sword Books, 2011, 31
  • Mary Davis, ed., Class and Gender in British Labour History, Renewing the Debate (or starting it?), Pontypool: Merlin Press, 2011, 32
  • Margaret Tranovich, Melisende of Jerusalem: The World of a Forgotten Crusader Queen, London: East & West Publishing Limited, 2011, 33
  • Angela Jackson, ‘For Us It Was Heaven’: The Passion, Grief and Fortitude of Patience Darton, Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2012, 34
  • Rene Kollar, A Foreign and Wicked Institution? The Campaign against Convents in Victorian England, Cambridge: James Clarke and Co., 2011, 35
  • Elizabeth Norton, Margaret Beaufort, Mother of the Tudor Dynasty, Stroud: Amberley Publishing, 2011, 36