Special Issue: Nursing
The Autumn 2019 special nursing issue of Women’s History is available now. The digital version of this edition is available free to all members – see details below.
- Frances Cadd on “‘The March of the Masked Nurses’: Remaking Nursing’s Tradition of Vocation through Public Protest in 1930s Britain”, 4
- Sarah Chaney on “‘Purifying the Profession’: Good Character and the General Nursing Council Disciplinary Committee in the Inter-war Period”, 9
- Pamela Dale on ‘Challenges for the Municipal Regulation of Midwifery: A Halifax Case Study’, 14
- Janet Hargreaves on “‘Death beautiful as sleep, death as ghastly as could be’: Molly Murphy in Spain and London”, 20
- Maggie Andrews on ‘Obituary of a Nurse’, 25
- Susan Cohen on “‘On the District’: Queen’s Nurses at Home during the Great War”, 27
- Matthew Bradby on ‘District Nursing – the World’s First National Nursing Movement’, 30
- Emily Skidmore, True Sex, New York: New York University Press, 2017, 33
- Susanna Rabow-Edling, Married to the Empire: Three Governors’ Wives in Russian America 1829-1864. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2015, 33
- Lucy Bland, Britain’s ‘Brown Babies’: The Stories of Children Born to Black GIs and White Women in the Second World War, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019, 34
- Jocelyn Olcott, International Women’s Year: The Greatest Consciousness – Raising Event in History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017, 35
- Ruth Ewan, Twenty-Nine Thousand Nights: A Communist Life, Nan Berger, London: Book Works, 2017, 36
- Clare Mulley, The Women Who Flew For Hitler: The True Story of Hitler’s Valkyries, St Martin’s Press, 2017, 37
- Jenni Murray, A History of the World in 21 Women, London: Oneworld, 2018, 37
WHN Members download your free digital copy from this page.
WHN Members who have subscribed to the print edition will receive a printed copy free. The PDF edition (ISSN 2059-0164) includes high quality photographs (and in colour where available) as well as active hyper-links.