Women’s History is read by professional and amateur historians alike and is designed for anyone with a keen interest in women’s and gender history. Each issue contains a variety of articles, book reviews and other material that we believe will be of interest to our readership. Three issues of the journal are published each year: Spring, Summer and Autumn/Winter.
An online version of Women’s History is made available to all members of the Women’s History Network, and UK members may also elect to receive a hard-copy printed version of the journal, by paying a higher rate of membership. Each copy of the journal may also be purchased separately, either as an online pdf version, or as a printed magazine, but please note that hard-copy versions are subject to availability.
Since June 2020, archive copies of Women’s History (issues that are more than 18 months old) are available to the wider public via Open Access. To access these, please visit the ‘Download Journal PDF’ page.
Women’s History seeks to publish new and ongoing research into all aspects of women’s history. We aim to provide a forum for developing ideas and sharing approaches to women’s history.
We welcome contributions from established academics, less experienced scholars, postgraduate students and people from beyond academia. We also welcome ‘research in progress’ as well as more complete findings. All articles will be peer reviewed and subject to editorial standards.
Articles submitted to Women’s History must not have been published elsewhere. We do not pay authors for contributions. Please read our Guidelines for Contributors before submitting your work. Please email your submission, as a Word attachment, to: email@example.com
Women’s History editorial team is: Kate Murphy, Susan Hawkins, Katharina Rowold, Laurel Foster, Helen Glew, Kate Terkanian and Samantha Hughes-Johnson.
To contact, please email:
Lead Editor – Kate Murphy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Book Reviews – Katharina Rowold: email@example.com