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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 World War II Combat Nurse Beulah Johns, 30
- Brenda Birney, The Women’s Royal Naval Service: A World War Two Memoir, Hazel Dakers, 2016, 36
- Michelle Higgs, Servants Stories. Life Below Stairs in their Own Words 1800-1950, Barnsley: Pen and Sword History, 2015, 36
- Helen Glew, Gender, Rhetoric and Regulation: Women’s Work in the Civil Service and the London County Council, 1900-1959, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016, 37
- Marlene Wagman-Geller, Behind Every Great Man: The Forgotten Women Behind the World’s Famous and Infamous, Napierville, Illinois: Sourcebooks, Inc., 2015, 38
- Sarah F. Williams, Damnable Practises: Witches, Dangerous Women and Music in Seventeenth Century English Broadside Ballads, Farnham, Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2015, 39
- Mavis Curtis, The WI: a Centenary History, Stroud, Amberley, 2015, 39
- Hubert Wolf, The Nuns of Sant’Ambrogio: the True Story of a Convent in Scandal, trans. Ruth Martin, New York: Knopf, 2015, 40
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