Women's History Review
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Gendering transnational radio: women listeners and the BBC Empire and Overseas Services, 1932–1967.
'Belles from Bristol and Bournville in New Surroundings': female confectionery workers as transnational agents, 1918-1928.
Feminism, Gender and Universities: politics, passion and pedagogiesMIRIAM E. DAVID.
Women's refuges and the state in Victoria, Australia: A campaign for secrecy of address.
The ‘Second Sexual Revolution’, Moral Panic, and the Evasion of Teenage Sexual Subjectivity.
‘Unduly conscious of her sex’: priesthood, female bodies, and sacred space in the Church of England.
Collecting Women’s Memories: the Australian War Memorial, the next of kin and Great War soldiers’ diaries and letters as objects of memory in the 1920s and 1930s.
Jean Batten and ‘the Accident of Sex’.
Scenes in the writing of ‘Constance Lytton and Jane Warton, spinster’: contextualising a cross-class dresser.
The perils of mrs pooter: satire, modernity and motherhood in the lower middle class in England, 1870-1920.
Moving Subjects: gender, mobility and intimacy in an age of global empire TONY BALLANTYNE & ANTOINETTE BURTON (Eds)
Sex, politics and Empire: a postcolonial geography
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