Gender & History 33 (2021), 1

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Gender & History 33 (2021), 1
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Oxford u.a. 2021: Wiley-Blackwell
Three times a year



Gender and History
United Kingdom
Bender, Alma



Issue Information

Issue Information
Pages: 1–2 / First Published: 05 March 2021


Women's Public Lives: Navigating the East India Company, Parliament and Courts in Early Modern England
Aske Laursen Brock, Misha Ewen
Pages: 3–23 / First Published: 26 June 2020

Beyond the Home: Space and Agency in the Experiences of Female Service in Early Modern England
Charmian Mansell
Pages: 24–49 / First Published: 29 October 2020

The Female Mortality Advantage in the Seventeenth‐Century Rural Low Countries
Daniel R. Curtis, Qijun Han
Pages: 50–74 / First Published: 22 October 2020

In the Shadow of a Mild Revolution: Polish Women's Political Attitudes during the Great Sejm (1788−1792)
Dorota Wiśniewska
Pages: 75–93 / First Published: 21 November 2020

Between Virgins and Priests: The Feminisation of Catholicism and Priestly Masculinity in Nineteenth‐Century Spain
Raúl Mínguez‐Blasco
Pages: 94–110 / First Published: 25 August 2020

Ugly Intimacies and State Power: Separation Processes in Late Nineteenth‐Century Denmark
Karen Vallgårda
Pages: 111–128 / First Published: 22 December 2019

Hearts and Muscles: Emotional Communities and Physical Culture Magazines in 1900s Ireland
Conor Heffernan
Pages: 129–148 / First Published: 04 November 2020

From Sentimentality to Science: Social Utility, Feminist Eugenics and The End of The Road in Progressive Era America
Jessica Lee Mathiason
Pages: 149–168 / First Published: 23 November 2020

Re‐Embodying History's ‘Lady’: Women's History, Materiality and Public Space in Early‐Twentieth‐Century Vienna
Katya Motyl
Pages: 169–191 / First Published: 23 January 2021

Who Advocates for Egypt? Women Lawyers in Egyptian Film on the Eve of Independence
Rania Mahmoud
Pages: 192–208 / First Published: 27 October 2020

Better than Orgasm: Sex, Authenticity and Intimacy in the New Women's Movement in Norway
Tone Hellesund
Pages: 209–226 / First Published: 29 October 2020

Representing Transgender in the 1970s Australian Media
Noah Riseman
Pages: 227–248 / First Published: 03 December 2020

‘We Wanted to be Free as a Nation, and We Wanted to be Free as Women’: Decolonisation, Nationalism and Women's Liberation in Zimbabwe, 1979–85
Kate Law
Pages: 249–268 / First Published: 08 October 2020

‘It's Only Leftist Women Who Talk that Damn Nonsense About Women Being at a Disadvantage’: Eugenia Charles's Gender Politics in Dominica
Imaobong Umoren
Pages: 269–285 / First Published: 18 August 2020

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