Gender and History 34 (2022), 3

Titel der Ausgabe 
Gender and History 34 (2022), 3

Oxford u.a. 2022: Wiley-Blackwell



Gender and History
United Kingdom
Sophie-Margarete Schuster, Geschichtswissenschaften, Kulturwissenschaft, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin



Open Access
Introduction: Food and Sovereignty
Tracey Deutsch, Heidi Gengenbach, Amanda Herbert, Shauna Sweeney
Pages: 565-573
First Published: 18 November 2022

Open Access
Sweet Femininities: Women and the Confectionery Trade in Eighteenth‐Century Barcelona
Marta Manzanares Mileo
Pages: 574-589
First Published: 13 October 2022

Coloniality on a Virtual Plate: Contemporary Mexican Foodways as (Counter)Visuality
Lesley A. Wolff
Pages: 590-613
First Published: 08 September 2022

Real Men Don't Eat Quiche: Queer Food and Gendered Nationalism in the Late Twentieth‐Century USA
Rachel Hope Cleves
Pages: 614-631
First Published: 20 September 2022

Feeding ‘Growing Boys’ and Nourishing ‘Handy English Lads’: British Prison Diets and the Reclamation of the Male Juvenile Offender, 1895–1908
Nadja Durbach
Pages: 632-647
First Published: 07 September 2022

Open Access
‘The Whole Thing was Numbingly Bland and it was Deliberately So’: Food and Power in Ireland's Magdalene Laundries, 1922–1996
Alice Mulhearn Williams
Pages: 648-663
First Published: 22 October 2022

Open Access
Scenes of Domestic Citizenship in Negro Home Demonstration Work 1921–1938
Jessica Kenyatta Walker
Pages: 664-672
First Published: 27 October 2022

‘Some Time We Have Trouble in Getting Mail. And Everything Else Here’: Black Women, Freedom Food and the US Postal System
Pamela N. Walker
Pages: 673-689
First Published: 22 August 2022

‘I Hope it Tastes Good’: Gender, Race and Class in Colonial Kitchens in the Dutch Indian Ocean Empire
Kathleen Burke
Pages: 690-707
First Published: 27 October 2022

Gender, Pobladoras and Ollas Comunes in Chile: Re‐Activating Memory and History in Order to Survive the Coronacrisis
Hillary Hiner, Anita Peña Saavedra, Alondra Castillo Delgado
Pages: 708-726
First Published: 15 November 2022

Open Access
Let Them Eat Peanut Butter! Understanding Obstacles to Women's Embodied Sovereignty Through Peanut‐Based Agriculture and Aid in Haiti
Laura Dudley Jenkins
Pages: 727-746
First Published: 04 November 2022

Open Access
Knowledge Politics, Historic Memory and The Virginia House‐wife
Marie Pellissier
Pages: 747-751
First Published: 16 September 2022

Open Access
Balancing the Books: Valuing Household Work in Weimar Germany
Carolyn Taratko
Pages: 752-770
First Published: 01 November 2022

Race, Nutrition and Empire: Domestic Reform and Japanese Immigrants in Territorial‐Era Hawaiʻi
Mire Koikari
Pages: 771-788
First Published: 06 September 2022

Open Access
Revolutionary Landscapes and Kitchens of Refusal: Tomato Sauce and Sovereignty in Egypt
Anny Gaul
Pages: 789-809
First Published: 09 October 2022

Gender, Food and ‘The Right to the City’ in the Ghanaian Marketplace
Arianna King
Pages: 810-826
First Published: 22 November 2022

Open Access
‘Is Radioactive Iodine Present Equally in the Cream on Milk as in the Milk Itself?’: Lonely Sources and the Gendered history of Cold War Britain
Jessica Douthwaite
Pages: 827-837
First Published: 24 August 2022

Negotiating Place and Power through Union Grievance in Post‐War New York City Cafeterias
Shayne Leslie Figueroa
Pages: 838-858
First Published: 06 September 2022

Feminising the ‘Modern’ Sweetness: Gender and Western‐Style Confectionery in Interwar Japan
Lillian Tsay
Pages: 859-880
First Published: 29 September 2022

Open Access
Milk, Modernity and Muscles: Raw Dairy and Bodybuilding in 1960s America
Conor Heffernan
Pages: 881-895
First Published: 19 August 2022

‘Just Take Care of Them Like You Would a Baby’: Infant Care Work and Interspecies Foodways
Andrea Ringer
Pages: 896-914
First Published: 12 October 2022

Open Access
Bison Herds and Indian Corn: Interspecies Matriarchs and Revitalised Foodways in the Fort Peck Reservation
Becca Dower
Pages: 915-930
First Published: 25 October 2022

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