Gender and History 35 (2023), 3

Titel der Ausgabe 
Gender and History 35 (2023), 3

Oxford u.a. 2023: Wiley-Blackwell



Gender and History
United Kingdom
Jakob Schneider, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin



Issue Information
Pages: 769-771
First Published: 03 October 2023


Introduction: Women's Rights as Human Rights: Global Contestations over the Longue Durée
Celia Donert, Julia Moses
Pages: 773-779
First Published: 03 October 2023

Embracing the Language of Human Rights: International Women's Organisations, Feminism and Campaigns Against the Marriage Bar, c.1919–1960
Helen Glew
Pages: 780-794
First Published: 28 May 2023

Promoting Women's Rights, Hiding the Empire: Marie‐Hélène Lefaucheux, an Imperialist Woman at the United Nations
Anna Nasser
Pages: 795-810
First Published: 07 August 2023

Contesting ‘Global Sisterhood’: The Global Women's Health Movement, the United Nations and the Different Meanings of Reproductive Rights (1970s–80s)
Maud Anne Bracke
Pages: 811-829
First Published: 11 July 2023

Women, Gender and Human Rights: Women's International Organisations and Solidarity with Chile
María Fernanda Lanfranco González
Pages: 830-845
First Published: 04 June 2023

‘Once and For All’: The Fourth UN World Conference on Women and the Institutionalisation of Women's Human Rights in American Foreign Policy
Rebecca Turkington
Pages: 846-861
First Published: 23 May 2023

Women's Rights as Human Rights after the End of History
Celia Donert
Pages: 862-880
First Published: 10 September 2023


Revisiting Gendered Representations of Humility: An Examination of Sources from Late Medieval Italy
Silvia Negri
Pages: 881-897
First Published: 05 July 2022

‘To Recover His Reputation Among the People of God’: Sex, Religion and the Double Standard in Presbyterian Ireland, c.1700–1838
Leanne Calvert
Pages: 898-915
First Published: 06 July 2022

Whores Aboard and Laws Abroad: English Women and Sexual Slander in Early Colonial New South Wales
Jessica Lake
Pages: 916-934
First Published: 18 July 2022

Wrinkles in Time: Old Age, Gender and Temporality in Nineteenth‐Century Germany
James Chappel
Pages: 935-953
First Published: 06 July 2022

The Only Girl in Amoy: Gender and American Patriotism in a Nineteenth‐Century Treaty Port
Thomas M. Larkin
Pages: 954-972
First Published: 24 June 2022

Social Welfare Provision at the Imperial Edge: Single Mothers and Abandoned Children in the Late Russian Empire
Siobhán Hearne
Pages: 973-993
First Published: 23 June 2022

In the Canine Archives of Sex: Radclyffe Hall, Una Troubridge and their Dogs
Heike Bauer
Pages: 994-1011
First Published: 19 July 2022

Vichy's Mass Firing of Women Teachers of Colour in the French Caribbean and its Consequences
Eric Jennings, Clara Palmiste
Pages: 1012-1031
First Published: 18 July 2022

Atomic Fatherhood: ‘Uncle Louis’, ‘Ike’ and the Electoral Politics of Paternalism in Canada and the United States, 1949–53
Allen G. Priest
Pages: 1032-1050
First Published: 14 July 2022

Donne in the Vineyards: Italian‐American Women in the California Wine Industry
Pietro Pinna
Pages: 1051-1069
First Published: 28 June 2022

Pickets, Protests and Purses in the American Civil Rights Movement
Kathleen B. Casey
Pages: 1070-1088
First Published: 04 June 2022

Selling Shame: Feminine Hygiene Advertising and the Boundaries of Permissiveness in 1970s Britain
Daisy Payling
Pages: 1089-1110
First Published: 22 June 2022

Not a Priority: Infertile Women and the Symbolic Politics of IVF in 1980s Britain
Laura Beers
Pages: 1111-1134
First Published: 20 July 2022

The Commission Knocked Out Cold: Laura Serrano and the End of the Mexico City Prohibition of Women's Boxing in the 1990s
Marjolein Van Bavel
Pages: 1135-1152
First Published: 15 July 2022


Fathers in a Motherland: Imagining Fatherhood in Colonial India by Swapna M. Banerjee, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2022, pp. xvii+317, ISBN: 9789391050245.
Nilkantha Pal
Pages: 1153-1155
First Published: 27 July 2023

Dying for The Nation: Death, Grief and Bereavement in Second World War Britain (Series: Cultural History of Modern War) by Lucy Noakes, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020, p. 304, ISBN: 978‐0‐7190‐8759‐2. The Age of the Gas Mask: How British Civilians Faces the Terrors of Total War by Susan R. Grayzel, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022, pp. xiv ± 273, ISBN: 9781108491273.
Julie V. Gottlieb
Pages: 1156-1157
First Published: 21 June 2023

Women's Activism in Twentieth–Century Britain: Making a Difference Across the Political Spectrum By Paula Bartley, Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022, pp. xii–286, ISBN 978‐3‐030‐92720‐2.
Lisa Berry-Waite
Pages: 1158-1159
First Published: 20 June 2023

Contraception and Modern Ireland: A Social History by Laura Kelly, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023, pp. 1–363, ISBN 978‐1‐108‐9677‐2.
Lorraine Grimes
Pages: 1160-1162
First Published: 12 June 2023

Precarious Professionals: Gender, Identities and Social Change in Modern Britain Edited by Heidi Egginton and Zoë Thomas, London: University of London Press, 2021, pp. v‐ 332, ISBN 978‐1‐912702‐59‐6.
Helen Glew
Pages: 1163-1164
First Published: 14 January 2023


Correction to “‘Monsters are they in Nature’: Female Masturbation and Constructions of Femininity in the Early Eighteenth Century England”
Pages: 1165
First Published: 03 October 2023

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