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The Bibliography of British and Irish History (BBIH) provides records of over 634,600 publications (books, journal articles, and chapters in edited collections) relating to British and Irish history. 

The Bibliography defines British and Irish history very broadly, and includes extensive records on histories of race, empire and migration. 

The following list is a selection of BBIH records that relate to women’s history. The list offers 533 recent books, articles and chapters in the field that were published between 2010 and 2022. Our coverage of recently published titles is ongoing, and further records will be added in future updates of the Bibliography.

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The Bibliography of British and Irish History is the largest and most comprehensive guide available to what’s been written about British and Irish history, from the early 1900s to 2022.
It’s an essential resource for research and teaching, providing up-to-date information (and links) on over 634,600 history books, articles, chapters, edited collections and theses. New records are added in three annual updates. These records are searchable by a wide range of facets including: title, author, chronology, date and form of publication, historical topic and geographical region.
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1)‘We were Muslims but we didn’t know Islam’ : Migration, Pakistani Muslim women and changing religious practices in the UK 
Parveen Akhtar  
Women’s Studies International Forum, 47 (November–December 2014) 232-238 Full text 
2)Agatha Christie on screen 
Mark Aldridge  
Crime files (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)  
3)Midwifery from Tudors to the 21st century : history, politics and safe practice in England 
Julia Allison  
(London: Routledge, 2020) Full text 
4)Empire made me 
Clare Anderson  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 161-170.  
5)Domesticating the airwaves : broadcasting, domesticity and femininity 
Maggie Andrews  
(London: Continuum, 2012)  
6)Nation, community, self : female voices in Scottish theatre from the late Sixties to the present 
Gioia Angeletti  
Literature (Mimesis International), 7 ([Sesto San Giovanni]: Mimesis International, 2018)  
7)Introduction : Constance Mary Fraser, 1928 – 2013 
Elizabeth Ashton  
in: A Northumbrian miscellany : historical essays in memory of Constance M. Fraser, ed. by C. M. (Constance Mary) Fraser ([Northumberland]: Association of Northumberland Local History Societies, 2015), .  
8)It has to change : an interview with Martha Osamor 
Harmit Athwal   & Jenny Bourne  
Race & Class, 58.1 (2016) 85-93 Full text 
9)Two hundred years of women benefactors at the National Gallery: an exercise in mapping uncharted territory 
Susanna Avery-Quash   & Christine Riding  
Journal of Art Historiography, 23 (2020) 1-91  
10)Coolie woman : the odyssey of indenture 
Gaiutra Bahadur  
(London: C. Hurst & Co., 2013)
1 review(s)  
11)In life as in death? Margaret Thatcher (mis)remembered 
Tim Bale  
British Politics, 10.1 (2015) 99-112 Full text 
12)Introduction : “Working Women, Women’s Work : Production, History, Gender” [Working women, women’s work : production, history, gender] 
Vicky Ball   & Melanie Bell  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 10.3 (2013) 547-562 Full text 
13)A Muted Voice from the Past : The ‘Silent Silencing’ of Ruth Ellis 
Anette Ballinger  
Social & Legal Studies, 21.4 (2012) 445-467 Full text 
14)The State of Scottish History : Gender 
Katie Barclay  , Tanya Cheadle   & Eleanor Gordon  
Scottish Historical Review, 92.suppl. 234 (2013) 83-107 Full text 
15)Coming up trumps : a memoir 
Jean Barker  
(London: Macmillan, 2014)  
16)Long may our lion roar! : 140 years of Kendrick School, Reading from 1877-2017 
Daphne Joyce Barnes-Phillips  
(Exmouth, Devon: Corridor Press, 2017)  
17)Women at Imperial College : past, present and future 
Anne Barrett  
(New Jersey: World Scientific, [2017])  
18)Beyond the status quo, centring women in the Westminster system in the Commonwealth Caribbean : a preliminary analysis 
Cynthia Barrow-Giles  
Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 53.1 (2015) 49-70 Full text 
19)Feminist heritage walks: materialising the feminist past in Perth, Australia and Glasgow, UK 
Alison Bartlett  
Gender, Place and Culture, 27.7 (2020) 1007-1022 Full text 
20)Gender, race, militarism and remembrance : the everyday geopolitics of the poppy 
Victoria M. Basham  
Gender, Place and Culture, 23.6 (2016) 883-896 – Gender, Place and Culture, 23.6 (2016) 883-896 Full text 
21)Racialized citizenship, respectability and mothering among Caribbean mothers in Britain 
Elaine Bauer  
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41.1 (2018) 151-169 Full text 
22)‘Handbagging’ the Feminisation Thesis? Reflections on Women in the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party 
Antje Bednarek  
in: Whatever happened to Tory Scotland?, ed. by David Torrance (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012), pp. 149-169.  
23)The good listener : Helen Bamber : a life against cruelty 
Neil Belton  
(London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1998)  
24)Tannau tynion 
Elinor Bennett  
Cyfres y cewri, 35 (Pwllheli: Gwasg Gwynedd, 2011)  
25)What’s in a name? Dynasty, succession and England’s queens regnant (1553–2016) 
Sarah Betts  
in: The Routledge history of monarchy, ed. by Elena Woodacre, Lucinda H. S. Dean, Chris Jones, Russell Martin and Zita Eva Rohr, The Routledge histories (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2019), .  
26)Celia Birtwell 
Celia Birtwell   & Dominic Lutyens  
(London: Quadrille, 2011)  
27)The Serendipity of Connectivity : piecing together women’s lives in the digital archive 
Catherine Bishop  
Women’s History Review, 26.5 (2017) 766-780 Full text 
28)Life at 4 Green Terrace, Mirfield West Yorkshire WF14 9BG : (1917 to 2010) : the recollections of Eileen May Blackburn. 
Eileen May Blackburn  
(Goring-by-Sea, West Sussex: Published for Michael, Shaun and Giles Brearley by Verité CM Limited, [2015?])  
29)A Feminized Language of Democracy? The Representation of Women at Westminster since 1945 
Luke Blaxill   & Kaspar Beelen  
20th Century British History, 27.3 (2016) 412-449 Full text 
30)Remembering Margaret Thatcher : commemorations, tributes and assessments ; extracts from the House of Commons Official Report (Volume 560 No. 138)… 
John Blundell  
(New York: Algora, 2013)  
31)There Is No Such Thing As Political Memory!? : The Iron Lady (2011) as ‘Psycho-geography’ 
Nadine Böhm-Schnitker  
Journal for the Study of British Cultures, 20.2 (2013) 125-140  
32)Looking-glass women? A comparative analysis of gender and nation in Britain and the Czech Republic 
Stephenie Booth  
in: Nation and gender in contemporary Europe, ed. by Vera Tolz and Stephenie Booth (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2005), pp. 38-52.  
33)Closing the gender gap : reflections on women’s involvement in Britain’s contemporary far right 
Hannah Bows  
in: Tomorrow belongs to us : the British far right since 1967, ed. by Nigel Copsey and Matthew Worley, Routledge studies in fascism and the far right (London: Routledge, 2018), pp. 169-184.  
34)In the shadow of the eighth : my forty years working for women’s health in Ireland 
Peter C. Boylan  
([Dublin]: Penguin Ireland, 2019)  
35)Crisis at Work: Gender, Class, and the Dehumanization of Jobs 
Harriet Bradley  
Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, 41 (2020) 109-136 Full text 
36)St Joseph’s island : Julian Tenison Woods and the Tasmanian Sisters of St Joseph 1887-2012 
Josephine Margaret Brady  
(Hindmarsh, SA: ATF Press, [2012])  
37)The News of the World and the British press, 1843-2011 : ‘journalism for the rich, journalism for the poor’  ed. by Laurel Brake  , Chandrika Kaul   & Mark W. Turner  
Palgrave studies in the history of the media (Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)  
38)A fair cop : celebrating 100 years of policewomen in Birmingham & the West Midlands 
Corinne Brazier  
([United Kingdom?]: [s.n.], 2018 ©2017)  
39)A fair cop : 1917-2017 celebrating 100 years of policewomen in the West Midlands 
Corinne Brazier   & Steve Rice  
([Tamworth?]: [s.n.], [2017])  
40)Doris Lessing and the forming of history  ed. by Kevin Brazil  , David Sergeant   & Tom Sperlinger  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2016)  
41)From ox cart to email : the Kenya story of Delia Craig 
Natasha Breed  
(Brighton: Book Guild, 2011)  
42)Inside/outside : a non-native Caribbeanist’s journey 
Bridget Brereton  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 59-69.  
43)Conversations with Caroline 
Caroline Bressey  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 183-193.  
44)Geographies of Belonging : white women and black history 
Caroline Bressey  
Women’s History Review, 22.4 (2013) 541-558 Full text 
45)Elizabeth I : the cinematic afterlife of an early modern political diva 
Elisabeth Bronfen   & Barbara Straumann  
in: The British monarchy on screen, ed. by Mandy Merck (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016), pp. 132-154.  
46)A history of New Zealand women 
Barbara L. Brookes  
(Wellington (NZ): Bridget Williams Books, 2016)  
47)100 years of women in the dental profession in the UK, 1918-2018 
Janine Brooks  
(Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2019)  
48)Jenny Wormald, historian : an appreciation 
Dauvit Broun  
Innes Review, 67.1 (2016) 5 Full text 
49)Tributes to Janet Blackman 
Alyson Brown  , John Foster  , Geoff Eley   & John Seed  
Social History [London], 42.2 (2017) 155-161 Full text 
50)That was the church, that was : how the Church of England lost the English people 
Andrew Brown   & Linda Woodhead  
(London: Bloomsbury Continuum, 2016)  
51)Religion and the demographic revolution : women and secularisation in Canada, Ireland, UK and USA since the 1960s 
Callum G. Brown  
Studies in modern British religious history, 29 (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2012)  
52)Ladies first : a history of the Queen Margaret Union of the University of Glasgow 
Gary R. Brown  
(Glasgow: Grimsay Press, 2010)  
53)Behind the black door 
Sarah Brown  
(London: Ebury, 2011)  
54)Natalie Rothstein, 1930-2010 
Clare Browne  
Textile History, 41.2 (2010) 236-240 Full text 
55)The women’s liberation movement in Scotland 
Sarah F. Browne  
Gender in history (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014)  
56)The Fate of an “Ambitious School-Marm” : Amy Cruse and the History of Reading 
Patrick Buckridge  
Book History, 16 (2013) 272-293 Full text 
57)How firm a foundation : providing care, support and a home to women, single parents and young families in Portsmouth and the surrounding area : a… 
Raymond Burnish  
([Portsmouth?]: Raymond Burnish, 2011)  
58)Breaking the Mould. Edinburgh : researching and celebrating 100 years of women’s history in social and political activism since the beginning of WWI 
Margaret Ferguson Burns   & Workers’ Educational Association Scotland  
(Edinburgh: Workers’ Educational Association Scotland, 2015)  
59)Some intimacies of Anglo-American empire 
Antoinette M. Burton  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 141-148.  
60)Where are we now? A review of research on the history of women’s soccer in Ireland 
Helena Byrne  
Sport in History, 39.2 (2019) 166-186 Full text 
61)Our Mary : the life of Mary Turner 1938-2017 : president of the GMB labour movement campaigner and trade union activist 
John Callow  
(London: Lawrence & Wishart, 2019)  
62)The Great War in the History of British Feminism : Debates and Controversies, 1914 to the Present 
Marc Calvini-Lefebvre  
Revue française de civilisation britannique, 20.1 (2015) Full text 
63)An Accidental Scholar 
Averil Cameron  
Catholic Historical Review, 107.1 (2021) 1-27 Full text 
64)Who Is Bridget Brereton? 
Carl Campbell  
Journal of Caribbean History, 48.1 (2014) 13-40  
65)Margaret Thatcher 
John Campbell  
in: British Conservative leaders, ed. by Charles Clarke and Toby S. James (London: Biteback Publishing, 2015), pp. 319-332.  
66)Conservatism, feminisation and the representation of women in UK politics 
Rosie Campbell   & Sarah Childs  
British Politics, 10.2 (2015) 148-168 Full text 
67)Reflections of a London-Irish musician : an interview with Cáit O’Riordan 
Sean Campbell  
Irish Studies Review, 21.1 (2013) 114-122 Full text 
68)Margaret Thatcher : a life and legacy 
David Cannadine  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)  
69)Imperial intimacies : a tale of two islands 
Hazel V. Carby  
(New York: Verso, 2019)  
70)Reinventing Africa’s national heroes : the case of Mekatilili, a Kenyan popular heroine 
Neil C. M. Carrier   & Celia Nyamweru  
African Affairs, 115.461 (2016) 599-620 Full text 
71)History on your doorstep : six stories of Dublin history  ed. by Maeve Casserly  
(Dublin: Dublin City Council, 2018)  
72)Wait for me! : memoirs of the youngest Mitford sister 
Deborah Cavendish  
(London: John Murray, 2010)  
73)Organized out of politics? Parliamentary scrutiny of the substantive representation of women in UK governments’ legislative programmes 1945–2012 
Paul Chaney  
Women’s Studies International Forum, 50 (May–June 2015) 57-67 Full text 
74)The Substantive Representation of Women—Does Issue-Salience Matter? Party Politicization and UK Westminster Elections 1945–2010 
Paul Chaney  
British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 16.1 (2014) 96-116 Full text 
75)Introduction [Women during the English Reformations : renegotiating gender and religious identity] 
Julie Chappell  
in: Women during the English Reformations : renegotiating gender and religious identity, ed. by Julie Chappell and Kaley A. Kramer (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 1-13.  
76)The Sweetest Dream : Lessing, Zimbabwe and Catholicism 
Anthony Chennells  
Journal of Southern African Studies, 42.1 (2016) 111-125 Full text 
77)Consider the lilies : a history of St Mary’s Calne 
Elizabeth Christie  
(London: Third Millennium Publishing, 2013)  
78)Ann Williams : A Personal Appreciation 
S. D. Church  
in: The English and their legacy, 900-1200 : essays in honour of Ann Williams, ed. by David Roffe (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2012), pp. 1-4.  
79)Ladies may be elected Fellows, Members or Associates 
Else Churchill  
Genealogists’ Magazine, 30.8 (2011) 317-319  
80)Leonore Davidoff : A Tribute to her Work 
Anna Clark  
Gender & History, 27.1 (2015) 6-9 Full text 
81)St. Leonards : the cradle of lacrosse : the introduction of lacrosse at St. Leonards School and the influence the school has had on the… 
Jane Claydon  
(Kingsbarns, Fife: Jane Claydon, [2012])  
82)Irish Crime Fiction   
Brian Cliff  
Crime files (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
2 review(s) Full text 
83)Recasting the Iron Lady into Flesh and Blood : Gender Performance and Politics in Three Thatcher Biopics 
Nicole Cloarec  
Biography, 41.3 (2018) 630-653 Full text 
84)Ann Clwyd : rebel with a cause 
Ann Clwyd  
(London: Biteback Publishing, 2016)  
85)Histories of now: listening to women in British film 
Shelley Cobb   & Linda Ruth Williams  
Women’s History Review, 29.5 (2020) 890-902 Full text 
86)Political acts : women in Northern Irish theatre, 1921-2012 
Fiona Coleman Coffey  
Irish Studies (Syracuse (NY): Syracuse University Press, 2016)  
87)Twenty Years On : feminism’s ‘three body problem’ 
Anna Cole  
Women’s History Review, 22.4 (2013) 559-575 Full text 
88)The Poetry of Anne Born : an Appreciation 
John Cole  
Devonshire Association Report and Transactions, 145 (2013) 59-70  
89)From Suffrage to a Seat in the House : The path to parliament for New Zealand women   
Jenny Coleman  
(Chicago: Otago University Press, 2021)
1 review(s)  
90)An interview with Linda Colley 
Linda Colley   & Justin Champion  
The Historian [London], 124 (2014) 6-10  
91)The governor’s story : the authorised biography of Dame Hilda Bynoe 
Merle Collins  
(Leeds: Peepal Tree, 2013)  
92)Under the Wire : Marie Colvin’s Final Assignment 
Paul Conroy  
(London: Quercus, 2013)  
93)Elizabeth Jane Howard : a dangerous innocence 
Artemis Cooper  
(London: John Murray, 2016)  
94)Great women’s lives : a celebration in obituaries 
Sue Corbett   & Lucy Worsley  
(Stroud, Gloucestershire: The History Press, 2014)  
95)Wesley women : 1911-2011 
Yvonne Corcoran  , Annetta Kavanagh   & Wesley College (Dublin, Ireland)  
(Dublin: Wesley College, 2011)  
96)The memoirs of Vera Corry (nee Elliott) 
Vera Corry   & John Corry  
(Bristol: Kerenza J Limited, 2013, ©2012)  
97)The women of Hammer horror : a biographical dictionary and filmography 
Bobb Cotter  
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., [2013])  
98)Ingrid Pitt, queen of horror : the complete career 
Bobb Cotter  
(Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., 2010)  
99)Twenty Years On : remembering the origins of the Women’s History Network (UK) 
Krista Cowman  , Leonore Davidoff   & Jane Rendall  
Women’s History Review, 22.4 (2013) 673-684 Full text 
100)From Hillside to Farnborough Hill : 125 years of the RCE in Farnborough 
Laura Craven   & Laura Evans-Jones  
(London: Third Millennium Publishing, 2014)  
101)Emily Wilding Davison : centennial celebrations 
Elizabeth Crawford  
Women’s History Review, 23.6 (2014) 1000-1007 Full text 
102)Britain’s television queen 
Bob Crew  
(London: MX Publishing, 2012)  
103)Life Imprisonment from Young Adulthood : Adaptation, Identity and Time   
Ben Crewe  , Susie Hulley   & Serena Wright  
Palgrave studies in prisons and penology (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020)
1 review(s) Full text 
104)The political rhetoric and oratory of Margaret Thatcher 
Andrew Scott Crines  , Timothy Heppell   & Peter Dorey  
Rhetoric, politics, and society (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)  
105)Queering Kilmainham: uncovering LGBTQ+ stories in a national shrine 
Brian Crowley  
Studia Hibernica, 46.1 (2020) 114-123 Full text 
106)Remembering women’s activism 
Sharon Crozier-De Rosa   & Vera C. Mackie  
Remembering the modern world (London: Routledge, 2019)
1 review(s) Full text 
107)Telling it our way : essays in gender history 
Mary Cullen  
(Galway: Arlen House, 2013)  
108)Serial killers and the media : the Moors murders legacy 
Ian Cummins  
Palgrave studies in crime, media and culture (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019) Full text 
109)The girl with the widow’s peak : the memoirs 
Ursula D’Abo  , David Watkin   & John Julius Norwich  
(London: d’Abo Publications, 2014)  
110)Irish Women’s Changing Status and Role in Rural and Urban Ireland from the 1970s to the End of the Celtic Tiger Era 
Marie-Jeanne Da Col Richert  
Nordic Irish Studies, 12 (2013) 127-146  
111)Memories of Margaret Thatcher : a portrait, by those who knew her best 
Iain Dale  
(London: Biteback Publishing, 2013)  
112)Margaret Thatcher : in her own words 
Iain Dale  
(London: Biteback Publishing, 2010)  
113)Scottish soldier-heroes and patriotic war heroines: the gendered politics of World War I commemoration 
Nataliya Danilova   & Emma Dolan  
Gender, Place and Culture, 27.2 (2020) 239-260 Full text 
114)Dropping the habit : autobiography of Marion Dante 
Marion Dante  
(Dublin: Poolbeg, 2011)  
115)Illicit and unnatural practices : the law, sex and society in Scotland since 1900 
Roger Davidson  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018)
1 review(s) Full text 
116)Bad girls : a history of rebels and renegades 
Caitlin Davies  
(London: John Murray, 2018)  
117)Lisa Jardine (1944–2015) 
Natalie Zemon Davis  
History Workshop Journal, 82.1 (2016) 299-310 Full text 
118)Out of Sight, Out of Pocket : Women’s Invisibility in the British Printing Industry and Its Effect on the Gender Pay Gap 
Tricia Dawson  
Historical Studies in Industrial Relations, 29/30 (2010) 61-98  
119)The Roots of RSVP and VPR : A Talk with Barbara Onslow 
Marysa Demoor  , Birgit Van Puymbroeck   & Barbara Onslow  
Victorian Periodicals Review, 51.3 (2018) 558-563 Full text 
120)Elisabeth Tomalin: Emigrée Designer 1912–2012 “The only joy in life is being creative. Everything else is more or less pain” 
Rachel Dickson  
in: Exile and gender II : politics, education and the arts, ed. by Charmian Brinson, Andrea Hammel and Jana B. Buresova, Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, 18 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2017), pp. 154-169. Full text 
121)Salome’s modernity : Oscar Wilde and the aesthetics of transgression 
Petra Dierkes-Thrun  
(Ann Arbor (MI): University of Michigan Press, 2011)  
122)History of Blackmore W.I. : 1917-2017 
Jennifer Dodd  
([Great Britain]: [Blackmore W.I.], [2019?])  
123)Blood, Contract and Intimacy : History and Practice with Leonore Davidoff 
Megan Doolittle  , Janet Fink   & Katherine Holden  
Gender & History, 28.2 (2016) 288-298 Full text 
124)Women and leisure in Britain : a socio-historical approach to twentieth-century trends 
Cécile Doustaly  
in: Leisure and cultural conflict in twentieth-century Britain, ed. by Brett Bebber, Studies in Popular Culture (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2012), pp. 181-204.  
125)Reasonable Belief and Unlawful Carnal Knowledge : A Historical Perspective 
David Matthew Doyle  
Irish Jurist, 47 (2012) 49-75  
126)The women who built Bristol 
Jane Duffus  
(Bristol: Tangent Books, 2018)  
127)Queering conflict : examining lesbian and gay experiences of homophobia in Northern Ireland 
Marian Duggan  
(Farnham: Ashgate, 2012)  
128)Skirting the boundary : a history of women’s cricket 
Isabelle Duncan  
(London: The Robson Press, 2013)  
129)The Century girls : the final word from the women who’ve lived the last hundred years of British History 
Tessa Dunlop  
(London: Simon & Schuster, 2018)  
130)To serve with gladness : celebrating one hundred and fifty years of the Sisters of Mercy, Rochfortbridge 
Danny Dunne   & St. Joseph’s Secondary School (Rochfortbridge, Ireland). Commemorative Committee  
([Ireland]: St. Joseph’s Secondary School Commemorative Committee, [2012])  
131)Conniving Queen, Frivolous Wife, or Romantic Heroine? The Afterlife of Queen Henrietta Maria 
Susan Dunn-Hensley  
in: Remembering queens and kings of early modern England and France : reputation, reinterpretation, and reincarnation, ed. by Estelle Paranque, Queenship and power (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), pp. 279-299. Full text 
132)Clever Girls and the Literature of Women’s Upward Mobility 
Mary Eagleton  
(Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)
1 review(s) Full text 
133)Gender roles in Ireland since 1740 
Lindsey Earner-Byrne   & Diane Urquhart  
in: The Cambridge social history of modern Ireland, ed. by Eugenio F. Biagini and Mary E. Daly (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 312-326.  
134)Leonora Carrington and the international avant-garde  ed. by Jonathan P. Eburne   & Catriona McAra  
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017)  
135)The best medicine : the true story of a nurse who became a doctor in the 1950s 
Georgie Edwards  
(London: Ebury Press, 2013)  
136)Lone mothers of mixed racial and ethnic children in Britain : Comparing experiences of social attitudes and support in the 1960s and 2000s 
Rosalind Edwards   & Chamion Caballero  
Women’s Studies International Forum, 34.6 (2011) 530-538 Full text 
137)A history of the paper pattern industry : the home dressmaking fashion revolution 
Joy Spanabel Emery  
(London: Bloomsbury, 2014)  
138)Gendered frontlines: British press coverage of women soldiers killed in Iraq 
Mercy Ette  
Media, War & Conflict, 6.3 (2013) 249-262 Full text 
139)Doing gender : Gender and women’s studies in the twenty first century [Review essay] 
Mary Evans  
Women’s Studies International Forum, 34.6 (2011) 603-610 Full text 
140)Invisible Women, 1983–2021   
Margaret J. M. Ezell  
Huntington Library Quarterly, 84.1 (2021) 5-12 Full text 
141)The exception and the rule : women and the Royal Society 1945-2010 
Georgina Ferry  
Notes & Records of the Royal Society (of London), 64. suppl. 1 (2010) 163-72 Full text 
142)The heart of a heartless political world : screening Victoria 
Steven Fielding  
in: The British monarchy on screen, ed. by Mandy Merck (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016), pp. 64-85.  
143)Through her eyes : a new history of Ireland in 21 women   
Clodagh Finn  
(Dublin: Gill Books, [2019])  
144)What’s left of Blackness? : feminisms, transracial solidarities, and the politics of belonging in Britain 
Tracy Fisher  
(New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) Full text 
145)Finance and fiction in Deirdre Madden’s Time Present and Time Past 
Eóin Flannery  
Irish Studies Review, 28.3 (2020) 305-322 Full text 
146)The Actress besides the King : Nell Gwynne and Charles II in Popular Literature of the Nineteenth and Twentieth-first Centuries 
Dorothea Flothow  
in: Muses, mistresses and mates : creative collaborations in literature, art and life, ed. by Izabella Penier and Anna Suwalska-Koecka (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015), pp. 71-83.  
147)Victoria Wood, comedy genius : her life and work 
Chris Foote-Wood  
(Washington: Memoir Club, 2016)  
148)Erasing Diversity: Mediating Class, Place, Gender and Race in The Moorside 
David Forrest   & Beth Johnson  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 17.1 (2020) 91-111 Full text 
149)Shakespeare and his biographical afterlives    ed. by Paul Franssen   & Paul Edmondson  
(New York: Berghahn Books, 2020)  
150)Sisters doing it for themselves: the rich history of women’s football in Scotland from the 1960s to 2020 
Karen Fraser  
Sport in History, 40.4 (2020) 456-481 Full text 
151)Inventing Bloody Mary : perceptions of Mary Tudor from the restoration to the twentieth century 
Thomas S. Freeman  
in: Mary Tudor : old and new perspectives, ed. by Susan Doran and Thomas S. Freeman (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 78-100, 291-296.  
152)The worlds of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson : the story behind International Rescue 
Ian Fryer  
([Stroud]: Fonthill, 2016)  
153)Looking for the women in Baron and Taylor’s (1969) Educational administration and the social sciences 
Kay Fuller  
Journal of Educational Administration & History, 46.3 (2014) 326-350 Full text 
154)For his eyes only : the women of James Bond  ed. by Lisa Funnell  
(London: Wallflower Press, [2015])  
155)On the turn of the tide : MI5, London Blitz, turmoil in Africa, dreams, mediums and poetry : the autobiography of Diana Fynn 
Diana Fynn  
(Leicester: Matador, 2009)  
156)Relections on Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) 
Amira Gad   & Agnes Gryczkowska  
(London: Serpentine Galleries, [2016])  
157)Maternal Mortality 
C. Galley   & A. Reid  
Local Population Studies, 93 (2014) 68-78  
158)Transforming the Irish Presidency : Activist Presidents and Gender Politics, 1990–2011 
Yvonne Galligan  
Irish Political Studies, 27.4 (2012) 596-614 Full text 
159)The sexual politics of citizenship and reproductive rights in Ireland : From national, international, supranational and transnational to… 
Paulina García-del Moral   & Anna C. Korteweg  
European Journal of Women’s Studies, 19.4 (2012) 413-427 Full text 
160)Wounding and Healing : dealing with difference in Christian narratives of migrant women in East London since the 1980s 
Jane Garnett   & Alana Harris  
Women’s History Review, 22.5 (2013) 739-758 Full text 
161)Of fortunes and war : Clare Hollingworth, first of the female war correspondents 
Patrick Garrett  
(London: Thistle Publishing, 2015)  
162)Margaret Thatchers Erinnerungen 
Dominik Geppert  
in: Life writing and political memoir = Lebenszeugnisse und politische Memoiren, ed. by Magnus Brechtken (Göttingen: V&R Unipress, 2012), pp. 127-146.  
163)Taking on Margaret Thatcher : Biography, Feminism and The Iron Lady 
Christine Geraghty  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 13.4 (2016) 610-627 Full text 
164)The BFI Women and Film Study Group 1976- ? 
Christine Geraghty  
in: Renewing feminisms : radical narratives, fantasies and futures in media studies, ed. by Helen Thornham and Elke Weissmann (London: I.B. Tauris, 2013), pp. 11-28.  
165)Gendering activism, exile and wellbeing : Chilean exiles in the UK 
Jasmine Gideon  
Gender, Place and Culture, 25.2 (2018) 228-247 – Gender, Place and Culture, 25.2 (2018) 228-247 Full text 
166)The Imagined Communities of Women’s History : current debates and emerging themes, a rhizomatic approach 
Kathryn Gleadle  
Women’s History Review, 22.4 (2013) 524-540 Full text 
167)The Governor General in Australia and Gender Equality 
Kate Gleeson   & Vito Breda  
Royal Studies Journal, 7.2 (2020) 10-30 Full text 
168)Has feminist oral history lost its radical/subversive edge? 
Sherna Berger Gluck  
Oral History, 39.2 (2011) 63-72  
169)Emmy’s story 
Emmy Golding   & Anthony Golding  
([Great Britain]:, 2010)  
170)Zanzibar to Shoreham in 100 years : the Community of the Sacred Passion, 1911-2011 
Margaret Gooch  
(Norfolk: Paul Davies, 2011)  
171)Gathering up the crumbs : celebrating a century of accredited, ordained, Baptist women in ministry in the UK    ed. by Catriona Gorton  , Claire Nicholls  , Gale Richards  , Helen Dare  , Molly Boot  , Ruth Gouldbourne   & Sarah Bingham  
(Didcot, Oxon: Baptists Together, 2020)
1 review(s)  
172)‘A Way to Go’ : Lisa Holdsworth, Freelance Writer [Interview] 
Kristyn Gorton  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 10.3 (2013) 664-671 Full text 
173)The Iron Ladies revisited 
Julie V. Gottlieb   & Beatrix Campbell  
Women’s History Review, 28.2 (2019) 337-349 Full text 
174)In the steps of exceptional women : the story of the Fawcett Society, 1866-2016 
Jane W. Grant  
(London: Francis Boutle, 2016)  
175)‘Generation Emigration’ : the politics of (trans)national social reproduction in twenty-first-century Ireland 
Breda Gray  
Irish Studies Review, 21.1 (2013) 20-36 Full text 
176)Why becoming a national treasure matters: Elite celebrity status and inequality in the United Kingdom 
Chris Greer   & Eugene McLaughlin  
European Journal of Cultural Studies, 23.1 (2020) 71-88 Full text 
177)For the love of dance : my autobiography 
Beryl Grey  
Oberon Books (London: Oberon Books, 2017)  
178)Obituary: Jenny Wormald 
Anna Groundwater  
Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 147 (2018) 1-7 Full text 
179)Gender, Work and Social Control: A Century of Disability Benefits   
Jackie Gulland  
Palgrave socio-legal studies (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)
1 review(s) Full text 
180)Thatcher & after : Margaret Thatcher and her afterlife in contemporary culture  ed. by Louisa Hadley   & Elizabeth Ho  
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)  
181)“Red and gold and radiant” : The papers of Elaine Feinstein at the John Rylands Library, Manchester 
Stella K. Halkyard  
Book Collector, 60.2 (2011) 257-267  
182)With and against the grain 
Catherine Hall  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 71-81.  
183)Leonore Davidoff 1932–2014 
Catherine Hall  
History Workshop Journal, 80.1 (2015) 319-328 Full text 
184)I was a soldier : survival against the odds : my autobiography 
Necola Hall  
(Hertford, Hertfordshire: Hansib, 2014)  
185)Make, mend and befriend : geographies of austerity, crafting and friendship in contemporary cultures of dressmaking in the UK 
Sarah Marie Hall   & Mark Jayne  
Gender, Place and Culture, 23.2 (2015) 216-234 – Gender, Place and Culture, 23.2 (2015) 216-234 Full text 
186)Inappropriate Desires? Sex and the (Ageing) Single Girl 
Julia Hallam  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 13.4 (2016) 552-570 Full text 
187)A labour of love : the Midwives (Ireland) Act 1918 : a century of midwifery 
Stephen John Hamilton  
([Belfast]: [The Royal College of Midwives], [2019])  
188)Women and the Irish University Question 
Judith Harford  
in: Have women made a difference? : women in Irish universities, 1850-2010, ed. by Judith Harford and Claire Rush, Rethinking education, 3 (Bern; Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 7-28.  
189)Representations of Women Voters in Newspaper Coverage of UK Elections 1918–2010 
Emily Harmer   & Liesbet Van Zoonen  
in: Gendered citizenship and the politics of representation, ed. by Hilde Danielsen, Kari Jegerstedt, Ragnhild L. Muriaas and Brita Ytre-arne, Citizenship, gender and diversity (London: Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]), pp. 161-183. Full text 
190)Canadian Women’s Responses to Royal Tours from the Eighteenth Century to the Present Day 
Carolyn Suzanne Harris  
Royal Studies Journal, 5.1 (2018) 15-33  
191)Not for Turning : The Life of Margaret Thatcher 
Robin Harris  
(London: Bantam, 2013)  
192)Professor Isabel de Madariaga (1919–2014) 
Janet Hartley  
Slavonic & East European Review, 92.4 (2014) 729-733 Full text 
193)Queen of spies : Daphne Park, Britain’s Cold War spy master 
Paddy Hayes  
(New York: Duckworth Overlook, 2015)  
194)Memories of Malawi and Scotland 
Anne Hepburn  
(Edinburgh: [A. Hepburn?], 2011)  
195)Claudia Williams : an intimate acquaintance 
Harry Heuser   & Robert Meyrick  
(Bristol: Sansom and Company, 2013)  
196)Recollections of a Female Archaeologist : a life of Brenda Swinbank 
Suzanne Heywood  
(Milton Keynes: Lightning Source UK Ltd., 2017)
1 review(s)  
197)Reflecting on gender and generation differences in celebrating St Patrick’s Day in London 
Mary J. Hickman  
in: Women and irish diaspora identities : theories, concepts and new perspectives, ed. by D. A. J. MacPherson and Mary J. Hickman (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014), pp. 112-129.  
198)Daughter of empire : life as a Mountbatten 
Pamela Hicks  
(London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2012)  
199)Women and embodied mythmaking in Irish theatre 
Shonagh Hill  
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019)  
200)A Whiff of Lavender : The Theatre Ghost and the Redevelopment of the Bristol Old Vic 
Catherine Hindson  
Theatre Notebook, 67.3 (2013) 156-172 Full text 
201)Stanbrook Abbey 
John Richard Hodges  
([Worcester]: John Richard Hodges, 2019)  
202)Republic of shame : stories from Ireland’s institutions for “fallen women” 
Caelainn Hogan  
([Dublin]: Penguin Ireland, 2019)  
203)Educating the New Himalayan Woman : Global Networks of Gendered Education, Religion, and Commerce in Darjeeling and Kalimpong 
Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa  
Journal of Women’s History, 30.3 (Fall 2018) 64-81 Full text 
204)Negotiations of Scottish Muslim Identities in the Fiction of Suhayl Saadi and Leila Aboulela 
Jessica Homberg-Schramm  
Scottish Literary Review, 13.1 (2021) 51-67 Full text 
205)Waking (for) the Nation: Immaterial Materialism and the Feminine Body in Tom Murphy’s The Wake (1998)   
Moonyoung Hong  
Études irlandaises, 46.1 (2021) 107-122 Full text 
206)Women’s century : an illustrated history of the Women’s Institute 
Val Horsler   & Ian Denning  
(London: Third Millennium Publishing, 2015)  
207)Gardening women : their stories from 1600 to the present 
Catherine Horwood  
(London: Virago, 2010)  
208)Imagined Sisterhoods: The impact of reading about significant women on the construction of feminist subjectivities on British women schoolteachers 
Heidi Fritz Horzella  
Women’s Studies International Forum, 79 (2020) Full text 
209)Exceeding my brief : memoirs of a disobedient civil servant 
Barbara Hosking  
(London: Biteback Publishing Ltd, 2017)  
210)‘Grace and integrity’ : a portrait of the Lady Eleanor Holles School 
Elizabeth Hossain  
(London: Third Millennium Publishing, 2011)  
211)The story of Guy’s Hospital Nurses’ League 1900-2010 
Andie Howard   & Guy’s Hospital. Nurses’ League  
([London]: GHNL, 2010)  
212)Classes and Cultures in England after 1951 : the case of working-class women 
Janet Howarth  
in: Classes, cultures and politics : essays on British history for Ross McKibbin, ed. by Clare V. J. Griffiths, James J. Nott and William Hadden Whyte (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 85-101.  
213)Splendid fun : the story of one hundred years of Devon Girl Guides   
Rosemary Howell  
(Ivybridge: Howell, 2019)  
214)Leehurst Swan School : a centenary history 
Jane Howells  
(Oxford: Shire Publications, 2013)  
215)The site of the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus in Singapore : entwined histories of a colonial convent and a nation, 1854-2015 
Sandra Hudd  
(Lanham: Lexington Books, [2016])  
216)Beryl Bainbridge : artist, writer, friend 
Psiche Hughes  
(London: Thames & Hudson, 2012)  
217)Anne of the Wicked Ways : Perceptions of Anne Boleyn as a Witch in History and in Popular Culture 
Roland Hui  
Parergon, 35.1 (2018) 97-118 Full text 
218)Holocaust denial, treason and Irish identity 
Mark M. Hull  
History Ireland, 25.6 (2017) 48-51  
219)Memories of Mary Hunt 
Mary Hunt  , Michael A. Sleigh   & Wellow History Society  
([Wellow]: Wellow History Society, 2010)  
220)Tongland works in Galloway and the women engineers 
Louise Innes  
International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology, 90.1 (2020) 1-17 Full text 
221)STUC women : past struggles, current fights 
Inspiring Women (Project)   & Scottish Trades Union Congress. Women’s Committee  
(Glasgow: STUC Women’s Committee, 2013)  
222)« Le bras modéré de la loi ? » Femmes policiers, témoignages personnels et identités professionnelles en Grande-Bretagne 
Louise A. Jackson  
in: Le témoin, le sociologue et l’historien : quand des policiers se mettent à table, ed. by Jean-Marc Berlière and René Lévy (Paris: Nouveau monde édition, 2010), pp. 205-226.  
223)Establishing women in sports history: Manchester City football club 
Gary James  
Sport in History, 40.4 (2020) 434-455 Full text 
224)Le curé est une femme : l’ordination des femmes à la prêtrise dans l’Église d’Angleterre 
Églantine Jamet-Moreau  
(Paris: L’Harmattan, 2012)  
225)Ageing across Space and Time : Exploring Concepts of Ageing and Identity in the Female Ensemble Dramas Tenko and Call the Midwife 
Ros Jennings  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14.2 (2017) 179-195 Full text 
226)Margaret Thatcher and Thatcherism : Dead but not buried 
Bob Jessop  
British Politics, 10.1 (2015) 16-30 Full text 
227)Leading, Collaborating, Championing: RED’s Arresting Women 
Beth Johnson  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16.3 (2019) 327-345 Full text 
228)Sisterhood and after : an oral history of the UK women’s liberation movement, 1968-present 
Margaretta Jolly  
Oxford oral history series (New York: Oxford University Press, [2019] ©2019)
1 review(s)  
229)Syon Abbey 1415-2015 : England’s last medieval monastery 
Edward Alexander Jones  
(Leominster, Herefordshire: Gracewing, 2015)  
230)Jennifer Longford (1929-2012) 
J. Graham Jones  
Transactions of the Caernarvonshire Historical Society, 74-5 (2013-14) 117-134  
231)Looking at Lear: the Voice Work and Direction of Cicely Berry 
Nesta Jones  
New Theatre Quarterly, 35.2 (2019) 135-149 Full text 
232)Nelly Copson, a tribute 
Paul Jones   & Claire Lloyd  
([Great Britain]: [Paul Jones], 2014)  
233)The Girls Who Waited? Female Companions and Gender in Doctor Who 
Lorna Jowett  
Critical Studies in Television, 9.1 (2014) 77-94 Full text 
234)Furious love : Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton : the marriage of the century 
Sam Kashner  
(London: JR, 2010)  
235)Jade the obscure : celebrity death and the mediatised maiden 
Misha Kavka   & Amy West  
Celebrity Studies, 1.2 (2010) 216-30 Full text 
236)Gender, Media and Protest: Changing Representations of the Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison in British Newspapers, 1913–2013 
Jilly Boyce Kay   & Kaitlynn Mendes  
Media History, 26.2 (2020) 137-152 Full text 
237)A life to remember : the life story of Morella Kayman, co-founder of the Alzheimer’s Society 
Morella Kayman  
(London: John Blake, 2014)  
238)Say nothing : a true story of murder and memory in Northern Ireland 
Patrick Radden Keefe  
(London: William Collins, 2018)
1 review(s)  
239)Loreto College Cavan, 1930-2013 
Liam Kelly  , Brendan Scott   & Cumann Seanchais Bhreifne  
([Cavan]: Cumann Seanchais Bhreifne, 2013)  
240)Women’s experimental poetry in Britain 1970-2010 : body, time & locale 
David Kennedy   & Christine Kennedy  
(Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2013)  
241)Embracing women : making history in the Church of Ireland 
Ginnie Kennerley  
(Blackrock: Columba, 2008)  
242)‘You just have to get on with it’ : the advance of women in the legal profession, 1901-2011 
Colum Kenny  
in: Changes in practice and law : a selection of essays by members of the legal profession to mark twenty-five years of the Irish Legal History Society, ed. by Daire Hogan and Colum Kenny, Irish Legal History Society series, 23 (Dublin: Four Courts in association with the Irish Legal History Society, 2013), pp. 127-149.  
243)St. Mary of the Angels, Worthing : the Gaisford family and our Lady of Sion Convent : 150 years of entwined history 
Dennis J. Key   & St. Mary of the Angels (Church : Worthing, England)  
(Worthing: Verite CM Limited for St. Mary of the Angels Catholic Church, 2015)  
244)Resources in the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library: The Ella Mary Leather Manuscript Collection 
Andrew King  
Folk Music Journal, 9.5 (2010)  
245)Beryl Bainbridge : love by all sorts of means : a biography 
Brendan King  
(London: Bloomsbury, 2016)  
246)Hiding in the Pub to Cutting the Cord? Men’s Presence at Childbirth in Britain c.1940s–2000s 
Laura King  
Social History of Medicine, 30.2 (2017) 389-407 Full text 
247)Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club 1941-2014 : the struggle against inequality 
Jane Kingsbury   & Carol Williams  
(Cambridge: Tririme, 2015)  
248)The legacy and impact of Open University women’s/gender studies : 30 years on 
Gill Kirkup   & Elizabeth Whitelegg  
Gender & Education, 25.1 (2013) 6-22 Full text 
249)Women Dancing the Morris in Fletcher and Shakespeare’s The Two Noble Kinsmen, 1613–2015 
Elizabeth Zeman Kolkovich  
Shakespeare, 13.2 (2017) 164-179 Full text 
250)‘A school of our own’ : Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School, Barnet 
Simon Kovar  , Jenny Johnson   & Barnet Museum & Local History Society (London, England)  
(Barnet: Barnet Museum & Local History Society, 2013)  
251)An Eventful Journey from Christian Feminism to Christian Humanism 
Una Kroll  
Women’s History Review, 24.6 (2015) 996-1013 Full text 
252)In and out of empire : old labels and new histories 
Marilyn Lake  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 83-94.  
253)From Settlers to Strays : white Zimbabwean women, historical memory and belonging in the diaspora c.1980–2010 
Kate Law  
Women’s History Review, 25.4 (2016) 551-562 Full text 
254)Anne Madden : painting and reality 
Anne Madden Le Brocquy  , Christina Kennedy  , Helen O’Donoghue   & Irish Museum of Modern Art (Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland)  
IMMA series, 3 (Milano: Charta, 2010)  
255)Partners of the imagination : the lives, art and struggles of John Arden and Margaretta D’Arcy 
Robert Leach  
(Stoney Stanton: Indigo Dreams Pub., 2012)  
256)Selection and sampling methodologies in oral histories of mothering, parenting and family 
Carla Pascoe Leahy  
Oral History, 47.1 (2019) 105-116 Full text 
257)The Famous Women Dinner Service : A Critical Introduction and Catalogue 
Hana Leaper  
British Art Studies, 7 (2017) Full text 
258)Thatcher, la Dame de fer 
Jacques Leruez  
(Bruxelles: Versaille, 2011)  
259)A child of decolonisation 
Philippa Levine  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 107-116.  
260)Current trends in Brontë criticism and scholarship [The Brontës in context] 
Alexandra Lewis  
in: The Brontës in context, ed. by Marianne Thormählen, Literature in context (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 198-206.  
261)“My Little Body is Aweary of this Great World”: The Decline of Portia 
Peter Lewis  
Shakespeare, 16.3 (2020) 301-312 Full text 
262)Fawcett Saga : Remembering the Women’s Library across Four Decades 
Jill Liddington  
History Workshop Journal, 76.1 (2013) 266-280 Full text 
263)Women in the Irish film industry : stories and storytellers 
Susan Liddy  
(Cork: Cork University Press, 2020)  
264)Doorstep to damehood : an autobiography 
Katharine M. E. Liston  
([Scotland?]: Neetah Books, 2016)  
265)Bridie Gallagher : the girl from Donegal 
Jim Livingstone  
(Cork: The Collins Press, 2015)  
266)The mistresses of Cliveden : three centuries of scandal, power and intrigue in an English stately home 
Natalie Livingstone  
(London: Hutchinson, 2015)  
267)Elizabeth Taylor 1932-2011 : queen of the silver screen 
Ian Lloyd  
(London: André Deutsch, 2011)  
268)Gender and media in the broadcast age: women’s radio programming at the BBC, CBC, and ABC 
Justine Lloyd  
(London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020)
1 review(s)  
269)The British policewoman : her story 
Joan Lock  
(London: Robert Hale, 2014)  
270)#ForgetJamesBond: diversity, inclusion and the UK’s intelligence agencies   
Daniel W. B. Lomas  
Intelligence and National Security, 36.7 (2021) 995-1017 Full text 
271)Landscape for a Good Woman’s Weekly: Finding Magazines in Post-War British History and Culture 
Tracey Loughran  
in: Women in magazines : research, representation, production, and consumption, ed. by Sue Hawkins, Nicola Jane Phillips, Rachel Ritchie and S. Jay Kleinberg, Routledge research in gender and history, 23 (London: Routledge, 2016), pp. 40-54.  
272)A century of service : a history of the Irish nurses’ and midwives’ organisation, 1919-2019 
Mark Loughrey  
(Newbridge, Co. Kildare, Ireland: Irish Academic Press, 2019)
1 review(s)  
273)United Kingdom : Male Dominance Broken? 
Joni Lovenduski  
in: Breaking male dominance in old democracies, ed. by Drude Dahlerup and Monique Leyenaar (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 72-96.  
274)Women’s hockey in Ireland — a short history 
John Lucey  
History Ireland, 26.5 (2018) 44-47 Full text 
275)Feminism [The Princeton history of modern Ireland] 
Maria Luddy  
in: The Princeton history of modern Ireland, ed. by Richard Bourke and Ian McBride (Princeton: Princeton University Press, [2016]), pp. 470-489.  
276)Dedicated lives 
Edward Luscombe   & Stuart Donald  
(Dundee: Meadowside, [2013?])  
277)50 Shades of Elizabeth; or, “Doing History” in Pop Fiction 
Elizabeth Ann Mackay  
in: Remembering queens and kings of early modern England and France : reputation, reinterpretation, and reincarnation, ed. by Estelle Paranque, Queenship and power (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), pp. 259-278. Full text 
278)Wards in the sky : the RAF’s remarkable nursing service 
Mary Mackie  
(Stroud: The History Press, 2014)  
279)Personal Narratives of Family and Ethnic Identity : Orangewomen in Scotland and England, c.1940–2010 
D. A. J. MacPherson  
Immigrants & Minorities, 32.1 (2014) 90-114 Full text 
280)The Women’s Land Army Remembered on British Television 
Cat Mahoney  
in: The past in visual culture : essays on memory, nostalgia and the media, ed. by Jilly Boyce Kay, Cat Mahoney and Caitlin Shaw (Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., [2017]), pp. 46-65.  
281)Church and State in Ireland (1922-2013) : Contrasting Perceptions of Humanity 
Catherine Maignant  
Études irlandaises, 39.2 (2014) 63-77  
282)Glasgow Women’s Library 
Nicola Maksymuik  
Scottish Archives, 22 (2016) 126-135  
283)Anglican women novelists : from Charlotte Brontë to P.D. James  ed. by Judith D. Maltby   & Alison Shell  
(London: T. & T. Clark, 2019)
2 review(s)  
284)Source guide for the history of Manchester’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community 
Manchester (England). City Council  , Manchester Metropolitan University   & Lesbian Community Project  
(Manchester: Manchester City Council, 2011)  
285)The girls of Southend High School 1913-2013 : a century for women 
Pam Mansell   & Rebecca T. Foster  
(Kibworth Beauchamp: Matador, 2013)  
286)Mary Fedden and Julian Trevelyan : life and art by the River Thames 
José Manser  
(London: Unicorn Press, 2012)  
287)Margaret Thatcher : die Dramatisierung des Politischen 
Detlev Mares  
Persönlichkeit und Geschichte, 171 (Gleichen: Muster-Schmidt, 2014)  
288)L’alimentation comme expression d’une culture de classe : la bière et le thé dans la classe ouvrière britannique à l’écran depuis 1956 [Food as an… 
Anne-Lise Marin-Lamellet  
Leaves, 10 (2020) 19 pages Full text 
289)‘There’s nobody stronger than a single parent’. La Représentation de la mère-célibataire dans le cinéma social britannique (1961-2013) 
Anne-Lise Marin-Lemallet  
in: Mères-célibataires : de la malédiction au libre choix ? : regards croisés France-Grande-Bretagne, ed. by Florence Binard and Guyonne Leduc (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2016), pp. 111-134.  
290)Beryl Bainbridge 
Huw Marsh  
Writers and their work (Tavistock, Devon: Northcote, 2014)  
291)Plastic fantastic? Problematising post-feminism in erotic retailing in England 
Amber Martin  
Gender, Place and Culture, 23.10 (2016) 1420-1431 – Gender, Place and Culture, 23.10 (2016) 1420-1431 Full text 
292)Le Marché du travail et les femmes au Royaume-Uni : Précarité de l’emploi et mères-célibataires (2000-2015) 
Marie-Annick Mattioli  
in: Mères-célibataires : de la malédiction au libre choix ? : regards croisés France-Grande-Bretagne, ed. by Florence Binard and Guyonne Leduc (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2016), pp. 91-110.  
293)Building bridges : selected speeches and statements 
Mary McAleese  
(Dublin: History Press Ireland, 2011)  
294)Double lives : a history of working motherhoo 
Helen McCarthy  
(London: Bloomsbury, 2020)
3 review(s)  
295)Leonore Davidoff 1932–2014 
Keith McClelland  
Gender & History, 27.1 (2015) 1-5 Full text 
296)Bravely, faithfully, cheerfully : memories of Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, 1910-2010 
Pat McCormac  
(Shrewsbury: Altrincham Grammar School Old Girls’ Society, 2010)  
297)The spectral Arctic : a history of ghosts and dreams in polar exploration 
Shane McCorristine  
(London: UCL Press, 2018)
2 review(s) Full text 
298)Eighty not out : memoirs of a bad mixer 
Elizabeth McCullough  
(Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 2012)  
299)No Longer Curiously Rare but Only Just within Bounds : women in Scottish history 
Jane McDermid  
Women’s History Review, 20.3 (2011) 389-402 Full text 
300)Nursing’s Bitter Rivalry 
Lynn McDonald  
History Today, 62.9 (2012) 10-16  
301)“Old” Glossies and “New” Histories : Fashion, Dress and Historical Space 
Felice McDowell  
Fashion Theory, 20.3 (2016) 297-316 Full text 
302)Migrant women’s voices : talking about life and work in the UK since 1945 
Linda McDowell  
(London: Bloomsbury, 2016)
4 review(s)  
303)Double act : the remarkable lives & careers of Googie Withers & John Mccallum 
Brian McFarlane  
(Clayton: Monash University Publishing, 2015)  
304)“Damning Men’s Souls” : The Evolution of Irish Prostitution Memoirs 
Catherine McGurren  
Études irlandaises, 39.1 (2014) 73-86  
305)How British women became doctors : the story of the Royal Free Hospital and its medical school 
Neil McIntyre  
(United Kingdom: Wenrowave Press, 2014)  
306)Historical duty, palimpsestic time and migration in the Decade of Centenaries 
Charlotte McIvor  
Irish Studies Review, 24.1 (2016) 49-66 Full text 
307)“Doing Academia” in Queen’s University Belfast : Gendered Experiences, Perceptions and Strategies 
Martina McKnight   & Myrtle Hill  
in: Have women made a difference? : women in Irish universities, 1850-2010, ed. by Judith Harford and Claire Rush, Rethinking education, 3 (Bern; Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 189-217.  
308)“A Little Nurse Running around College” : Legitimating Nursing in the Irish Academy 
Martin S. McNamara   & Gerard M. Fealy  
in: Have women made a difference? : women in Irish universities, 1850-2010, ed. by Judith Harford and Claire Rush, Rethinking education, 3 (Bern; Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 163-87.  
309)William Webbe’s wench : Henry VIII, history and popular culture 
Shannon McSheffrey  
in: The Middle Ages on television : critical essays, ed. by Meriem Pagès and Karolyn Kinane (Jefferson (NC): McFarland & Co., [2015]), pp. 53-77.  
310)New perspectives on women and the Irish diaspora 
Ellen McWilliams   & Bronwen Walter  
Irish Studies Review, 21.1 (2013) 1-5 Full text 
311)The Changing Face of Exhibiting Women’s Wartime Work at the Imperial War Museum 
Alyson Mercer  
Women’s History Review, 22.2 (2013) 330-344 Full text 
312)Whiskey women : the untold story of how women saved bourbon, Scotch, and Irish whiskey 
Fred Minnick  
(Washington (DC): Potomac, 2013)  
313)“Harvesting our collective intelligence” : Black British feminism in post-race times 
Heidi Safia Mirza  
Women’s Studies International Forum, 51 (July–August 2015) 1-9 Full text 
314)A History of Fijian Women’s Activism (1900–2010) 
Margaret Mishra  
Journal of Women’s History, 24.2 (2012) 115-143 Full text 
315)Bridget Brereton : A Life in History 
Patricia Mohammed  
Journal of Caribbean History, 48.1 (2014) 40-63  
316)The Northern Irish Assembly and the Abortion Issue, 1967-2017 
Véronique Molinari  
Études irlandaises, 45.2 (2020) 77-99 Full text 
317)The Women’s Equality Party : “And Everything Old is New Again…” 
Véronique Molinari  
Revue française de civilisation britannique, 23.1 (2018) Full text 
318)The Failure of Feminism? Rape Law Reform in the Republic of Ireland, 1980–2017 
Ciara Molloy  
Law and History Review, 36.4 (2018) 689-712 Full text 
319)The surreal life of Leonora Carrington 
Joanna Moorhead  
(London: Virago, 2017)  
320)Surreal friends : Leonora Carrington, Remedios Varo and Kati Horna 
Joanna Moorhead   & Stefan van Raaij  
(Farnham: Ashgate/Lund Humphries, 2010)  
321)A game of our own : camogie’s story 1904-2010 
Mary Moran  
(Dublin: Camogie Association, 2011)  
322)Women’s art in Irland and Poland 1970-2010 : Experiencing and Experimenting on the Female Body 
Valérie Morisson  
Études irlandaises, 37.2 (2012) 81-94  
323)Contemporary Homemade Meteorological Science : Co-constructing the Home and Weather-Climate Knowledges in the UK 
Carol Morris   & Georgina H. Endfield  
in: Domesticity in the making of modern science, ed. by Donald L. Opitz, Staffan Bergwik and Brigitte van Tiggelen (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), pp. 151-171.  
324)‘Cameron’s Problem with Women’: The Reporting and the Reality of Gender-Based Trends in Attitudes to the Conservatives, 2010-2011 
Roger Mortimore  , Gideon Skinner   & Tomasz Mludzinski  
Parliamentary Affairs, 68.1 (2015) 97-115 Full text 
325)Her ladyship’s girl : a maid’s life in London 
Anwyn Moyle   & John F. McDonald  
(London: Simon & Schuster, 2014)  
326)Breaking the Silence : Pro-Choice Activism in Ireland since 1983 
Mary Muldowney  
in: Sexual politics in modern Ireland, ed. by Jennifer Redmond, Sonja Tiernan, Sandra McAvoy and Mary MacAuliffe (Sallins, Co. Kildare: Irish Academic Press, 2015), pp. 127-153.  
327)Queering Jane Austen in the Twenty-First Century 
Olivia Murphy  
Journal of Popular Culture, 53.4 (2020) 790-810 Full text 
328)Death retold in truth and rumour : Kenya, Britain and the Julie Ward Murder 
Grace A. Musila  
(Woodbridge: James Currey, 2015)  
329)Irish women’s athletics and the Olympic Games 
Lindie Naughton  
History Ireland, 20.4 (2012) 38-41  
330)Rewriting Mythology, Reclaiming History: Christine de Pizan and Eva Gore-Booth on Gendered Performance and Equality 
Kenna Neitch  
Women’s Studies, 49.2 (2020) 113-129 Full text 
331)Wilma’s story : growing up in Nazi Germany and colonial Rhodesia 
Wilma Neumann   & Martin Page  
(Watford, Herts: Print Forum Ltd, 2016)  
332)Amy Winehouse : the biography : 1983-2011 
Chas Newkey-Burden  
(London: John Blake, 2011)  
333)Ladies and lords : a history of women’s cricket in Britain   
Rafaelle Nicholson  
Sport, history and culture, 9 (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2019)
1 review(s)  
334)‘My Husband is Interested in War Generally’ : gender, family history and the emotional legacies of total war 
Lucy Noakes  
Women’s History Review, 27.4 (2018) 610-626 Full text 
335)Five Irish women : the second republic, 1960-2016 
Emer Nolan  
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019)
2 review(s)  
336)‘Transitory Thresholds’ : Geographic Imaginings of Adolescence in Women’s Fiction from North East Scotland 
Glenda Norquay  
Scottish Literary Review, 3.2 (2011) 81-99  
337)Kings’ Stomachs and Concrete Elephants: Gendering Elizabeth I through the Tilbury Speech 
Aidan Norrie  
Royal Studies Journal, 6.2 (2019) 148-182 Full text 
338)England’s queens : from Catherine of Aragon to Elizabeth II 
Elizabeth Norton  
(Stroud: Amberley, 2015)  
339)Major Accessions to Repositories in 2013 Relating to Women’s History 
Elisabeth Novitski  
Women’s History Review, 24.2 (2015) 271-307 Full text 
340)The contested and contingent outcomes of Thatcherism in the UK 
Alex Nunn  
Capital and Class, 38.2 (2014) 303-321 Full text 
341)A peculiar kind of mission : the English Dominican sisters, 1845-2010 
Anselm Nye  
(Leominster: Gracewing, 2011)  
342)A Century of Change: The (In)visibility of Women in the Irish Foreign Service, 1919–2019 
Ann Marie O’Brien  
Irish Studies in International Affairs, 30 (2019) 73-92 Full text 
343)Not in the Hot Seat : The Impact of Broadcasting on Women 
Anne O’Brien  
Éire-Ireland, 50.1 & 2 (2015) 169-188  
344)Country girl 
Edna O’Brien  
(London: Faber, 2012)  
345)Disability Discrimination Law in the United Kingdom and the New Civil Rights History : The Contribution of Caroline Gooding 
Nick O’Brien  
Journal of Law and Society, 43.3 (2016) 444-468 Full text 
346)Leaving God for God : the daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul in Britain, 1847-2017 
Susan O’Brien  
(London: Darton Longman & Todd, 2017)
1 review(s)  
347)Agent Rose : the true spy story of Eileen Nearne, Britain’s forgotten wartime heroine 
Bernard O’Connor  
(Stroud: Amberley, 2012)  
348)Gender and Organisational Culture at Senior Management Level : Limits and Possibilities for Change 
Pat O’Connor  
in: Have women made a difference? : women in Irish universities, 1850-2010, ed. by Judith Harford and Claire Rush, Rethinking education, 3 (Bern; Oxford: Peter Lang, 2010), pp. 139-62.  
349)The historiography of female religious teachers and schooling in Ireland: a critical review of key works 
Thomas Anthony O’Donoghue  
History of Education, 49.6 (2020) 839-855 Full text 
350)Kathleen Burk and the History of Diplomacy 
Glen O’Hara  
Diplomacy & Statecraft, 24.1 (2013) 1-20 Full text 
351)Biomedical Controversies in Catholic Ireland: A contemporary history of divisive social issues 
Don O’Leary  
(Cork: Eryn Press, 2020)
2 review(s)  
352)Through the arch : St. Mary’s School for Deaf Girls : remembering 170 years, 1846-2016 
Josephine O’Leary   & Alvean E. Jones  
(Dublin, Ireland: St. Mary’s Deaf Heritage, 2017)  
353)Just Mary : a memoir 
Mary O’Rourke  
(Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 2013)  
354)Stair Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Baile Buadáin Naomh Éanna = a history of Ballyboden St. Enda’s GAA, Camogie, Ladies Football and Handball Club,… 
Gearóid (Head of International Education at the Higher Education Authority) Ó Súilleabháin  
(Dublin, Ireland: CLG Baile Buadáin Naomh Éanna, 2020)  
355)The American dress : migrant objects in Irish literature 
Tina O’Toole  
Irish Studies Review, 26.1 (2018) 67-79 Full text 
356)“Neither cricketers nor ladies” : Towards a history of women and cricket in South Africa, 1860s-2000s 
Andre Odendaal  
International Journal of the History of Sport, 28.1 (2011) 115-136 Full text 
357)Sybil Oldfield at Seventy-Two : humanistic feminism – or thinking back through our grandmothers 
Sybil Oldfield  
Women’s History Review, 19.5 (2010) 741-758 Full text 
358)Sexuality in Heterotopia : time, space and love between women in the historic house 
Alison Oram  
Women’s History Review, 21.4 (2012) 533-551 Full text 
359)An Interview with Andrea Broomfield, the First Recipient of the VanArsdel Prize 
Jordan Osterman  
Victorian Periodicals Review, 50.2 (2017) 425-429 Full text 
360)Rachel Sheldon Bromwich 1915-2010 
Morfydd E. Owen  
Studia Celtica, 47.1 (2013) 183-187  
361)MJM Turner (1931-2010) : the life of an artist 
Paintbox Club  
(Omagh: David Turner, 2011)  
362)Dorothy Thompson (30 October 1923-29 January 2011) 
Bryan D. Palmer  
History Workshop Journal, 74 (2012) 301-306 Full text 
363)The Queen and Mrs Thatcher : an inconvenient relationship 
Dean Palmer  
(Stroud: The History Press, 2015)  
364)Representations of Queer London in the Fiction of Sarah Waters 
Paulina Palmer  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 81-96.  
365)Elizabeth Taylor : a passion for life : the wit and wisdom of a legend 
Joseph Papa  
(New York: Harper Design, 2011; [Enfield]: [Publishers Group UK, distributor], 2011)  
366)Daenerys Targaryen as Queen Elizabeth I’s Spiritual Daughter 
Estelle Paranque  
in: Remembering queens and kings of early modern England and France : reputation, reinterpretation, and reincarnation, ed. by Estelle Paranque, Queenship and power (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), pp. 241-257. Full text 
367)Vampire Darcy: The Impossible Romantic Hero 
Eric Parisot  
Journal of Popular Culture, 53.4 (2020) 829-849 Full text 
368)Austen Now: An Introduction 
Eric Parisot   & Gillian Dooley  
Journal of Popular Culture, 53.4 (2020) 783-789 Full text 
369)Thirty men & a girl : a singer’s memoirs of war, mountains, travel, and always music 
Elisabeth Parry  
(Guildford: Allegra, 2010)  
370)Food to remember : culinary practice and diasporic identity 
Razia Parveen  
Oral History, 44.1 (2016) 47-56  
371)As I am! : an autobiography 
Françoise Pascal  
Pegasus paperback (Cambridge: Pegasus, 2012)  
372)The ‘history of the history’ of women’s higher education in England : the women’s colleges 
Joyce Senders Pedersen  
History of Universities, 27.1 (2013) 97-127  
373)Press response to women politicians: A comparative study of suffragettes and contemporary Scottish Parliament leaders 
Sarah Pedersen  
Journalism Studies, 19.5 (2018) 709-725 Full text 
374)Glimmer of hope : the story of Naomi Blake 
Anita Peleg  
(London: Anita Peleg, 2014)  
375)Homes and native lands : settler colonialism, national frames, and the remaking of history 
Adele Perry  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 149-160.  
376)Darkness before dawn 
Ingrid Pitt  
(Hailsham: Hemlock, [2014])  
377)Joyce Pitt : athlete, accountant, adventurer 
Joyce Pitt   & Lorraine Lane  
(Newport, South Wales: Vine Press, [2014?])  
378)Reclaiming the Dame : Cross-dressing as Queen Victoria in British theatre and television comedy 
Benjamin Poore  
Comedy Studies, 3.2 (2012) 177-190 Full text 
379)Smile though your heart is breaking 
Pauline Prescott   & Wendy Holden  
(London: HarperCollins, 2010)  
380)Felt History : Emotions, Gender, and Genre in The Bletchley Circle 
E. Deidre Pribram  
Gender & History, 30.3 (2018) 755-768 Full text 
381)Quiet Contestations of Irish Abortion Law : Abortion Politics in Flux? 
Andreana C. Prichard  
in: Transcending borders : abortion in the past and present, ed. by Shannon Stettner, Katrina Ackerman, Kristin Burnett and Travis Hay (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 187-202.  
382)Ni’s story 
Berenice Pridham  
(Bideford: Pridham, 2010)  
383)In Pursuit of Transcendence : Honouring Doris Lessing – Introduction 
Ranka Primorac  
Journal of Southern African Studies, 42.1 (2016) 109-110 Full text 
384)The changing legal regulation of cohabitation : from fornicators to family, 1600-2010 
Rebecca Probert  
Law in context [series] (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)  
385)Women and the women’s movement in Britain since 1914 
Martin Pugh  
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)  
386)The long road to Champneys : the extraordinary life of a pioneering spa queen 
Dorothy Purdew   & Charlotte Ward  
(Oxford: Infinite Ideas, 2011)  
387)‘A Glass Half Full’? Women’s history in the UK 
June Purvis  
Women’s History Review, 27.1 (2018) 88-108 Full text 
388)What Was Margaret Thatcher’s Legacy for Women? 
June Purvis  
Women’s History Review, 22.6 (2013) 1014-1018 Full text 
389)Mary Quant : autobiography 
Mary Quant  
(London: Headline, 2012)  
390)Women’s legal landmarks : celebrating the history of women and law in the UK and Ireland  ed. by Erika Rackley   & Rosemary Auchmuty  
(London: Hart Publishing, 2018)  
391)The open cage : not hearing but living 
Phoebe Raddings  
(Hatfield: HKB Press, 2011)  
392)The legacy of a pioneer of female education in Ireland : tercentennial considerations of Nano Nagle and Presentation schooling 
Deirdre Raftery  , Catriona Delaney   & Deirdre Bennett  
History of Education, 48.2 (2019) 197-211 Full text 
393)The Benedictine nuns & Kylemore Abbey : a history 
Deirdre Raftery  
(Newbridge: Merrion Press, 2020)  
394)Dame Alice Owen’s School : a history, 1613-2013 
Gareth Randall  
([Potters Bar]: Dame Alice Owen’s School, 2012)  
395)Women’s voices in psychiatry : a collection of essays  ed. by Gianetta Rands  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018)
1 review(s) Full text 
396)Channing School : a chronicle of 125 years, 1885-2010 
Isabel Raphael  
(London: Channing Association, 2009)  
397)The adoption machine : the dark history of Ireland’s mother and baby homes and the inside story of how Tuam 800 became a global scandal 
Paul Jude Redmond  
(Newbridge, Co. Kildare, Ireland: Merrion Press, 2018)  
398)Women of Westminster : the MPs who changed politics 
Rachel Reeves  
(London: I.B. Tauris, 2019)
3 review(s)  
399)Out of Africa: oral histories of overseas volunteering in education, c. 1950–2010   
Ellen Regan   & Deirdre Raftery  
History of Education, 50.4 (2021) 517-535 Full text 
400)Charlotte Brontë : legacies and afterlives  ed. by Amber K. Regis   & Deborah Wynne  
Interventions. Rethinking the nineteenth century (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017)
1 review(s) Full text 
401)Midwifery in Scotland : a history 
Lindsay Reid  
(Erskine: Scottish History Press, 2011)  
402)In Memoriam Jenny Wormald (1942-2015) 
Jamie Reid-Baxter  
Innes Review, 67.1 (2016) 1-4 Full text 
403)Paradoxical self-translations: Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill’s remarkable admission 
Linda Revie  
Irish Studies Review, 28.3 (2020) 323-339 Full text 
404)Mary Soames : Her story 
David Reynolds  
Finest Hour : Journal of the Churchill Center and Societies, 164 (2014) 7-9  
405)From the Transatlantic to the Transnational : Reflections on the Changing Shape of International History 
David Reynolds  
Diplomacy & Statecraft, 24.1 (2013) 134-148 Full text 
406)Silo Walk : Exploring Power Relations on an English Common 
Lucy Reynolds   & John Schofield  
Radical History Review, 108 (2010) 154-60 Full text 
407)The final curtsey : the autobiography of Margaret Rhodes, first cousin of the Queen and niece of the late Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 
Margaret Rhodes  
(London: Umbria, 2011)  
408)New Queer Histories : Laura Doan’s Disturbing Practices and the Constance Maynard Archive [Review essay] 
Elsa Richardson  
Women’s History Review, 25.1 (2016) 161-168 Full text 
409)Joan Thirsk 
R. C. Richardson  
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 159.3 (2015) 343-348  
410)Regions and Frontiers : Joan Thirsk, 1922-2013 
R. C. Richardson  
Southern History, 36 (2014) 169-176  
411)Sacred Heart School and Convent : centenary history 
Francis Ridler  , Vivienne Phillips   & Sacred Heart School (Swaffham, England)  
(Swaffham, Norfolk: Sacred Heart School, June 2014)  
412)A dream of death : how Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s dream became a nightmare and a west Cork village became the centre of Ireland’s most notorious… 
Ralph Riegel  
(Dublin: Gill Books, 2020)  
413)The Virago story : assessing the impact of a feminist publishing phenomenon 
Catherine E. Riley  
Protest, culture & society, 23 (New York: Berghahn, 2018)  
414)Translocational Irish identities in Edna O’Brien’s memoir Country Girl (2012) 
María Amor Barros-del Río  
Gender, Place and Culture, 23.10 (2016) 1496-1507 – Gender, Place and Culture, 23.10 (2016) 1496-1507 Full text 
415)The Parliamentary Behaviour of Women and Men MPs : Equal Status, Similar Practices ? 
Karine Rivière-De Franco  
La revue LISA, 12.7 (2014)  
416)Quel horizon pour les femmes en politique dans la Grande-Bretagne du XXe et du XXIe siècles? 
Karine Rivière-De Franco  
in: Comment l’égalité vient aux femmes : politique, droits et syndicalisme en Grande-Bretagne, aux Etats-Unis et en France, ed. by Françoise Barret-Ducrocq and others (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2012), pp. 121-138.  
417)A century of promises : Girlguiding West Glamorgan, 1912-2012 
David Roberts  
(Neath: Bryngold Books, 2011)  
418)Memories of Dottie : Dorothy Thompson (1923-2011) 
Stephen Roberts  
Labour History Review, 76.2 (2011) 161-168 Full text 
419)Joan Thirsk, FBA, 1922-2013 
Jane Robinson  
Agricultural History Review, 62.1 (2014) 146-154  
420)A force to be reckoned with : a history of the Women’s Institute 
Jane Robinson  
(London: Virago, 2011)  
421)Everybody matters : a memoir 
Mary Robinson  
(London: Hodder and Stoughton, 2012)  
422)Stripped of Their Altars : Film, Faith, and Tudor Royal Women from the Silent Era to the Twenty-First Century, 1895–2014 
William Baxter Robison  
in: Women during the English Reformations : renegotiating gender and religious identity, ed. by Julie Chappell and Kaley A. Kramer (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 145-178.  
423)Re-charting the Black Atlantic : Jackie Kay’s Cartographies of the Self 
Carla Rodríguez González  
Études Écossaises, 17 (2015) 103-119  
424)From union legislation to financial reform : A reflection on Thatcherism, capital and the British state 
Chris Rogers  
Capital and Class, 38.2 (2014) 289-302 Full text 
425)Martin Lister and his remarkable daughters : the art of science in the seventeenth century 
Anna Marie Roos  
(Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2019)
3 review(s)  
426)Remembering Leonore Davidoff : Subjectivity in Thicker than Water 
Michael Roper  
History Workshop Journal, 80.1 (2015) 329-334 Full text 
427)“Un Auteur” or “Une Héroïne”? Jane Austen in France in the Early Twenty-First Century 
Anne Rouhette  
Journal of Popular Culture, 53.4 (2020) 811-828 Full text 
428)Sport and Ireland : a history 
Paul Rouse  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015)
2 review(s)  
429)Old teachers: a feminist research agenda   
Kate Rousmaniere  
History of Education, 50.4 (2021) 501-516 Full text 
430)Représenter l’expérience vécue dans les Magdalen Laundries en passant par la « voie longue » de l’herméneutique et l’analyse de textes assistée…   
Audrey Rousseau  
Études irlandaises, 46.1 (2021) 123-141 Full text 
431)Representations of forced labor in the Irish Magdalen laundries : contemporary visual art as site of memory 
Audrey Rousseau  
in: Excavating memory : sites of remembering and forgetting, ed. by Maria Theresia Starzmann, John R. Roby and Paul A. Shackel, Cultural heritage studies (Gainesville (FL): University Press of Florida, [2016]), pp. 293-315. Full text 
432)Clergy wives’ stories : fifteen oral histories from the 1950s to the present day 
Sheila Rowe  
([England?]: The Plynlimmon Press, 2013, ©2012)  
433)Going nowhere : a memoir 
Joan Ruddock  
(London: Biteback Publishing, 2016)  
434)Compare and contrast : understanding Irish migration to Britain in a wider context 
Louise Ryan  
Irish Studies Review, 21.1 (2013) 6-19 Full text 
435)Representing mixed race in Jamaica and England from the abolition era to the present 
Sara Salih  
Routledge research in postcolonial literatures, 30 (London: Routledge, 2011)  
436)A Novel Match At Cricket : A History of Women’s Cricket in an English Shire 
Paul Salway  
(Woodstock: Millwood Research and Publication, [2018])  
437)Gendering Labour History Across Borders 
Joan Sangster  
Labour History Review, 75.2 (2010) 143-61 Full text 
438)The Many Lives of Margaret Thatcher [Review article] 
Robert Saunders  
English Historical Review, 132.556 (2017) 638-658 Full text 
439)The infamous whore forgotten: Remembering Mary Boleyn in history and fiction 
Laura Saxton  
Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, 19 (2013) 92-105  
440)Women, Book History, and the Long Eighteenth Century: Taking Stock, Moving Forward   
Betty A. Schellenberg   & Michelle Levy  
Huntington Library Quarterly, 84.1 (2021) 1-3 Full text 
441)Review article : The Politics of Remembering the Suffragettes 
Laura Schwartz  
Revue française de civilisation britannique, 23.1 (2018) Full text 
442)A serious endeavour : gender, education and community at St Hugh’s, 1886-2011 
Laura Schwartz  
(London: Profile Books, 2011)  
443)The household economy since 1870 
Peter Scott  
in: The Cambridge economic history of modern Britain. Volume 2 : 1870 to the present, ed. by Roderick Floud, Jane Humphries and Paul A. Johnson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 362-386.  
444)I being in the way … : how God led a Scottish woman’s missionary work in North and South Africa 
Rona M. Scott  
(Lockerbie: Opal Trust, 2013)  
445)The lady Lord Mayors of Norwich 1923-2017 
Phyllida Scrivens  
(Barnsley: Pen & Sword History, 2018)  
446)Justice for Magdalenes : From Advocacy Support Group to Human Rights Issues 
Nathalie Sebbane  
Études irlandaises, 40.1 (2015) 185-197 Full text 
447)Magdalen Laundries : enjeu des droits de l’homme et responsabilité publique 
Nathalie Sebbane  
Études irlandaises, 37.1 (2012) 41-56  
448)May at 10 
Anthony Selden  
(London: Biteback Publishing, 2019)  
449)A colonial legacy of African gender inequality? Evidence from Christian Kampala, 1895–2011 
Felix Meier Zu Selhausen   & Jacob Weisdorf  
Economic History Review, 69.1 (2016) 229-257 Full text 
450)The reception of George Eliot in Europe  ed. by Elinor S. Shaffer   & Catherine Brown  
The reception of British and Irish authors in Europe, 22 – The Athlone Critical Traditions Series, 22 (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016)  
451)“Don’t keep mum”: critical approaches to the narratives of women intelligence professionals 
Jessica Shahan  
Intelligence and National Security, 36.4 (2021) 569-583 Full text 
452)Postcolonial minorities in Britain and France : in the hyphen of the nation-state 
Shailja Sharma  
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016)  
453)The History Woman : Joan Thirsk (1922–2013) 
Pamela Sharpe  
History Workshop Journal, 80.1 (2015) 335-341 Full text 
454)The Lady’s Not for Returning : Memory, Mediation and Margaret Thatcher in Three Contemporary Biopics 
Caitlin Shaw  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 15.2 (2018) 157-178 Full text 
455)Sister Mother Magdalen Taylor and the Poor Servants of the Mother of God : genealogical sources at the SMG [sic] Central Congregational Archive 
Paul Shaw  
Catholic Ancestor, 14.4 (2013) 167-195  
456)Miss June Swann: An Appreciation 
Rebecca Shawcross  
Costume, 53.1 (2019) 3-10 Full text 
457)Nancy Pollard Brown (1921–2015) 
Alison Shell   & Peter Davidson  
British Catholic History, 33.1 (2016) 9-11 Full text 
458)The iconography of populism : waterborne entries to London for Anne Boleyn (1533), Catherine of Braganza (1662) and Elizabeth II (2012) 
Margaret Shewring  
in: Ceremonial entries in early modern Europe : the iconography of power, ed. by J. R. Mulryne, Maria Ines Aliverti and Annamaria Testaverde Matteini, European festival studies, 1450-1700 (Farnham: Ashgate, [2015]), pp. 221-244.  
459)Diana and beyond : white femininity, national identity, and contemporary media culture 
Raka Shome  
(Urbana (IL): University of Illinois Press, [2014])  
460)A very uncommon woman : Iris Simmons MBE 1921-2013. 
Tim (Biographer) Simmons  
([Bicester]: Words by Design, [2016])  
461)Crooked lines and zigzags : from the neocolonial to the colonial 
Mrinalini Sinha  
in: How empire shaped us, ed. by Antoinette M. Burton and Dane Keith Kennedy (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 129-139.  
462)Trailblazer in flight : Britain’s first female jet airline captain 
Yvonne Pope Sintes   & Graham M. Simons  
(Barnsley: Pen & Sword Aviation, 2013)  
463)Sports History : Reflections on My Journey So Far 
Fiona Skillen  
International Journal of the History of Sport, 34.5-6 (2017) 437-441 Full text 
464)Why not me? : from Trinidad to Albert Square via Empire Road : a memoir 
Corinne Skinner-Carter   & Z. Nia Reynolds  
([s.l.]: Black Stock Books, 2011)  
465)Joan Thirsk 
Paul Slack  
Past & Present, 222.1 (2014) 3-7 Full text 
466)Elisabeth Sladen : the autobiography 
Elisabeth Sladen   & Jeff Hudson  
(London: Aurum Press, 2011)  
467)Doreen Waugh 1944–2015 
Brian Smith  
Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 9 (2015) 1-4  
468)Access to Justice for Victims of Historic Institutional Abuse 
Colin Smith   & April Duff  
Éire-Ireland, 55.1-2 (2020) 100-119 Full text 
469)Generations of Women Historians : Within and Beyond the Academy    ed. by Hilda L. Smith   & Melinda S. Zook  
(Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]) Full text 
470)Girlhood in British coming-of-age novels : the bildungsroman heroine revisited 
Soa Šnircová  
(Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2017)  
471)A daughter’s tale : the memoir of Winston and Clementine Churchill’s youngest child 
Mary Soames  
(London: Doubleday, 2011)  
472)The road to Ambridge : my life, Peggy & The Archers 
June Spencer  
(London: JR, 2010)  
473)Just a book in a library? The Sybil Campbell Library Collection fostering international friendship amongst graduate women 
Stephanie Spencer  
History of Education, 42.2 (2013) 257-274 Full text 
474)On Being ‘Creative but Circumspect’: Caroline Hollick, RED Production Company Creative Director 
Andrew Spicer  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16.3 (2019) 384-390 Full text 
475)‘Quality, contemporary, provocative drama’: Nicola Shindler, RED Production Company CEO 
Andrew Spicer  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16.3 (2019) 367-383 Full text 
476)Oral History of Dame Stephanie Shirley 
Dag Spicer  
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 40.1 (2018) 6-17 Full text 
477)Margaret [Spufford] 
Peter Spufford  
in: Faith, place and people in Early Modern England : essays in honour of Margaret Spufford, ed. by Trevor Dean, Glyn Parry, Edward Vallance and Margaret Spufford (Martlesham: The Boydell Press, 2018), pp. 15-26.  
478)Convent of Mercy, Longford : 1861-2011 
St. Joseph’s Convent of Mercy (Longford, Longford, Ireland)  
(Longford: St. Joseph’s Convent of Mercy, 2011)  
479)Women and the Royal Navy 
Jo Stanley  
A history of the Royal Navy (London: I.B. Tauris, 2017)  
480)Beyond the Foreign Office Papers : The Making of an International Historian 
Zara Shakow Steiner  
International History Review, 39.3 (2017) 546-570 Full text 
481)The Mary Soames canon, 1979-2011 
Christopher H. Sterling   & others  
Finest Hour : Journal of the Churchill Center and Societies, 164 (2014) 20-25  
482)Millennium to centenary : the Ladies’ Guild of Change Ringers, 2000-2012 
Janet Stevenson  
([Leicestershire]: Janet Stevenson, [2013])  
483)Are Drag Kings Still Too Queer for London? From the Nineteenth-Century Impersonator to the Drag King of Today 
Kayte Stokoe  
in: Sex, time and place : queer histories of London, c.1850 to the present, ed. by Simon Avery and Katherine M. Graham (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016), pp. 97-114.  
484)Brontë transformations : the cultural dissemination of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights 
Patsy Stoneman  
1 (Brighton: Edward Everett Root Publishers, 2018)  
485)Adaptations, prequels, sequels, translations [The Brontës in context] 
Patsy Stoneman  
in: The Brontës in context, ed. by Marianne Thormählen, Literature in context (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 207-214.  
486)UK feminist cartoons and comics : a critical survey 
Nicola Streeten  
Palgrave Studies in Comics and Graphic Novels (Cham: Palgrave, 2020) Full text 
487)Women of Ideas : Tracing ‘Othering’ Footprints   
Sonja Strode  
([England]:, 2019)  
488)Strength of our mothers 
(Manchester: National Black Arts Alliance, 2019)
1 review(s)  
489)Colonial swansong : a mem’s memoirs 
Wendy Suart  
([Carnegie, Vic.]: Dingo Books, 2011)  
490)Trafalgar Square and the narration of Britishness 1900-2012 : imagining the nation 
Shanti Sumartojo  
British identities since 1707, 5 (Oxford: Peter Lang, [2013])  
491)Gateway to heaven : fifty years of lesbian and gay oral history 
Clare Summerskill  
(London: Tollington, 2013, ©2012)  
492)Power and Its Loss in The Iron Lady 
Florence Sutcliffe-Braithwaite   & Jon Lawrence  
in: Biography and History in Film, ed. by Thomas S. Freeman and David L. Smith, Palgrave studies in the history of the media (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), pp. 295-317. Full text 
493)Enid Bakewell : coalminer’s daughter 
Simon Sweetman  
Lives in cricket, 49 (Bedford: Association of Cricket Statisticians and Historians, 2018)  
494)From ‘I’m not a feminist, but…’ to ‘Call me an old-fashioned feminist…’ : conservative women in parliament and feminism, 1979–2017 
David Swift  
Women’s History Review, 28.2 (2019) 317-336 Full text 
495)The history of British diplomacy in Pakistan 
Ian Talbot  
Routledge advances in South Asian studies, 37 (London: Routledge, 2020)
1 review(s) Full text 
496)June Swann: A Curator’s Appreciation 
Naomi E. A. Tarrant  
Costume, 53.1 (2019) 11-12 Full text 
497)‘How Can I be Too High in Rank to Dine with the Servants, but Too Low to Dine with My Family?’ : Intersectionality and Postfeminism in Amma… 
Jessica Taylor  
Gender & History, 30.3 (2018) 769-785 Full text 
498)The Bicentenary of Queen Victoria 
Miles Taylor  
Journal of British Studies, 59.1 (2020) 121-135 Full text 
499)Sinners? Scroungers? Saints? : unmarried motherhood in twentieth-century England 
Pat Thane   & Tanya Evans  
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)  
500)The secret cemetery : a guide to the burial ground of the English Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre in the parishes of Boreham and Springfield,… 
Hannah Thomas  
(Leominster, Herefordshire, England: Gracewing, 2017)  
501)Cilla : 1943-2015 
Douglas Thompson  
(London: Metro, 2015)  
502)Take six girls : the lives of the Mitford sisters 
Laura Thompson  
(London: Head of Zeus, 2015)  
503)Mary Wollstonecraft : an annotated bibliography 
Janet M. Todd  
Routledge library editions. Women’s history, 39 (London: Routledge, 2013)  
504)Tastes of Honey: the making of Shelagh Delaney and a cultural revolution   
Selina Todd  
(London: Chatto and Windus, 2019)
1 review(s)  
505)Ruth Davidson’s Conservatives : the Scottish Tory Party, 2011-19  ed. by David Torrance  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020)
1 review(s)  
506)Women at the intersection of the local and the global in schools’ and community history in Britain since the 1980s 
Alison Twells  
in: Women in transnational history : connecting the local and the global, ed. by Clare Midgley, Alison Twells and Julie Carlier, Women’s and gender history (London: Routledge, 2016), pp. 180-200.  
507)The Exercise of Soft Power by Female Monarchs in the United Kingdom 
Anne Twomey  
Royal Studies Journal, 7.2 (2020) 31-48 Full text 
508)Jewish women writers in Britain  ed. by Nadia Valman  
(Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2014)  
509)How the game was played : essays in sports history 
Wray Vamplew  
(Brighton: Edward Everett Root Publishers, 2016)  
510)Humean Look at Feminist Ethics 
Phyllis Vandenberg  
The European Legacy, 18.5 (2013) 619-627 Full text 
511)A maiden over : a socio-historical analysis of the Women’s Ashes 
Philippa Velija  
Sport in Society, 15.8 (2012) 1121-1133 Full text 
512)Nationalism and Communication 
Mary Vipond  
Canadian Historical Review, 98.3 (2017) 568-590 Full text 
513)Something to show for it : The place of mementoes in women’s oral histories of work 
Christine Wall  
Management and Organizational History, 5.3-4 (2010) 378-394 Full text 
514)Singing softly to the light : the biography of Mary Louise Coulouris 
Gordon Wallace  
(London: Unicorn Press, 2015)  
515)Confusing cases: Forrester, Stoller, Agnes, woman 
Julie Walsh  
History of the Human Sciences, 33.3-4 (2020) 15-32 Full text 
516)Personal lives : narrative accounts of Irish women in the diaspora 
Bronwen Walter  
Irish Studies Review, 21.1 (2013) 37-54 Full text 
517)The story of Britain’s first female ambassador : Dame Anne Warburton DCVO CMG 
P. Richard (Piers Richard) Warburton  
(Sewickley, PA: P. Richard Warburton, 2018)  
518)Black British intellectuals and education : multiculturalism’s hidden history 
Paul Warmington  
(London; New York: Routledge, 2014)  
519)A history of the Barrow Cadbury Trust : constancy & change in Quaker philanthropy 
Merlin Waterson  , Samantha Wyndham   & Barrow Cadbury Trust  
(London: The Barrow Cadbury Trust, 2013)  
520)Introduction [Political Society in Later Medieval England] 
John Watts  
in: Political society in later medieval England : a festschrift for Christine Carpenter, ed. by Christine Carpenter, Benjamin Thompson and John Watts (Martlesham: The Boydell Press, 2015), pp. 1-14.  
521)Doreen J. Waugh : a bibliography 
William Waugh  , Eileen Brooke-Freeman  , Brian Smith   & Simon Taylor  
Journal of Scottish Name Studies, 9 (2015) 5-8  
522)Coming out : the emergence of LGBT identities in Britain from the nineteenth century to the present 
Jeffrey Weeks  
(London: Quartet Books, 2016)  
523)The Empress Matilda and Motherhood in Popular Fiction, 1970s to the Present 
Katherine Weikert  
in: Virtuous or villainess? : the image of the royal other from the early medieval to the early modern era, ed. by Carey Fleiner and Elena Woodacre, Queenship and power (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), pp. 225-245. Full text 
524)From Schlockspeare to Austenpop 
Juliette Wells  
Shakespeare, 6.4 (2010) 446-462 Full text 
525)Mothers and Daughters in Historical Perspective : Home, Identity and Double Consciousness in British Pakistanis’ Migration and Return 
Pnina Werbner  
Journal of Historical Sociology, 26.1 (2013) 41-61 Full text 
526)Valerie Leon : The Carry Ons, Hammer horror, Bond & so much more 
Gary Wharton  
([Ferndale, Wales]: Lushington Publishing, 2018)  
527)The Colleen Bawn and tourism in Killarney 
Robert Whelan  
History Ireland, 27.1 (2019) 16-19 Full text 
528)Britishness and otherness: Representing and constructing identity in BBC’s Land Girls 
Bonnie J. White  
Critical Studies in Television, 14.1 (2019) 90-105 Full text 
529)The (Deaconess) Community of St Andrew 1861 – 2011 
Teresa Joan White   & Community of St. Andrew (London, England)  
(London: The Community of St Andrew, 2012)  
530)Women and Electoral Success in Ireland, 2007–13 
Timothy Jerome White  , Fiona Buckley  , Claire McGing   & Mack Mariani  
in: Engendering Ireland : new reflections on modern history and literature, ed. by Rebecca Anne Barr, Sarah-Anne Buckley and Laura Kelly (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015), pp. 135-155.  
531)Gender and Electoral Representation in Ireland 
Timothy Jerome White   & Claire McGing  
Études irlandaises, 37.2 (2012) 33-48  
532)Freemasons on the goldfields : Ballarat and district 1853 – 2013 
Dorothy Wickham  
(Ballarat (Vic): Ballarat Heritage Services Publishing, 2013)  
533)No secret anymore : the real Kathy Kirby 
Mark Willerton   & Ian Parkes  
(Kibworth Beauchamp, Leicestershire: Matador, [2012])  
534)O Ben Bryn i D’r Cyffredin 
Betty Williams  
(Caernarfon: Gwasg y Bwthyn, 2010)  
535)A history of women policing Hampshire and the Isle of Wight 1915-2016 
Clifford Williams   & Hampshire Constabulary History Society  
(Netley, Southampton: The Hampshire Constabulary History Society, [2016])  
536)Exposed on film: the (un) promised land of Nova Scotia in the miniseries The Book of Negroes 
Emily Allen Williams  
in: Celluloid chains : slavery in the Americas through film, ed. by Rudyard J. Alcocer, Kristen Block and Dawn Duke (Knoxville (TN): University of Tennessee Press, 2018), pp. 277-298.  
537)Female stars of British cinema : the women in question 
Melanie Williams  
(Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017)
1 review(s)  
538)Gender and the law of provocation in the long twentieth century 
Adrian Williamson  
Women’s History Review, 29.3 (2020) 495-519 Full text 
539)Scenes from the revolution : making political theatre 1968-2018  ed. by Kim Wiltshire   & Billy Cowan  
(Ormskirk: Edge Hill University Press, 2018)  
540)Ephemeral Feminist Histories and the Politics of Transmission within Digital Culture 
Deborah Withers  
Women’s History Review, 26.5 (2017) 678-691 Full text 
541)Theorising the Women’s Liberation Movement as Cultural Heritage 
Deborah Withers  
Women’s History Review, 25.5 (2016) 847-862 Full text 
542)Barking and the Historiography of Female Community 
Jocelyn Wogan-Browne  
in: Barking Abbey and medieval literary culture : authorship and authority in a female community, ed. by Jennifer Nancy Brown and Donna Alfano Bussell (Woodbridge: York Medieval Press in association with Boydell, 2012), pp. 283-296.  
543)Three (Working-class) Girls: Social Realism, the ‘At-risk’ Girl and Alternative Classed Subjectivities 
Helen Wood  
Journal of British Cinema and Television, 17.1 (2020) 70-90 Full text 
544)Blonde in deep water : Brenda Fisher : the story of a Channel swimmer 
Lucy Wood  
([Grimsby]: North Wall Publishing, [2015])  
545)Painting paradise : Julia Wroughton and the Inniemore School of Painting 
Julia Wroughton   & Inniemore School of Painting  
(London: Strathmore Publishing, 2012)  
546)Joan Dils : an appreciation 
Margaret Yates  
in: People, places and context : essays in local history in honour of Joan Dils, ed. by Berkshire Local History Association. Annual General Meeting (38th : 2015 : Reading, England) (Purley on Thames, Berkshire: Published for the Berkshire Local History Association by Goosecroft Publications, 2016), .  
547)Gendered Violence and Cultural Forgetting : The Case of the Irish Magdalenes 
Jennifer Yeager   & Jonathan Culleton  
Radical History Review, 126 (2016) 134-146 Full text 
548)Women Change Everything 
Mary A. Yeager  
Enterprise and Society, 16.4 (2015) 744-769 Full text 
549)“A fucking Jane Austen novel”: an alternative popular culture legacy 
Rosetta Young  
Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 41.4 (2019) 355-368 Full text 
550)(Un)safe sex in James Bond films : what chance for sex education? 
Lara D. A. Zegers   & Richard H. C. Zegers  
Scottish Medical Journal, 63.4 (2018) 113-118 Full text 
551)Obituary Ann Loreille Saunders 1930–2019  Costume, 53.2 (2019) 298-303 Full text 
552)The Women’s Engineering Society celebrating women in engineering 1919-2019  (Glasgow: West Argyll Technical Publications Ltd, [2019?])  
553)Major Accessions to Repositories in 2012 Relating to Women’s History  Women’s History Review, 23.2 (2014) 275-309 Full text 
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