Publications Since 2014

Publications Since 2014

  • Abrams, Lynn and Elizabeth Ewan (eds), Nine Centuries of Man: Manhood and Masculinities in Scottish History (Edinburgh University Press, 2017)
  • Abrams, Lynn and Elizabeth Ewan, ‘Introduction: Interrogating Men and Masculinities in Scottish History’, in Lynn Abrams and Elizabeth Ewan (eds), Nine Centuries of Man: Manhood and Masculinities in Scottish History (Edinburgh University Press, 2017), pp. 1-17
  • Abrams, Lynn, ‘A Wartime Family Romance: Narratives of Masculinity and Intimacy during World War Two’, in Lynn Abrams and Elizabeth Ewan (eds), Nine Centuries of Man: Manhood and Masculinities in Scottish History (Edinburgh University Press, 2017), pp. 160-79
  • Abrams, Lynn, ‘Finding the Female Self: Women's Autonomy, Marriage and Social Change in Nineteenth Century Germany’, in Jan Ruger and Nikolaus Wachsmann (eds), Rewriting German History (2015)
  • Abrams, Lynn, ‘Liberating the female self: epiphanies, conflict and coherence in the life stories of Post-war British women’, Social History (2014) 
  • Abrams, L., 'Memory as both source and subject of study: the transformations of oral history' in S.Berger and B.Niven (eds), Writing the History of Memory (Blackwell 2014), pp. 89-110
  • Airlie, S., Bracke, M. A., and Elliot, R., Editorial. Gender and History, 28:2 (2016), pp. 275-82
  • Bracke, M. A., ‘Feminism, the State, and the Centrality of Reproduction: Abortion Struggles in 1970s Italy’, Social History 42:4 (2017)
  • Bracke, M. and P. Morris (eds), Translating Feminism: Transfer, Transgression, Transformation (1945-1991) (2017)
  • Bracke, M., ‘Rethinking the “backlash”: conceptualising responses to the cultures and movements of 1968 during the long 1970s’ (2015)
  • Bracke, M., and Silvio Pons, ‘Reform communism in comparative and historical perspective’, Cambridge History of Communism (Cambridge University Press 2015)
  • Bracke, M. A., ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves: the Transnational Connections of 1970s Italian and Roman Feminism’, Journal of Contemporary History, 50:3 (2015), pp. 560-80 
  • Bracke, M. A., and J. Mark, ‘Between Deconolnization and the Cold War: Transnational Activism and its Limits in Europe, 1950s-90s’, Journal of Contemporary History, 50:3 (2015), pp. 403-17 
  • Bracke, M. A., and J. Mark (guest editors), ‘The Limits of Transnationalism’ (Special Issue of Journal of Contemporary History) 3 (2015)
  • Bracke, M., Women and the Re-Invention of the Political: Feminism in Italy in an International Perspective (1968-1983) (Routledge 2014)
  • Brown, C. G., ‘The Necessity of Atheism: Making Sense of Secularisation’, Journal of Religious History (2017)
  • Brown, C. G., Becoming Atheist: Humanism and the Secular West (Bloomsbury, 2017)
  • Brown, C. G., ‘How Anglicans Lose Religion: an Oral History of Becoming Secular', in Abby Day (ed.), Contemporary Issues in the Worldwide Anglican Communion: Powers and Pieties (Farnham, Ashgate, 2016), pp. 245-66
  • Brown, C. G., T. Green and J. Mair, Religion in Scots Law: Report of an Audit at the University of Glasgow (Edinburgh, Humanist Society Scotland, 2016), 355pp., published online
  • Brown, C., Becoming Secular: The Individual in the Modern West (2015)
  • Brown, C., ‘Unfettering religion: women and the family chain in the late twentieth century’, in C. Methuen and T. Grass (eds), Studies in Church History (2015)
  • Cheadle, Tanya, ‘Music Hall, “Mashers” and the “Unco Guid”: Competing Masculinities in Victorian Glasgow’, in Lynn Abrams and Elizabeth Ewan (eds), Nine Centuries of Man: Manhood and Masculinity in Scottish History (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017), pp. 223-41
  • Clarke, J., ‘Afterlives of a Factory: Memory, Place and Space in Alençon’, in S. High, L. MacKinnon and A. Perchard (eds), The Deindustrialized World.  University of British Columbia Press (2017)
  • Elliot, R., A. Hughes and J. Meek, ‘Working Class Family Breakdown and the First World War in Scotland’, Scottish Labour History, 50 (2015), pp. 141-59
  • Elliot, R., ‘Miscarriage, abortion or criminal feticide: understandings of early pregnancy loss in Britain, 1900 – 1950.’ Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Biological and Biomedical Sciences (2014)
  • Gordon, E., ‘Irregular marriage and cohabitation: official attitudes and popular practice’, under review with Historical Journal (2015)
  • Gordon, E and A. Hughes, ‘Rethinking the “traditional family”: family diversity in Scotland, 1955-1939’ (2015)
  • Hajek, A., ‘Women’s history, memory and the digital turn’, Women’s History Review (2015)
  • Hajek, A., ‘Punishment, penitence, and the guilty consciousness of terrorism: women terrorists in Italian cinema’, Feminist Review (2015)
  • Hajek, A., C. Lohmeier and C. Pentzold (eds), Social Media and Social Memories: Remembering in Digitally Networked Times (Palgrave Macmillan 2015)
  • Hajek, A., ‘Defining female subjectivities in Italy: motherhood and abortion in the individual and collective memories of the 1970s women’s movement in Bologna’, Women's History Review (2014)
  • Hajek, A., Coming to terms with terrorism. Sergio Corbucci’s Donne armate and the trauma of the anni di piombo’, The Italianist - Film Issue, Vol. 34 (2014)
  • Hughes, A. and J. Meek, ‘State regulation, family breakdown and lone motherhood: the hidden cost of the Great War in Scotland’, submitted to Journal of Family History (2015)

  • MacLeod, Catriona, ‘Enterprising Widows: Family, Business and the Succession Process’, in J. Heinonen and K Vainio-Korhonen (eds), Women in Business Families: From Past to Present (Routledge)
  • Meek, J., ‘Risk! Pleasure! Affirmation! Navigating Queer Urban Spaces in Twentieth-Century Scotland’, in D. Simonton (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of the History of Gender and Urban Experience, Routledge history handbooks (Routledge: London, 2017) pp. 385-96 
  • Meek, J., ‘“That Class of Men”: Effeminacy, Sodomy and Failed Masculinities in Inter- and Post-war Scotland’, in Lynn Abrams and Elizabeth Ewan (eds), Nine Centuries of Man: Manhood and Masculinities in Scottish History (Edinburgh University Press, 2017)
  • Meek, J., ‘Boarding and Lodging Practices in Early Twentieth-Century Scotland’, Continuity and Change, 31:1 (2016), pp. 79-100
  • Meek, J., Queer Voices in Post-War Scotland: Male Homosexuality, Religion and Society. Series: Genders and sexualities in history (Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, 2015)
  • Meek, J., ‘Scottish Churches, Morality, and Homosexual Law Reform, 1957 to 1980’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 66:3 (2015), pp. 596-613
  • Morris, Penelope, and Willson, Perry, La mamma: Interrogating a National Stereotype (Palgrave) 
  • Morris, P., ‘Translation of feminist writing in Spare Rib and the Italian magazine Effe’ (2015)
  • Morris, P., Piccola Posta: Advice Columns, Emotions and Social Change in 20th-Century Italy (2015)
  • Morris, P., ‘Dalla parte di lei’: La rubrica di lettere di Alba de Céspedes, Epoca 1952-1958. Antologia critica (Rome: Viella 2015)
  • Morris, P., and P. Willson (eds), La mamma: Interrogating a National Stereotype (2015)
  • Morris, P., ‘Problems and Prescriptions: Ideas of Motherhood in 1950s and 1960s Print Media’ in P. Morris and P. Willson (eds), La mamma: Interrogating a National Stereotype (2015)
  • Morris, P., ‘Un espace pour les émotions: le courier du coeur italien de l’après-guerre’, in L’Émotion de l’espace privé à l’espace public XIXe-XXIe siècles (Colin 2014)
  • Partzsch, H., ¿Operación salvamento? La recuperación de la historia de la participación de las mujeres en la cultura literaria, Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie V: Historia Contemporánea, 29 (2017)
  • Partzsch, H., Mujeres de letras y de negocios: Faustina Sáez de Melgar y el mercado de las revistas de modas isabelinas, Insula, 841-2 (2017)
  • Partzsch, H., Danger, you are entering the garbage vortex! Salvaging the history of women’s participation in European literary culture, Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research, 25:4 (2017)
  • Roberston, E., ‘Can a Woman Rape a Man? Rape and the Erotic in Shakespeare’s Rape of Lucrece and Venus and Adonis’, in B. Mudge (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Erotic Literature. Cambridge University Press (2017)
  • Robertson, E., ‘Gender and Piers Plowman’ and ‘Mede overmaistrieth lawe: Gendered Personification and the Imaginative Power of the Feminine in Piers Plowman’, in T. Goodman (ed.), Modern Language Association’s Guide to Teaching Piers Plowman. Modern Language Association
  • Shepard, A. ‘Household Management, Makeshifts, and the Moral Authority of Married Women in Early Modern England’, in M.J. Braddick and P. Withington (eds), Popular Culture and Political Agency in Early Modern England and Ireland (Boydell and Brewer, 2017)
  • Shepard, A., ‘The Body, Gender and Sexuality’, in K. Wrightson (ed.), A Social History of England, c.1500-c.1750 (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
  • Shepard, A., ‘Provision, Household Management and the Moral Authority of Wives and Mothers in Early Modern England’, in M. J. Braddick and P. Withington (eds), Popular Culture and Political Agency in Early Modern England and Ireland (Boydell & Brewer, 2017)
  • Shepard, A. ‘Gender, the Body and Sexuality’, in K. Wrightson (ed.), A Social History of England, 1500-1750 (Cambridge University Press, 2017)
  • Shepard, A. ‘The Pleasures and Pains of Breastfeeding in England, c.1600 to c.1800’, in M. J. Braddick and J. Innes (eds), Suffering and Happiness in England 1550-1850 (Oxford University Press, 2017)
  • Shepard, A., Accounting for Oneself: Worth, Status and the Social Order in Early Modern England (Oxford University Press, 2015)
  • Shepard, A., ‘Crediting Women in the Early Modern English Economy’, History Workshop Journal, 79:1 (2015), pp. 1-24
  • Shepard, A., ‘Minding their Own Business: Married Women and Credit in Early Eighteenth-Century London’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 25 (2015), pp. 53-74
  • Spaeth, D., ‘Words and deeds : gender and the language of abuse in Elizabethan Norfolk’, History Workshop Journal, 78 (2014)

  • Tejerizo, M., ‘A Life between Music and the Gulag: The Enigma of Caroline Codina’, Europe Now, 5 (2017)
  • Turbine, V., ‘Russia: Decimation of Women’s Human Rights in the Context of Global Misogyny’, New Eastern Europe (2017)
  • Wieber, S., ‘Martha Vogeler and the Worpswede Artists’ Colony, 1894-1905’, in B.U. Münch, A. Tacke, M. Herzong and S. Heudecker (eds), Künstlerinnen: Neue Perspektiven auf ein Forschungsfeld der Vormoderne (Michael Imhof Verlag 2017)