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Women's History Review

Anarchism and feminism: a historical survey

This article discusses a double paradox: first, that the anarchists, so proud of their genuine commitment to anti-authoritarian politics, were yet so blind to the…

Women's History Review

Emma Brooke: Fabian, feminist and writer

Largely overlooked in Fabian historiography and absent from major works of biographical reference, Emma Brooke (c1844-1926) was an early Fabian and successful novelist whose analysis…

Women's Writing

Felicia Hemans's Feminist Poetry Of The Mid 1820S

During the mid 1820s, Felicia Hemans became an ardent, if conflicted, feminist who wrote two long poems and several shorter ones in which she railed…

Oxford Review of Education

Feminist thinking on education in Victorian England

This article examines some of the conversations that took place between women’s rights advocates on the subject of female education. The relationship between Victorian feminism…

Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal

Frances Wright: The other woman of early American feminism

This paper focuses on Frances Wright, the first woman to lecture publicly in the U.S. to “promiscuous” audiences, those audiences composed of both sexes united…