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News of the Southern Association of Women Historians (SAWH)

The Southern Association for Women Historians (SAWH) was founded in 1970. The organization's purposes are (1) to advance the status of women in the historical profession in the South; (2) to provide communication among women historians regarding issues of professional concern; (3) to stimulate interest in the study of southern history and women’s history; and (4) to publicize and promote issues of concern to the SAWH membership. SAWH's next triennial conference will be held in June 2009. For membership information, contact Megan Taylor Shockley at mshockl@clemson.edu. http://www.h-net.org/~sawh/


News of the Western Association of Women Historians (WAWH)

The Western Association of Women Historians (WAWH) had 160 people attend their 38th Annual Conference which was held on a beautiful San Diego hilltop at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of San Diego. The organization presented its annual awards and prizes. Congratulations to Lauren Kientz, Founders’ Dissertation Fellowship winner ($1000); Carolyn Herbst Lewis, Judith Lee Ridge Prize winner ($400); Christine Bard, Barbara “Penny” Kanner Prize winner ($500); and Linda Nash, Frances Richardson Keller-Sierra Prize winner ($800). Outgoing President Nupur Chaudhuri announced the endowment of the remaining two WAWH awards. All four awards are now endowed and two of the prizes amounts were increased. The 2008 WAWH conference will be May 15-18, 2008, at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada. Information about the conference and the organization can be found on the newly designed WAWH website, http://www.wawh.org.


News of the Women Historians of Greater Cleveland (WHGC)

As a former president of WHGC, Women Historians of Greater Cleveland, it is with sadness that I alert you to the fact that we made the decision to formally disband in May of 2006 after a 35 year run.  The organizational papers were donated to Cleveland State University Archives and the remainder of our funds were given away.

Beth DiNatale Johnson

Ursuline College

Pepper Pike, Ohio    




Supplement no. 15: Bibliography of Edited Collections of Scholarly Articles in Women’s History and Theme Issues on Women’s History in Scholarly Journals since 1970.

January 2007 - May 2007. Compiled by Karen Offen


This supplement includes a number of earlier volumes that escaped the net. Please note that the list is alphabetical, not divided by geographical categories.


Please send entries for no. 16 to


Afsarudden, Asma. 1999. Hermeneutics and Honor: Negotiating Female “public” Space in Islamic/ate Societies. Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs, 32. Distributed by Harvard University Press.

Ankarloo, Bengt, & Gustav Henningsen, eds. 1990. Early Modern European Witchcraft: Centres and Peripheries. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Ariadne: Almanach des Archivs der deutschen Frauenbewegung

no. 37-38 (2000): Das Zwanzigste Jahrhundert: Frauenrechte – Gleichheit – Selbstbestimmung.

Ashton, Owen, Robert Fyson, & Stephen Roberts, eds. 1995. The Duty of Discontent: Essays for Dorothy Thompson. London & New York: Mansell.

Bard, Christine, & Janine Mossuz-Lavau, eds. 2007. Le Planning familial: Histoire et mémoire 1956-2006. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

Bauer, Ingrid, Christa Hämmerle, & Gabriella Hauch, eds. 2005. Liebe und Widerstand: Ambivalenzen historischer Geschlechter beziehungen. L’Homme: Schriften, vol. 10. Vienna: Böhlau Verlag.

Bilski, Emily D., & Emily Braun, eds. 2005. Jewish Women and Their Salons: The Power of Conversation. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Bock, Gisela, ed. 1992. Special issue: “Lebenswege von Frauen im Ancien Régime.” Geschichte und Gesellschaft 18:3 (1992).

Bödeker, Hans Erich, & Liselotte Steinbrugge, eds. 2001. Conceptualising Women in Enlightenment Thought / Conceptualiser la femme au siècle des lumières. Berlin: Arno Spitz.

Boris, Eileen, ed. 2006. The New Women’s Labor History. Special issue of Labor, 3:3 (2006), published separately by Duke University Press.

Broude, Norma, & Mary D. Garrard, eds. 2005. Reclaiming Female Agency: Feminist Art History after Postmodernism. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Bynum, Caroline Walker, Steven Harrell, & Paula Richman, eds. 1986. Gender and Religion: On the Complexity of Symbols. Boston: Beacon Press.

Capel Martinez, Rosa María, ed. 2007. Historia de una conquista; Clara Campoamor y el voto femenino. Madrid: Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Dirección General de Igualdad de Oportunidades.

CLIO: Histoire, Femmes et Sociétés:

No. 25 (2007): “Musiciennes,” ed. Agnès Fine, with Mathilde Dubesset.

Counihan, Carole. M., & Steven L. Kaplan, eds. 1998. Food and Gender: Identity and Power. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers.

Cova, Anne, ed. 2006. Comparative Women’s History: New Approaches. Boulder: Social Science Monographs, distrib. by Columbia University Press.

Craciun, Adriana, & Kari E. Lokke, eds. 2001. Rebellious Hearts: British Women Writers and the French Revolution. Albany NY: SUNY Press.

Eldridge, Larry D., ed. 1997. Women and Freedom in Early America. New York: New York University Press.

Feldman, Paula R., & Theresa M. Kelley, eds. 1995. Romantic Women Writers: Voices and Countevoices. Hanover: University of New England Press.

Fijalkow, Jacques, ed. 2004. Les Femmes dans les années quarante: Juives et non-Juives, souffrances et résistance: Deuxième colloque de Lacaune. Paris: Les Editions de Paris/Max Chaleil.

Fiume, Giovanna, ed. 2007. Donne Diritti Democrazia. Rome: XL Edizioni Sas

Fradenberg, Louise Olga, ed. 1992/1993. Women and Sovereignty. Vol. 7 of Cosmos: The Yearbook of the Traditional Cosmology Society. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1992; New York: Columbia University Press, 1993.

Fraser, Walter J., Jr., R. Frank Sauders, Jr., & Jon L. Wakelyn, eds. 1985. The Web of Southern Social Relations: Women, Family, and Education. Athens GA: University of Georgia Press.

Frauen und Geschichte Baden-Würtemberg, eds. 1995. Geschlecht-Macht-Arbeit: Katagorien in der historischer Frauenforschung. Tübingen: Silberburg.

Gaspar, David Berry, & Darlene Clark Hine, eds. 1996. More Than Chattel: Black Women and Slavery in the Americas. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Gehmacher, Johanna, & Maria Mesner, eds. 2003. Frauen-und Geschlechtergeschichte: Positionen / Perspektiven. Querschnitte, Bd. 14. Innsbruck: StudienVerlag.

Gier, Jaclyn J., & Laurie Mercier, eds. 2006. Mining Women: Gender in the Development of a Global Industry, 1670 to 2005. New York & Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Goscilo, Helena, & Andrea Lanoux, eds. 2006. Gender and National Identity in Twentieth-Century Russian Culture. De Kalb: Northern Illinois University Press.

Grandner, Margarete, & Edith Saurer, eds. 2005. Religion, Geschlecht und Engagement: Die jüdischen Frauenbewegungen im deutschsprachigen Raum. L’Homme: Schriften, vol. 9. Vienna: Böhlau Verlag.

Hämmerle, Christa, & Edith Saurer, eds. 2003. Briefkulturen und ihr Geschlecht: Zur Geschichte der privaten Korrespondenz vom 16. Japrhundert bis heute. L’Homme: Schriften, vol. 7. Vienna: Böhlau Verlag.

Hausen, Karin, & Heidi Wunder, eds. 1992. Frauengeschichte – Geschlechter geschichte. Frankfurt/Main & New York: Campus Verlag.

Hodgson, Dorothy L., & Sheryl A. McCurdy, eds. 2001. “Wicked “ Women and the Reconfiguration of Gender in Africa. Portsmouth NH: Heinemann.

Honegger, Claudia, Caroline Arhi, Joan Wallach Scott, eds. 2001. Gender, die Tücken einer Kategorie: Joan W. Scott, Geschichte und Politik. Beiträge zum Symposium anlässlich der Verleihung des Haus-Sigrist-Preises 1999 der Universität Bern an Joan W. Scott. Zurich: Chronos.

Huber, Mary Taylor, & Nancy C. Lutkehaus, eds. 1999. Gendered Missions: Women and Men in Missionary Discourse and Practice. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Hune, Shirley, & Gail M. Nomura, eds. 2003. Asian/Pacific Islander American Women: A Historical Anthology. New York: New York University Press.

Iles, Teresa, ed. 1992. All Sides of the Subject: Women and Biography. New York: Teachers’ College Press.

Johansen, Hanne Marie, & Maria Agren, eds. Special issue: “Widowhood in Scandinavia,” Scandinavian Journal of History, 29:3-4 (2004).

Kleinau, Elke, Katrin Schmersahl, Dorion Weickmann, eds. 1995. “Denken heisst Grenzen uberschreiten:” Beitrage aus der sozialhistorischen Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung. Eine Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Marie-Elisabeth Hilger. Hamburg: von Bockel Verlag.

Ko, Dorothy, & Wang Zheng. 2006. Special issue: “Translating Feminisms in China,” Gender & History, 18:3 (Nov. 2006).

Kocka, Jürgen, ed. 1992. Special issue: “Klasse und Geschlecht,” Geschichte und Gesellschaft, 18:2 (1992).

Lemire, Beverly, Ruth Pearson, & Gail Campbell, eds. Women and Credit: Researching the Past, Refiguring the Future. Oxford & New York: Berg Publishers.

Levine, Philippa, ed. 2004. Gender and Empire. New York: Oxford University Press.

Leydesdorff, Selma, Luisa Passerini, & Paul Thompson, eds. 1996. Gender and Memory. International Yearbook of Oral History and Life Stories, vol. 4. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Maccubbin, Robert Purks, ed. 1987. “Tis Nature’s Fault”: Unauthorized Sexuality during the Enlightenment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Malaissge, Marie-Thérèse de. 1991. Femmes en Mission: Actes de la Xe session du CREDIC à Saint-Flour (avril 1990). Lyon: Editions Lyonnaises d’art et d’histoire.

Meek, Christine, ed. 2000. Women in Renaissance and Early Modern Europe. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Mitchell, Stephanie E., & Patience A. Schell, eds. 2006. The Women’s Revolution in Mexico, 1910-1953. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.

Murphy, Joseph M., & Mei-Mei Sanford, eds. 2001. Osun Across the Waters: A Yoruba Goddess in Africa and the Americas. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Nativel, Colette, ed. 1999. Femmes savantes, savoirs de femmes. Geneva: Droz.

Pagliano, Graziella, ed. 2003. Presenze femminili nel novecento italiano. Naples: Ligouri Editore.

Paravisini-Gebert, Lizabeth, & Ivette Romero-Cesareo, eds. 2001. Women at Sea: Travel Writing and the Margins of Caribbean Discourse. London : Palgrave.

Passerini, Luisa, et al. 2007. Women Migrants from East to West: Gender, Mobility and Belonging in Contemporary Europe. New York: Berghahn.

Pomerly, Jordana, Rosalind P. Blakesley, Vladimir Yu. Matveyev, & Elisaveta P. Renne, eds. 2003. An Imperial Collection: Women Artists from the State Hermitage Museum. London: Merrell/National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Rosslyn, Wendy, ed. 2002. Women and Gender in Eighteenth Century Russia. London: Ashgate.

Rousseau, Constance M., & Joel T. Rosenthal, eds. 1998. Women, Marriage, and Family in Medieval Christendom: Essays in Memory of Michael M. Sheehan, C.S.B. Studies in Medieval Culture, 37. Kalamazoo: The Medieval Institute/Western Michigan University.

Russell, Letty M., ed. 1985. Feminist Interpretation of the Bible. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.

Saurer, Edith, ed. 1995. Die Religion der Geschlechter. L’Homme: Schriften, vol. 1. Vienna: Böhlau Verlag.

Saurer, Edith, et al. 2006. Women’s Movements: Networks and Debates in Post-Communist Countries in the 19th and 20th Centuries. L’Homme: Schriften, vol. 13. Vienna: Böhlau Verlag.

Scarpaci, Jean, ed. 1978. Special issue: “Immigrant Women and the City.” Journal of Urban History 4:3 (May 1978).

Schofield, Mary Anne, & Cecelia Macheski, eds. 1991. Curtain Calls: British and American Women and the Theater, 1660-1820. Athens: Ohio University Press.

Sklar, Kathryn Kish, & Thomas Dublin, eds. 2002. Women and Power in American History. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River NJ: Pearson Education Inc.

Sklar, Kathryn Kish, & James Brewer Stewart, eds. 2007. Women’s Rights and Transatlantic Antislavery in the Era of Emancipation. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Smarr, Janet Levarie, & Daria Valentini, eds. 2003. Italian women and the City. London & Cranbury: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press/Associated Presses.

Stichter, Sharon, & Jane L. Parpart, eds. 1990. Women, Employment and the Family in the International Division of Labor. London: Macmillan.

Swanson, R[obert]. N.,ed. 1998. Special issue: “Gender and Christian Religion: Papers Read at the 1996 Summer Meeting and the 1997 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society.” Studies in Church History, vol. 34 [annual]. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer Ltd.

Thalmann, Rita, ed. 1990. Entre émancipation et nationalisme: La presse féminine d’Europe 1914-1945. Paris: Deuxtemps Tierce.

Taylor, Jean Gelman, ed. 1997. Women Creating Indonesia: The First Fifty Years. Clayton: Monash Asia Institute.

Van de Walle, Etienne, & Elisha P. Renne, eds. 2001. Regulating Menstruation: Beliefs, Practices, Interpretations. Chicago: Universitys of Chicago Press.

Van Dijk, Suzan, Lia van Gememert, & Sheila Ottway, eds. 2001. Writing the History of Women’s Writing: Toward an International Approach. Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Van Dijk, Suzan, et al. 2004. “I have heard about you”: Foreign women’s writing crossing the Dutch Border: From Sappho to Selma Lagerlöf. Hilversum: Verloren.

Vickery, Amanda, ed. 2001. Women, Privilege, and Power: British Politics 1750 to the Present. Stanford. Stanford University Press.

Wecker, Regine, & Brigitte Schnegg, eds. 1984. “Femmes: Contributions à l’histoire du travail et des conditions de vie des femmes en Suisse.” Special issue, Revue suisse d’histoire /Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Geschichte, 34:3 (1984).

Whelan, Bernadette, ed. 2000. Women and Paid Work in Ireland, 1500-1930. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Wilson-Chevalier, Kathleen, & Eliane Viennot, eds. 1999. Royaume de fémynie: Pouvoirs, contraintes, espaces de liberté des femmes de la Renaissance à la Fronde. Paris: H. Champion.

Wingfield, Nancy M. & Maria Bucur, eds. 2006. Gender & War in Twentieth-Century Eastern Europe. Bloomington: Indiana UP.


Women’s Writing (special issues) [published in the UK]

1:2 (1994): “Gothic Writing,” guest editor Robert Miles

2:2 (1995): “Women and Science,” guest editor Ann B. Shteir

3:2 (1996): “Gender, Genre and George Eliot,” guest editors Mark Turner & Caroline Levine

3:3 (1996): “Women’s Writing at the Fin de Siècle,” guest editor Sally Ledger

4:2 (1997): “Mary Wollstonecraft: A Bicentennial,” eds. Janet Todd & Marie Mulvey-Roberts

4:3 (1997): “Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle, 1623-1673,” guest editor Emma L. E. Rees

5:1 (1998): “Jane Austen,” guest editor Mary Waldron

5:2 (1998): “Australian Women’s Writing,” guest editor Helen Thomson

6:1 (1999): “Women Dramatists of the Early Modern Period,” guest editor Marion Wynne-Davies

6:2 (1999): “Margaret Oliphant,” guest editors Elisabeth Jay & Francis O’Gorman

6:3 (1999): “Mary Shelley,” eds. Marie Mulvey-Roberts & Janet Todd

7:1 (2000): “The Romantic Period,” guest editor Caroline Franklin

7:3 (2000): “Augustan Women,” guest editor Sarah Prescott

8:2 (2001): “The Body and Women,” guest editors Carol Banks & Anne Kelley

8:3 (2001): “Women’s Colonial and Post-colonial Writing: Identity and Cultural Difference,” guest editors Anne Lear & Anne Collett

9:1 (2002): “Mary Robinson,” guest editor Jacqueline M. Labbe

9:2 (2002): “Dissenting Women, 1350-1800,” guest editor Claire Jowitt

9:3 (2002): “Harriet Martineau,” guest editors Valerie Sanders & Deborah Logan

10:2 (2003): “La bella Libertà: Women and the Flight to Italy,” guest editor Barbara Caine

10:3 (2003): “Scottish Women’s Writing,” guest editor Dorothy McMillan

11:1 (2004): “Reassessing Nineteenth-Century Popular Fiction by Women, 1825-1880,” guest editors Emma Liggins & Andrew Maunder

11:2 (2004): “Sex, Gender and the Female Body,” guest editor Julie Peakman

12:1 (2005): “Women Writing History,” guest editors Mark Llewellyn & Ann Heilmann


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