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Response to Review of ‘Guilty Women’, Foreign Policy, and Appeasement in Inter-War Britain

It is very satisfying to be able to respond to such an incisive review of ‘Guilty Women’ by a scholar who has himself made provocatively original incursions into the field by interrogating politicians’ receptiveness and understanding of public opinion in the appeasement debates of the late 1930s. When I first embarked on this project, IContinue reading “Response to Review of ‘Guilty Women’, Foreign Policy, and Appeasement in Inter-War Britain”

Response to Review of The Aftermath of Suffrage: Women, Gender, and Politics in Britain, 1918-1945

We are grateful for Dr. Goskar’s generous and thoughtful review of The Aftermath of Suffrage as it invites us to think more deeply about the status and scope of women’s history at present. In our collaborative work on this volume, we were forcefully reminded of the persistent barriers between historical fields and approaches, and the difficulty ofContinue reading “Response to Review of The Aftermath of Suffrage: Women, Gender, and Politics in Britain, 1918-1945”