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Research Publications

 

Major publications only. All are single authored, unless indicated.

2014 Vanishing for the Vote: suffrage, citizenship and the battle for the census, Manchester University Press (January, forthcoming).
2013 ‘Fawcett Saga: remembering the Women’s Library across four decades’, History Workshop Journal, issue 75 (and accessible online).
2011 '"Women do not count, neither shall they be counted": Suffrage, Citizenship and the Battle for the 1911 Census', History Workshop Journal, issue 71 (with Elizabeth Crawford), pp 98-127.
2011 'Britain in the Balkans: the response of the Scottish Women's Hospital Units', in Aftermaths of War: Women's Movements and Female Activists, 1918-1923, Brill, Leiden, Netherlands.
2011 'O que é história pública?' in Introdução à História Pública, Letra e Voz, Brazil.
2007: ‘Was the suffrage campaign truly international? Votes for Women in Edwardian England 1903-14’,  in The International Dimensions of Women’s Movements 1830-1960, University of Bremen (editors) , Berlin.
2006:   Rebel Girls: their fight for the vote, Virago Press, pp 402 & 50 illus.
2005:  ‘Era of Commemoration: celebrating the suffrage centenary, History Workshop Journal, 59, pp 194-218.
2004: 'Selina Cooper (1864-1946), suffragist and socialist', in New Dictionary of National Biogra­phy, Oxford University Press.
2002: ‘What is Public History? Publics and their Pasts, Meanings and Practices’, Oral History, 30:1, pp 83-93.
2001: ‘History, feminism and gender studies’, in S Roseneil (ed), Feminist Scholarship: within/across/between/ beyond the disciplines, Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, CIGS e-paper, paper 7.
2001:  ‘Anne Lister and Emily Bronte 1838-39: landscape with figures’, Bronte Society Transactions, 26:1, pp 46-67. 
2000: ‘Women’s Suffrage Twenty-one Years On’, in One Hand Tied Behind Us: the rise of the women's suffrage movement, new edition, Rivers Oram Press, pp xii-xxiv.
1998:  ‘A New Suffrage History?’ Labour History Review, 63:1, pp 105-9.
1998: Female Fortune: land, gender and author­ity: Anne Lister’s diaries and other writings 1833-36, pp 304, London & New York, Rivers Oram Press.
1997:  Anne Lister Research Directory, coeditor (with Calderdale Museum Service & West Yorkshire Archives), Calderdale Leisure Services.
1996: 'Gender, Authority and Mining in an Industrial Land­scape: Anne Lister 1791-1840', History Workshop Journal, vol 42, pp 59-86.
1995: 'Beating the Inheritance Bounds: Anne Lister (1791- 1840) & her dynastic identity', Gender and History, vol 7:2, pp 260-274.  
1994: Presenting the Past: Anne Lister of Halifax 1791-1840, Pennine Pens.
1993: 'Anne Lister of Shibden Hall, Halifax, 1791-1840: re-reading the correspondence', Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society, vol 1, pp 62-78. 
1993: 'Anne Lister of Shibden Hall, Halifax (1791-1840): her Diaries and the Historians', History Workshop Jour­nal, vol 35, pp 45-77.
1989: The Long Road to Greenham: Feminism & Anti-Militarism in Britain since 1820, pp 341, London, Virago Press.  (Winner of the Fawcett Book Prize, 1990. Republished as The Road to Greenham Common: Feminism & Anti-militarism in Britain since 1820, American edition, Syracuse University Press, 1991. 

1989: Joint Editorial: ‘Why Gender & History?' Gender & History, vol 1, pp 1-6.
1985: Queensbury: Our Memories, Our History, (editor) Pio­neer Work Publications, no 4, Leeds University.
1984: Saltaire: Our Memories, Our History, (editor) Pioneer Work Publications, no 1, Leeds University.
1984: The Life & Times of a Respectable Rebel: Selina Cooper 1864-1946, pp 536, Virago Press.
1983:  'The Women's Peace Crusade', in D Thompson (editor), Over Our Dead Bodies, pp 180-98, London, Virago Press, 1983
1982: Gold Under the Hammer: Passive Resistance in Cornholme 1902-1914, (editor) Cornholme: Write Your Own History, WEA class.
1978: One Hand Tied Behind Us: the rise of the women's suffrage movement, pp 304, Virago Press (with Jill Norris).  Reissued 1979, 1984, 1985, 1993, 1994; twenty-first anniversary edition, Rivers Oram Press, 2000.
1977: 'Rediscovering Suffrage History', History Workshop Journal, vol 4, pp 192-202.
1977: 'Working-class Women in the North West', Oral History Journal, vol 5, pp 31-45.
1975: ‘Who was Annie Kenney?’  Spare Rib.
1975: ‘Women’s Studies:  success or failure?’, Spare Rib.
1975: ‘Why Women’s History?’, joint conference paper.