History Workshop Journal

Since its launch in 1976, History Workshop Journal has become one of the world's leading historical journals. Its cutting-edge scholarship, accessible writing, and lively engagement with contemporary concerns continues to win it widespread acclaim from both academic and general audiences.

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Volume 80 (1)

Covered Women? Veiling in Early Modern Europe
Burghartz, S., vol. 80 (1): 1-32
What Mary Toft Felt: Women's Voices, Pain, Power and the Body
Harvey, K., vol. 80 (1): 33-51
The Spectacle of Security: Lock-Picking Competitions and the Security Industry in mid-Victorian Britain
Churchill, D., vol. 80 (1): 52-74
Children's Writing and the Popular Press in England 1876-1914
Pooley, S., vol. 80 (1): 75-98
Maleficent Witchcraft in Britain since 1900
Waters, T., vol. 80 (1): 99-122
Indochina, 'Greater France' and the 1931 Colonial Exhibition in Paris: Angkor Wat in Blue, White and Red
Deyasi, M. R., vol. 80 (1): 123-141
Guilty Secrets: Deceit, Denial, and the Discovery of Kenya's 'Migrated Archive'
Anderson, D. M., vol. 80 (1): 142-160
The Disappearance of Sophia Frances Hickman, M.D.
Brock, C., vol. 80 (1): 161-182
Murder, Mental Illness, and the Question of Nursing 'Character' in Early Twentieth Century England
Grey, D. J. R., vol. 80 (1): 183-200
Writing Disaster: a Chinese Earthquake and the Pitfalls of Historical Investigation
Fuller, P., vol. 80 (1): 201-217
Engaging People in Making History: Impact, Public Engagement and the World Beyond the Campus
King, L., Rivett, G., vol. 80 (1): 218-233
Sedimented Histories: Connections, Collaborations and Co-production in Regional History
Lloyd, S., Moore, J., vol. 80 (1): 234-248
Roads, Runaways and Recollections
Sternhell, Y. A., vol. 80 (1): 249-257
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Urban Regeneration and Community Survival in Postwar Japan
Siegenthaler, P., vol. 80 (1): 259-268
Sister, Brother, Other, Same
Spang, R. L., vol. 80 (1): 268-277
Empire and Anthropology in France
Mandler, P., vol. 80 (1): 277-283
The End of a Local Nation?
Glover, D., vol. 80 (1): 283-291
Feminism and Secularization
Dixon, J., vol. 80 (1): 291-296
Telling Stories about Class
Kirk, N., vol. 80 (1): 296-301