To celebrate Women’s History Month and tie in with the IHR and KCL event on London’s women historians (http://www.history.ac.uk/events/event/7709), we have brought together a selection of articles by women historians published in the journal since 2000. The collection includes academics at various stages of their careers – from eminent professors to early career researchers – and highlights the range and depth of women’s research interests. Articles are free to read throughout 2017.
Tenure and property in medieval England. Susan Reynolds
Episcopal emotions: tears in the life of the medieval bishop. Katherine Harvey
Talk, script and print: the making of island books in early modern Venice. Anastasia Stouraiti
Creole languages and their uses: the example of colonial Suriname. Natalie Zemon Davis
Language and empire, c.1800. Emma Rothschild