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  • Community Mothers or Impromptu Actresses? The Multifaceted Experience of Women in the New York Police Department (1900-1941)

    Philippe, Yann (2011)
    In the first half of the twentieth century, women police played a small yet active role in the New York Police Department. This article does not intend to narrate the growing presence of policewomen in the department but to examine their professional roles, identities, activities and experiences. It emphasizes the diversity of their tasks and social background, taking especially into account the division between former police matrons and social workers. Given this diversity, the category of g...

    Alleviating the ‘Miserable Condition’: Fitzjames Stephen and the Development of Modern Abortion Law

    Gleeson, Kate (2016)
    Contemporary English abortion law is now typically thought to be a development of the twentieth century, and little academic attention has been paid to its development before the 1938 case of R v Bourne or the Abortion Act 1967. Sir James Fitzjames Stephen’s nineteenth century perspectives on pregnancy, abortion and the doctrine of necessity informing the basis of contemporary governance of abortion, child destruction, and infanticide as distinct from homicide, are often overlooked. Stephen u...

    A Point of Justice – Granted or Fought For? Women’s Suffrage Campaigns in Plymouth and the West Country

    Rowbotham, Judith; Stevenson, Kim (2016)
    The release of the film Suffragette in October 2015, surprisingly the first major feature film on the women’s suffrage movement, has raised public consciousness about the issue of women’s rights and the role of the suffragettes in demanding votes for women with their call to arms of ‘deeds, not words’. But decades before the Women’s Social and Political Union was created in 1903 campaigners across the country had begun the struggle for emancipation for women. We argue that the film therefore ...
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