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Jeenah, Na'eem, 'The national liberation struggle and Islamic feminisms in South Africa', Women's Studies International Forum 29 (2006) 1, 27-41 [1980s-1990s.]

Jenkins, Laura Dudley, 'Competing inequalities: the struggle over reserved legislative seats for women in India', International Review of Social History 44 (1999) sup 7, 53-75 [Complicating categories: gender, class, race and ethnicity]

Kesby, Mike, 'Arenas for control, terrains of gender contestation: guerilla struggle and counter-insurgency warfare in Zimbabwe, 1972-1980', Journal of Southern African Studies 22 (1996) 4, 561-584

Kirkpatrick, Susan, '[Review article]', Signs 19 (1993) 1, 288-292 [M.E. Perry, Gender and disorder in early modern Spain (Princeton, N.J. 1990); M.A. Ackelsberg, Free women of Spain: anarchism and the struggle for the emancipation of women (Bloomington 1991); Joan L. Brown (ed.), Women writers of contemporary Spain: exiles in the homeland (Newark/London/Toronto 1991)]

Legassick, Martin, 'The will of Abraham and Elizabeth September: the struggle for land in Gordonia, 1898-1995', Journal of African History 37 (1996) 3, 371-418

Manthorpe, Catherine, 'Science or domestic science? The struggle to define an appropriate science education for girls in early twentieth-century England', History of Education 15 (1986) 3, 195-213

Marie, Alain, 'Individualization strategies among city dwellers in contemporary Africa: balancing the shortcomings of community solidarity and the individualism of the struggle for survival', International Review of Social History (2000) sup 8, 137-157 [Household strategies for survival 1600-2000: fission, faction and cooperation.]

McClendon, Thomas V., 'Tradition and domestic struggle in the courtroom: customary law and the control of women in segregation-era Natal', International Journal of African Historical Studies 28 (1995) 3, 527-562

Mondry, Henrietta, 'With short cropped hair : Gleb Uspensky's struggle against biological gender determinism', Russian Review 63 (2004) 3, 479-492 [Narodnik Gleb I. Uspensky, 1843-1902.]

Nadasen, Premilla, 'Expanding the boundaries of the women's movement: black feminism and the struggle for welfare rights', Feminist Studies 28 (2002) 2, 271-301 [USA, 1960s-1970s.]

Ofer, Inbal, 'Am I that body? Sección femenina de la FET and the struggle for the institution of physical education and competitive sports for women in Franco's Spain', Journal of Social History 39 (2006) 4, 989-1010

Onayemi, Folake, 'Finding a place: women's struggle for political authority in Classical and Nigerian societies', Women's History Review 16 (2007) 3, 297-309 [Women, wealth and power.]

O'Neill, Colleen, 'Domesticity deployed: gender, race and the construction of class struggle in the Bisbee deportation', Labor History 34 (1993) 2-3, 256-273 [Bisbee, Arizona, 1917]

Qvist, Gunnar, 'Policy towards women and the women's struggle in Sweden', Scandinavian Journal of History 5 (1980) 1, 51-74

Ralinala, Rendani M., 'Countering municipal monopoly in Mamelodi: an economic struggle, 1953-1961', South African Historical Journal 46 (2002), 203-218

Robertson, Clarice, 'Traders and urban struggle: Ideology and the creation of a militant female underclass in Nairobi, 1960-1990', Journal of Women's History 4 (1992) 3, 9-42 [Kenya]

Rochefort, Florence, 'The abolitionist struggle of pastor Tommy Fallot: between social Christianity, feminism and secularism (1882-1893)', Women's History Review 17 (2008) 2, 179-184

Rozmovits, Linda, 'New Woman meets Shakespeare Woman: the struggle over the figure of Portia in England in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries', Women's History Review 4 (1995) 4, 441-463

Samara, Eni de Mesquita, 'Feminism, social justice and citizenship in Latin-America', Journal of Women's History 6 (1994) 2, 135-143 [Review article about J.E. Hahner, Emancipating the female sex, the struggle for women's rights in Brazil, 1850-1940 (Durham 1990); F. Miller, Latin American women and the search for social justice (Hanover 1991); K.L. Stoner, From the house to the streets: the Cuban women's movement for legal reform, 1898-1940 (Durham 1991)]

Sanders, James E., '"A mob of women" confront post-colonial Republican politics: how class, race, and partisan ideology affected gendered political space in nineteenth-century Southwestern Colombia', Journal of Women's History 20 (2008) 1, 63-89 [Women and the politics of struggle.]



 
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