The article examines three scholarly journals that focus on women's history. These journals are the "Journal of Social History," the "History Workshop Journal" and the "Journal of Australian Studies." The "History Workshop Journal" published a wide range of cultural and social history with a focus on Great Britain's history including film as history, history of emotions, empire and postcolonial history and women's history. On the other hand, the "Journal of Social History" is devoted to publishing cultural history.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|